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ADHD Stereotypes Redefined

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Eli

Worcester, MA
United States
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Volunteered to promoting trans rights in least years midterm election by doing cold calls to registered voters.
Why are you participating?: 

Not a fan of being part of a specific group when it invalidates the complicity of an individual.

Lexi

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I spend every day with adolescent boys in the foster care system teaching them how to grow, how to be amazing adults, how to make healthy relationships... and so much more
Why are you participating?: 

I'm a social worker and work in a group home for adolescent males -- they are constantly labeled and judged, and I see how that affects them all the time.

Mollie

Waltham, MA
United States
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I put a smile on peoples' faces.
Why are you participating?: 

Labels have followed me my entire life. I have so many definitions that aren't always true. I would like to inform others about labeling.

Camille

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I give thoughtful gifts.
Why are you participating?: 

The idea of the project was one that interested me. As someone who's been negatively affected by labels, I wanted to help the effort to come together and break down those misconceptions.

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