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Canadian Stereotypes Redefined

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Anna

Toronto, ON
Canada
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Volunteer for autism advocacy group to help non English speaking immigrants find services for newly diagnosed children with autism spectrum disorder.
Why are you participating?: 

Stopped in Boston. Artist was friendly. I support the arts and thought it was a wonderful idea.

Judi

Worcester, MA
United States
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Special Education and Autism Advocate and full blown humanitarian
Why are you participating?: 

I want people to know that if you are looking down on someone it should only be to help them up, without judgement and with empathy, tolerance and acceptance. The struggles in life are real, but it's how we embrace the journey that makes all the difference.

Sarah-Eve

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My friends and I bought individual pizzas and handed them out to homeless individuals on the streets of Montreal.
Why are you participating?: 

We tend to focus in the negative things we've done, or the unfortunate things that have happened. It's time to focus on the positives!

Robert

Worcester, MA
United States
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I don't eat animals or anything that comes from them, which is one small way of reducing suffering in the world. Being vegan is one of the most happy-making things I've done in my life.
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