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The company behind the nationwide pro-firearms event Gun Appreciation Day has plans for a new follow-up effort meant to target minorities: "What Would Django Do?"

Following Gun Appreciation Day -- a Jan. 19 event that called for supporters to rally for the right to bear arms -- president of the Republican consulting firm Political Media, Larry Ward, plans to launch "What Would Django Do?," a campaign targeting minorities in the gun debate, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Ward has partnered with Jonathan David Farley, principal of the "progressive" Warren Group, for the "What Would Django Do?" effort, which they hope to develop into a nonprofit charity.

“We’ll make sure we aren’t violating copyrights, and if we are, we’ll have to change the name," Ward told THR. "But Django is perfect for what we’re trying to do, which is to promote gun rights to minorities. We’ll tackle »

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