I printed on 8 of the red t-shirts last Monday. The message "DON'T SHOOT" was on my mind -even before I heard of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. This phrase, on the surface, is obviously referring to violence in our culture today. It also expresses my frustration with the media, and the polarity of opinions on gun ownership. Despite anti-violence demonstrations (that in Ferguson are becoming violent themselves), only a few legislative actions are addressing the issues of mental health, gun availability, and the rights of both owners and non-owners. Guns are a deeply rooted in American culture. How does gun violence imprint all of us?