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Asian Stereotypes Redefined

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Shayla

West Boylston, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I make crafts for children that have cancer at Sherry's House. I also make crafts for the elderly people in my town through the Senior Center.
Why are you participating?: 

Want to make the world a better place.

Connor

South Pasadena, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My little cousin is clinically depressed due to a loss of a close family member. I would like to say that I've helped her through the process and put a smile on her face occasionally. I love my family and will do anything for them.

Quan

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have done many good deeds in my lifetime despite what others may say about me. I have provided shelter and a safe place where a few runaway young adults can be warm and fed. I have been a person that if she has 1.00 dollar, I will give you $.75 because you need it. I stop for people who car breaks down and offer rides to stranger when I see that they are struggling eventhough I know there may lie danger in that action. My good deed ultimately is that I have raised two wonderful kids who are smart,kind and beautiful. They will be a contributing member to society when they are ready and they will represent not just themselves but their proud mom and dad.

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