Microaggressions are the everyday slights towards members of a marginalized group. They are our day-to-day remarks, questions, or actions. They subtly tell our prejudices and stereotypes. They happen so casually and with no harm intended, but they leave their victims feeling uncomfortable or insulted. Mind the Microaggression asks you to be more mindful before you speak. It is a social awareness campaign that educates us on how to be considerate of the language we use around mental health, and gives a voice to those wondering if their fear, anger, and hurt are truly valid. The campaign asks for individual change. Its goals are twofold: to bring awareness to our daily language and to create a shared community.