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The Right to Speak, the Right to Read, the Right to Write

A project in Burlington, VT by Tim Brookes

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A piece of public sculpture that asserts the importance of traditional languages, written and spoken.
Backers: 250
Average Pledge Per Backer: $112

Funded: $28,123 of $26,000
Dates: Jan 22nd -> Feb 21st (31 days)
Project By: Tim Brookes
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You did it!

February 20th - via:
I'm not sure if you got a notification from Kickstarter, but your commitment and support and generosity have paid off, and we have met our goal. I wish the sculpture I plan to carve on your behalf were big enough to carve all your names on the back.... (Read More)

An amazing day

February 19th - via:
¬†Yesterday was astonishing. Sitting here in the frigid northern winter with ice jams building up in the rivers, it was as though elves had been let loose in the world and were running around whispering "Hey! Have you heard about the Endangered... (Read More)

Kindness in many forms

February 18th - via:
There's a tipping point in every Kickstarter campaign I've run where the anxiety is gradually replaced by the realization of how encouraging, supportive, generous and kind people have been, and continue to be. In the last 48 hours alone a mother has... (Read More)

One amazing day; five more needed!

February 16th - via:
I'm up before dawn--a common affliction during Kickstarters--to report that in the past 24 hours, you have pledged more than $2,500 to the campaign, an astonishing surge of commitment and generosity. Five more days like that, and we will meet our... (Read More)

On the knife's edge

February 13th - via:
You all continue to overwhelm me with your support and generosity. We're nearly at the halfway mark, thanks most recently to pledges by Drew Wendorf, Alexander Drechsel, Ruth Cohen, Aylin Wilbert, Scott Bjerke, Sarah Knoll, Eric Atkinson, Julie J.,... (Read More)

Forty percent!

February 7th - via:
Well! The campaign was frankly looking in trouble until a terrific flurry of activity has boosted us up to about 40% of the goal with 14 days to go. So huge thanks to Katherine Wharton, Kim Wilson, Neal Hamilton, Nina J, Peter Thew, Erinn, David... (Read More)

Catching back up, and a very unusual incentive

February 3rd - via:
Dear friends, backers and benefactors: To be honest, we slipped quite a long way behind the progress we need to make, but we are starting to catch back up, thanks to recent pledges by Ann Louise Santos, Jen & Jayne, Mark Rubel, Coleen Wagner,... (Read More)

One week in, and making headway

January 29th - via:
With the temperature outdoors being zero and the windchill being around -17 Fahrenheit, it's a good day to stay indoors, make apple crepes and post an update. I'd hoped to reach $5,000 by the end of the first week, but thanks most recently to Neil... (Read More)

Question for those of you in New Zealand and Australia

January 27th - via:
Are you receiving packages yet? I have half-a-dozen copies of Ulus all boxed up and addressed, just waiting for your countries to accept incoming packet mail. Please let me know as soon as the embargo is lifted! Thanks Tim  (Read More)

Making progress, and new rewards added

January 27th - via:
After another of those ghastly doldrums during which, as Keats wrote, my heart ached and a drowsy numbness pained my sense, the campaign rebounded well, thanks to Annemarie Schmidt, Rachel Ballantine, and Aleksandra. I can't deny I did a small dance... (Read More)

Start, and stop

January 24th - via:
This campaign got off to a flying start, with contributions from Michael and Liz, Donna Parrish, Katie Schmirler, August Quinn, The Creative Fund, Aimee Ansari, Alex S., Peggy Kimbell, Candace Uhlmeyer, Wannada, Evan Rattner, Jeremy Audet, John Pile... (Read More)

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