DON'T SHOOT PROJECT
A police officer is pointing a gun at you, you put your hands up and say, 'don't shoot'. What's your immediate thought? What would you say next?
Simply raising your hands in the air is a symbol of surrender, but unfortunately that is not enough. What if the phrase following, 'don't shoot', is your last chance, your last hope? What would you say? What would you ask?
The responses vary. Do you defend yourself with your education? Do you defend yourself with your gender? Social status? Your age? Your sexuality?