DC PROJECT TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE “WHY SECOND AMENDMENT ADVOCACY MATTERS” DURING SHOT SHOW 2022

The DC Project will hold a press conference during the Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show®), titled “Why Second Amendment Advocacy Matters” on Tuesday, January 18, from 11 am – 12 pm in the Venetian, Marcello Room 4401A. All media is invited to join the women of the DC Project as they share highlights from their… Continue reading DC PROJECT TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE “WHY SECOND AMENDMENT ADVOCACY MATTERS” DURING SHOT SHOW 2022

DC PROJECT ANNOUNCES 5 FEATURED SPEAKERS AT AMM-CON 2021

Women for Gun Rights The DC Project, a grassroots organization of women volunteers who span America and advocate for the Second Amendment by sharing their individual experiences as responsible gun owners and who are dedicated to education, not legislation, today announced that the 2021 Alternative Mass Media Conventions (AMM-CON) will feature five of their delegates… Continue reading DC PROJECT ANNOUNCES 5 FEATURED SPEAKERS AT AMM-CON 2021

DC PROJECT HELPS EDUCATE A THOUSAND WOMEN AT FREE SHOOTING EVENT

10th Annual Event Teaches Women to Shoot The DC Project, Women for Gun Rights, was recently on-hand at the well-attended 10th Annual Free Women’s Shooting Event held at Top Gun Shooting Sports and Recoil Firearms in Detroit, MI, presented by Rick Ector. DC Project representatives from all over the U.S. assisted in instructing a thousand women… Continue reading DC PROJECT HELPS EDUCATE A THOUSAND WOMEN AT FREE SHOOTING EVENT

DC PROJECT WOMEN TESTIFY IN U.S. SENATE & HOUSE

Women For Gun Rights Three women representing the DC Project have recently testified before U.S. Senate and House Judiciary subcommittees opposing proposed anti-gun legislation.  According to DC Project Founder, Dianna Muller, “We encourage our elected policymakers on the Hill to learn why the Second Amendment is crucial to the prevention of violence. This is how we foster bi-partisan collaboration. When… Continue reading DC PROJECT WOMEN TESTIFY IN U.S. SENATE & HOUSE

LEGISLATORS FIND ALLIES IN THE DC PROJECT

Twelve women representing the DC Project traveled from across the U.S. to meet with elected officials in Washington, D.C. last week. They brought their voices to defend the Second Amendment, made the case that gun rights are women’s rights, and pitched the group as a trusted resource to lawmakers. DC Project: Gun Rights Are Women’s Rights In… Continue reading LEGISLATORS FIND ALLIES IN THE DC PROJECT

DC PROJECT RESPONDS TO WHITE HOUSE ATTACK ON 2A

Dianna Muller Speaks Out In response to the Biden Administration’s anti-Second Amendment proclamations from the Rose Garden, the DC Project, Women for Gun Rights, has a strong response. “These new restrictions from the White House will not keep Americans safer.”  Representatives from the well-funded Moms Demand Action (Everytown for Gun Safety) were on scene at the… Continue reading DC PROJECT RESPONDS TO WHITE HOUSE ATTACK ON 2A

DC PROJECT FOUNDER HONORED WITH GUNDIE AWARD

Recognized for Commitment to Second Amendment UVALDE, TX – (February 3, 2021) – DC Project Founder Dianna Muller was honored at the 2021 Gundie Awards hosted by Forge Relations at the Ox Ranch in Uvalde, TX, on January 22, 2021. The first-ever Jerry Miculek Achievement Award was presented to Muller to recognize her integrity and commitment to the… Continue reading DC PROJECT FOUNDER HONORED WITH GUNDIE AWARD

DC PROJECT OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES TealFor2A

Campaign for Second Amendment Advocacy TULSA, OK – (November 23, 2020) – The #TealFor2A campaign is a collective movement spreading across America in support of the Second Amendment. The color teal represents a steadfast commitment to preserving the right to bear arms and reflects the shared mission of individuals and organizations fighting for gun rights. Spearheaded by… Continue reading DC PROJECT OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES TealFor2A

Women Gathered on Capitol Hill to Promote Gun Rights

WASHINGTON DC – The DC Project completed its annual trip to the nation’s Capitol this past week. More than 50 women and girls in 11 teams met with members of Congress over 4 days. This marks the third year for the women to meet with their legislators to reveal their stories and safeguard their Second… Continue reading Women Gathered on Capitol Hill to Promote Gun Rights