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Bookworm Stereotypes Redefined

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Karen

Berlin, MA
United States

Organized a social-distancing sidewalk chalk art festival for my co-housing neighbors of all ages.

As a member of a co-housing community, I've been fortunate to have beautiful land to enjoy, spaces for gardening and play, fresh eggs from chickens, etc. while sheltering in place, and I walk our outside labyrinth every day. Things I've been doing while sheltering-in-place include:...more...

Malu

Auburn, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I took care of a loved one going through cancer and later in the year I accepted to work for a nonprofit helping people.
Why are you participating?: 

It looks interesting.

Liv

Carver, MA
United States
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Volunteering for Carver Cares - a community based organization to educate and provide services for people with addiction.
Why are you participating?: 

Some labels worry me - others make me proud to belong. The current political climate makes all negative labels (or some that people consider negative) especially damaging and hurtful.

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