As we talked, he said something that pulled me back to Gerald's comments. "You know," he began quietly, "people think it's dangerous here, that we're dangerous. But, we're not. We're just like everyone else, just working through issues, just trying to get on with life. We're not dangerous." What if your life was regarded by most people as a dangerous life, a person to be avoided? Something to think about as we continue to dismantle stereotypes that plague our perspectives and continue to injure others.