‘I, Too, Am Harvard’ campaign highlights black students’ frustrations ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Carol Powell Harvard sophomore Kimiko Matsuda-Lawrence (pictured) interviewed students of color about their experiences. Carol Powell She interviewed more than 60 students for what ended up being the “I, Too, Am Harvard” project. Carol Powell As she pored over the transcribed interviews, Matsuda-Lawrence felt she had something valuable to share with a larger audience. Carol Powell Portraits of some of the students Matsuda-Lawrence spoke with are posted online on the “I, Too, Am Harvard” Tumblr page. Carol Powell With one exception, none of the students are identified by name. Carol Powell The campaign has drawn tens of thousands of viewers. Carol Powell On Friday, a play based upon the personal reflections of roughly 40 students of color will be staged on campus. Carol Powell With the production, the project’s creators hope to jump start an even wider discussion about racial stereotyping and racial assumptions at Harvard. Carol Powell “This is not an anti-Harvard campaign, it’s us raising our voices and trying to change Harvard for the better,” Matsuda-Lawrence said. Carol Powell Black student representation on campus has held steady over the past four years, fluctuating between 10.2 percent and 11.8 percent.