By Jenn Jacques
On Wednesday morning, residents of West Hollywood awoke to a rainbow of messages adorning their streets.
Posted everywhere from the Pacific Design Center to The Abbey, and West Hollywood City Hall to the front of artist Chad Michael Morrisette’s house, where passers by also stopped to observe the 50 mannequins that covered the roof of his house with a sign that read “50 Dead People #GunControl”.
Morrisette, who was born and raised in Alaska, was in the news last month when he received an apology from one of the men who had tormented him in junior high.
“The entire football team bullied me,” he told Yahoo Parenting. “It wasn’t one guy, it was six or seven guys who would follow me in the hallways, harassing me, insulting me, threatening my life.”
Now 34-years-old and working as a brand consultant and visual designer in West Hollywood, Morrisette uses his creativity to stand up for others.
This call to arms is much more than symbolic; it is a very real reminder that citizens must be ever-vigilant and prepared to confront evil when it comes intent on violence, and the only real path to ensuring one’s own survival …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms