Have you been following the Michael Brown case? Of course you have. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, it’s nearly impossible not to see something about it on television or social media. Many people are upset with the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict, but there are also those who have read the evidence and agree with the findings. Unfortunately, some have turned to violence and crime to express their frustration, which is not a constructive way to start a dialogue or bring about change. There is, however, a more creative (and safe) environment for you to defend your position, whether it is for or against the Grand Jury’s decision.