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Chef Stereotypes Redefined

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Lawrence

MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Cub Scout Leader - teaching honor, respect and integrity to inner city kids. Instilling an appreciation for patriotism, our flag and what it stands for to young boys. Urging them to honor our veterans, and never be afraid to say thank you to them for their service. Culinary and nutrition volunteer - teaching kids and their families about food, nutrition and good eating. TRY EVERYTHING TWICE, BECAUSE CHANCES ARE THAT FIRST PERSON WHO MADE IT SCREWED IT UP! Take an elderly person out to eat - what you learn from them far outweighs the cost of lunch. To know yourself is to know your family's history. Learn where you came from, and what they endured before deciding what you are entitled to.
Why are you participating?: 

I am part of the majority - Caucasian, middle class, Christian and stereotyped. I am conservative by nature and offended at those who take advantage of the systems. I respect the office of the president regardless of who that person is, or what political rhetoric they sow.

Yousif

Bay Area, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I've tried to "adopt" one of the older homeless gentlemen in my neighborhood, "Roy". I try to bring him a hot meal daily or make sure he's got blankets or even just sit with him on the corner and talk for a while. He has been on the street for 40 years but he stays positive. He has ended up having more of an impact on me than I could ever have hoped to have on him.

Nicholas

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I saved my girlfriend's life and stand proudly by her side despite the struggles she put us through due to addiction. Now each month she saves her own with Vivitrol. She is a shining star, the comet that lights my way home every night. Every life is worth saving, and every life is worth living, even in its bleakest moments. No matter how hopeless the cause, or case, or place, let your love shine on.
Why are you participating?: 

Because everyone deserves a second chance... or a third.

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