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Feminist Stereotypes Redefined

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Kelsey

Sterling, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I promote tolerance for and accept people of different walks of life, religions, and cultures everyday. I recognize that my way is not the only path to success and respect that.
Why are you participating?: 

I really hate stereotyping. It's cruel and most often, not true. Yes, I am an atheist. No, I do not hate religious people.

Abby

MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
For a number of years I have volunteered as a tutor through the House of Peace and Education. Through them, I have provided knowledge, a listening ear, emotional support, and care to hundreds of underprivileged children. I have made myself available to any child in their program who needs a trusted adult and/or a positive role model in their life. I have worked hard for them to know that they matter and are important. I've done this by telling them, and by demonstrating it in different ways. I have given them fun activities to do, and taught them things at the same time. I have given them some of the happiness they couldn't get at home, and in turn they have brightened my world.

Sarah

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
As a nurse, I help my patients stay well, and when they're sick, I help them to get better! I try not to judge people, but take them as they are. Everyone deserves good care from their medical caregivers!
Why are you participating?: 

I like the idea of not judging a person by what you see when you first meet them. You never know what someone has been through in their life until you sit down and talk with them, and take the time to get to know them.

Mitsouka

Dorchester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I had the opportunity to go on a learning/service trip to Ghana in order to learn about the Triangle Trade in more depth and helped raised money to provide clean water to an entire village, also provide a water tank to the clinic's village.

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