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Activist Stereotypes Redefined

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Rosario

Activist
Black
Dominican
Salem, MA
United States

Advocating for systemic change at the state level by proposing legislation and voicing the needs of our black and brown communities

Krystal

Queer
Fibromyalgic
Activist
Southbridge, MA
United States

I have more or less successfully kept 7 children, 6 of whom are teenagers in the house during stay-at-home orders.

I have appreciated spending time with my family. Three of my children turned 18 during quarantine and graduating High School. I'm enjoying these last days with us all home as a family before they move on to the next phase of their lives.

Denny

Biker
Environmentalist
Activist
Eagan, MN
United States

I am staying home, staying safe, and writing emails to legislators.

Jeff

Sports Fan
Accomplice
Activist
Salem, MA
United States

Standing up and with those that need it most, wrote original Sanctuary ordinance on behalf of Salem's No Place for Hate Committee

Rachel

MA
United States
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Every year on my birthday, I ask people to celebrate by doing a random act of kindness, so that my whole community is engaged in making the day better for a fellow human being.
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