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Incarcerated mothers & the children of incarcerated mothers create  public murals in dialogue designed by & dedicated to one another.
Incarcerated mothers & the children of incarcerated mothers create public murals in dialogue designed by & dedicated to one another.
271 backers pledged $16,780 to help bring this project to life.

Thank You!!!

Dear Supporters of If Walls Could Talk,

Thanks to your generosity of resources, energy and networks, If Walls Could Talk reached its fundraising goal this morning!!! I cannot begin to express the gratitude I feel to this incredible community of backers and believers for making this project a reality. 

As we move now to specific programming and project details, I will continue to post updates on the project that you have all made happen. Any funds raised over the goal will go towards using even higher quality/longer lasting materials and will also allow us the option to scaffold a larger wall in East Harlem. I will also post information about the mural dedications and hope that perhaps you can join us for the dedication in East Harlem.

I am eternally grateful for your support and enthusiasm for this project. Now I cannot wait to get started! I wish you all a very happy and healthy 2012 and thank you so, so much for making this idea become a reality.

Love,

Katie Yamasaki

Comments

    1. Creator nina on January 19, 2012

      Congratulations! This is a very important project and I am glad to be a part of it in my own little way... Very exciting... lookiing forward.

    2. Creator Sara Varon on January 8, 2012

      You are amazing, Katie! What a brilliant project - I'm so glad it worked out!

    3. Creator aya kakeda on January 7, 2012

      yeeeey!!! congratulations Katie!

    4. Creator Lauren Williams on January 7, 2012

      Yay!! So excited to see this project come to fruition. Thank you, Katie.

    5. Creator L'Heureux and Aisha Lewis-McCoy on January 7, 2012

      Thank you for being an amazing muse, artist and activist. Can't wait to see what shall come!