Support The "I'm Tired" Project

A Community project United Kingdom

Support The "I'm Tired" Project

The "I'm Tired" Project aims to highlight the micro-aggressions, assumptions and discriminations faced by everyday people.

They did it!


On 7th Mar 2016 we successfully raised

£65

with

5 backers

in

56 days


Project owner

The "I'm Tired" Project aims to highlight the micro-aggressions, assumptions and discriminations faced by the different people that make up our world; offering a social media platform to those who want to speak out. Bringing together the powerful forms of written word and photography, we want to spark debate and discussion as well as possibly educating along the way.

Photo credit: Ming Au

We've received a great deal of support and want to continue with our work with the project and expand. In February 2016, we will be artists-in-residence at The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in New York with our work being exhibited to the public. Additionally, we hope to host our own small exhibition by the end of the year and we are currently in talks to hold workshops in universities and schools in the UK.

Photo credit: Paula Akpan

We require funding in order to travel and finance our exhibitions and workshops; there are so many more people we'd like to reach and more we hope to do with the project which is unfortunately restricted by our lack of available funds. Therefore, as we step into a new year, we would love for anyone who has felt able to relate to the messages on the page to think about donating to our work and pledging as much as you're able to spare.

Photo credit: Harriet Evans

Find us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theimtiredproject/Twitter: https://twitter.com/imtiredprojectInstagram: @theimtiredproject

Read about us: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/haunting-images-reveal-how-exhausting-it-is-to-deal-with-discrimination-every-day_55c234eee4b0d9b28f05055d

http://www.buzzfeed.com/genamourbarrett/two-women-are-showing-how-damaging-stereotypes-can-be-with-t#.qulNlZ6Y6w

http://www.afropunk.com/profiles/blogs/feature-highlighting-microaggressions-and-stereotypes-the-i-m?xg_source=activity

Thank you!

Paula and Harriet x