Charles K. Smith, a geography instructor at San Antonio College in Texas, wore protective gear to class on Tuesday to protest the state’s new Campus Carry law.
Charles K. Smith, a geography instructor at San Antonio College in Texas, wore protective gear to class on Tuesday to protest the state’s new Campus Carry law. James “Hot Mustard” Velten Facebook
Charles K. Smith, a geography instructor at San Antonio College in Texas, wore protective gear to class on Tuesday to protest the state’s new Campus Carry law. James “Hot Mustard” Velten Facebook

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