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Artist Stereotypes Redefined

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Silent

Providence, RI
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
As street artists, sometimes the best gift we have to give is listening, since we do not speak. Sometimes, we appear hard-lined because we cannot allow you to touch us and invade our space (we are people, too... please remember that), but when someone approaches us and clearly needs to be heard, we will listen. One such woman approached me one evening in Providence, extended her hand, and I took it. We consented to hug each other, and she let me know how much she appreciated our exchange. There were tears in her eyes. I do not know what she was going through, but I hope she walked away feeling better. Mental health awareness is very important to Silent Soapbox, as are causes pertaining to children in the foster care and adoption systems. Please contact us for volunteer performance opportunities at these types of events.
Why are you participating?: 

Mental Health awareness; child poverty awareness.

John

Westborough, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I wanted to be a better father than mine was. I wanted to be a good and reliable husband. I work at my local food pantry. I believe that I have talked 5+ young people out of committing suicide.

Angela

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I just like to think I am a really good friend...or I try to be most of the time. That's my main goal in life, to be a good friend and good person.
Why are you participating?: 

I want the evil taken out of my body!! I recently did a really bad thing and I am trying to make it better....or at least try and redeem my misdeeds with better ones. :)

Malcom

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I work at an adventure/zip-line park. Over the course of the season I interact with thousands of people, from a variety of different races/cultures/countries/religions/ages/genders/sexual orientations. At the park I have the opportunity to treat everyone equally and with respect, as well as create a safe space for the variety of people have fun with their friends and families. It isn't groundbreaking good deed work or anything, but it is a gratifying feeling to know that you helped create a positive experience for people.
Why are you participating?: 

It is fun!

Tim

Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Deciding listening is more important than speaking.
Why are you participating?: 

As a white male of a certain age, I feel that we (white males) in general don't see or listen, and speak before everyone else. It is time to look / pay attention and to listen. It is our responsibility to learn how we are culpable in what divides us, racially, socio-economically, etc.

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