No Evil Project - Show that anyone can do good, no matter who they are.

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Here is a collection of the 1842 people who have participated in the project so far. Explore and see the variety of people doing good deeds in their communities. You can also see all the labels, groups of people, photographers, and a world map of where everyone is from!

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Lorelei

Barnstable, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am a very visible person. By size, personality, inclination and training. I've spent my whole life learning how to entertain people; to make them laugh, cry, feel and think. I enjoy moving people, making them pay attention and listen. Ever since I came out as trans (and queer, and poly and a number of other things too), I have tried to use my voice and my visibility not merely to entertain (though that's certainly worthwhile too), but to change our communities and our society, to change the world. To amplify the voices of marginalized people who lack the ability to make others listen. To be visible so that others who are not so comfortable in the harsh glare of the spotlight don't have to be. So this world may be a better, happier, safer place for those who might not have a voice like mine. To put this philosophy into practice, I work with a number of advocacy and outreach organizations. I also speak, perform and write about gender and sexuality. And sometimes I even get to make people just laugh too!
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because I believe that being visible; seeing, hearing, and speaking out about the evil I see in the world; is the right thing to do. This project and these photos are a literal interpretation of that philosophy.

Kenneth

San Diego, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I sacrificed everything I knew back home in California to travel the world to promote what art can really do for all of us. Without passion there can be no inspiration. Art to me is whatever you're passionate about. Mine is being a bboy teaching others about life on and off the dance floor. Showing hope to those that feel hopeless. To me society forgot how to show empathy.
Why are you participating?: 

To do more than the average and support an idea that could all come together and faces the problems that are more important.

Michael

Framingham, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Facilitating a freshmen group in which students have a voice in the school. The restorative justice program has helped students problem solve, persevere, and collaborate with staff/principals.
Why are you participating?: 

I am a firm believer in the community coming together for a common goal.

Tracy

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I gave my lunch to a homeless man. He needed it more than me. I think its important to give selflessly. I find anonymous acts of kindness are the ultimate gesture where nothing is expected in return.
Why are you participating?: 

I have realized how interconnected we all are as a human race. I have been focusing more on our commonalities than our differences, however it is the variety of character that is the beauty and fabric that unifies us all. It is our uniqueness that we have to share and teach each other.

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