This beautiful photography project, Suffering the Silence, aims to make more visible the millions of Americans suffering from invisible illnesses:
The stigma surrounding chronic illness can leave people feeling misunderstood, alone, dismissed, and silenced. When someone doesn’t look visibly sick, one can often forget what their life is like behind the scenes. Eleven New Yorkers spoke out about life with chronic illness, breaking their silence and painting a living portrait of what it is like to live with chronic disease. We will no longer suffer in silence.
How might we use simple, participatory art projects like this to raise awareness about ME?