Too often we believe what the majority says and hold that to be the absolute truth. A good example of that is the recent events involving Colin Kaepernick. He first kneeled as a protest to racial inequality during the national anthem on September 1, 2016 and when asked why he said “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.” I’m not sure he knew what all was going to happen next. Long story short people were upset to say the least, and at surface value maybe they have a point. But I think that's where the issue lies. Too many people look at it at face value. So many people wanted to hate him because of the way he was going about it was somewhat controversial. I even didn't like him and even though I don't agree with all that he has said, I think he has intentions in the right place after doing a lot of research into all that he has said. So that's why I used him as an example to encourage people to do their own research on topics and make up your own opinion. If we let the media with all the availability that exists today be the sources of absolute truth and always believe what they say we are never going to be able to have productive conversation. If we only listen to one side and don’t do any looking into the other than we are not achieving anything in conversation. So with this project I wanted to encourage people to think for their own.