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Brother Stereotypes Redefined

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Kevin

Stoughton, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I'm one of those people who will hold the door for anyone and everyone with a smile on my face as they pass by. It's the little things in life that go a long way.

Khrys

Worcester, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Encouraging our youth
Why are you participating?: 

Labels can lead to self fulfilling prophecy. Just because people judge me based on gender, race, socio - economics, the music I listen to and/or how I choose to dress on a particular occasion - it doesn't mean "they" get to define me. I DEFINE ME. Always have and always will.

Spencer

Milford, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
In 2009, I interned for an organization called the Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project, and contributed in the production of a successful YouTube video detailing one of their biggest annual fundraising events. I also assisted Troy's project as a temporary recruiter during the 2012 stART on the street festival.
Why are you participating?: 

Our differences, and our anxiety about our differences, are what unite us as human beings. I think the No Evil Project really celebrates that.

Henry

Waterbury, CT
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I'm a happy guy and I love to see those around me happy. I make it my mission everyday to put a smile on whoever is around me. We all have problems and we cannot always see what everyone else is going through. I found out that for me, the best remedy for any issue is just to have a laugh or even just put a smile on. I figure it can work for those around me, too.

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