What is it?
The Empty Holster Protest is SCC's signature attention-getter. It's a peaceful demonstration that involves students wearing empty holsters to class, distributing literature, and holding debates or speaking events.
SCC members are protesting college polices and/or state laws that disarm law-abiding citizens who are legally permitted to carry a concealed firearm in hundreds of other locations in their respective states. Since criminals do not honor rules against firearms, these dangerous policies stack the odds against students and in favor of criminals. The empty holster is a token symbolizing that disarming all law-abiding citizens creates defense-free zone which are attractive targets to a for criminals.
The page has a few PDFs, at least one of which needs to be updated. It looks like they haven't had a protest for a while, so it mentions "This year, the protest will be held April 5-9, 2010." Oops.
Another has a few guidelines, one of which is "Under no circumstances should any protestor wear a holster onto the campus of any high school, junior high, middle school, or elementary school."
I found one case in which Tarrant County College in Fort Worth banned empty holster protests. The ACLU sued TCC. TCC lost.
It's an interesting idea.