Television can act as a mirror, reflecting who we are and validating our reality. However, television is also a window into the world…but for too many of us, it’s a window to a world in which we don’t exist.

We should all see and be seen.

That’s why The Box Scene Project is launching  “I See Me In…” — a fan-driven public awareness campaign about the importance of equal media representation.

Our stories deserve to be told, even if we have to tell them ourselves.

These are our reflection stories.

Tell yours.

  1. exsixtwosix reblogged this from catyuy
  2. hearteyesandhairgel reblogged this from mickeyrandy3
  3. itssaidlifesabeach reblogged this from theboxscene
  4. catyuy reblogged this from randomactsofdouchebaggery
  5. ghostcreature reblogged this from theboxscene
  6. alijay2882knowsklainearementtobe reblogged this from theboxscene
  7. theboxscene reblogged this from alltherattlesnakes
  8. istytehcrawk reblogged this from mickeyrandy3 and added:
    WOOT. I knew I was close but didn’t know if you’d asked each other first. [Obnoxious “FIRST!” comment here]
  9. isympathizewithlinus reblogged this from mickeyrandy3 and added:
    Misty was the pilot episode!
  10. brianwilly reblogged this from mickeyrandy3
  11. sleepdeprivedmind reblogged this from mickeyrandy3
  12. mickeyrandy3 reblogged this from istytehcrawk and added:
    Actually you where the first :)
  13. biblaine reblogged this from wake-up-kid
  14. lunaraindrop reblogged this from inkystars
  15. nearlylight reblogged this from inkystars
  16. organicshenannigans reblogged this from inkystars
  17. inkystars reblogged this from writergrrrl
  18. maxiwithwings reblogged this from theboxscene