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Art Lover Stereotypes Redefined

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Atreyu

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Helping people who have been traumatized in their lives. I try to help people by empathizing, listening to their stories. "Be the change you wanna see in this world."
Why are you participating?: 

There are too many labels that people place on each other. I don't want to be placed in a box, I'm simply a decent person who tries to step into other's shoes as much as possible.

Vickyana

Worcester, MA
United States
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I've donated tons of bags to an organization for the homeless and I have sent barrels to PR and DR filled with food and clothes.
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I did this because I wanted to try something new and many people have labeled me as white, Puerto Rican, rude, and someone that doesn't care about anything based off of my looks.

Angel

Worcester, MA
United States
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I have fought against stereotypes in my family, church, and school. Inspired by art, I was able to touch many people's hearts into understanding that we can be different, we can succeed as an art lover, son of God and a student. I created prayer flags when my uncle died and placed them outside my house for everyone to see, reflecting peace to all. I believe that I can be all three a Christian, a student and an artist. People need to break with stereotypes and accept people how they are. I believe that as a Christian God wants us to succeed and as an artist that I can project what I feel without tags of I should do this or that or that is not correct and that is. As a student I want to show my other interests and do not be afraid of saying I am an artist, or I am a Christian.

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