I interviewed Crayle Vanest of Students for Concealed Carry about gun rights on campus. Check it out!
Here at Counter Cultured, we are inclined to give our fellow right-minded Millennials the spotlight if they are doing big things. Our movement grows when we have more passionate voices–not fewer voices. One Millennial worth profiling is Crayle Vanest, a 22-year-old Indiana University senior passionate about the Second Amendment. Crayle currently serves as the Midwest Regional Director of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus.
GH: Why and when did you become a passionate advocate for concealed carry on campus?
CV: I have been passionate about all forms of self-defense since I was 14 years old, and began advocating for campus carry when I was 18. I’ve always enjoyed my independence from a young age, even it was just walking to a friend’s house a few miles away, but even with hand-to-hand self-defense knowledge, I was always aware that some people out there were just faster and stronger than me.