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Engineer Stereotypes Redefined

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Jamani

Closter, NJ
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My good deed is upholding the image of the black man in America. Everyday African American men and women are depicted as animalistic or less than other races, incapable of helping ourselves, often complaining rarely taking action. My good deed is being the best version of myself I can be, to show my brothers and sisters that WE are capable of so much more than we’re credited for. To show my brothers and sisters that all we’ll ever needed is a chance.

Naomi

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
On the day I took these photos I was volunteering as an activist: asking for support in protecting trans folks' right to access public spaces.
Why are you participating?: 

Well... a friend, or just another human being you've never met asks you to participate in something. It doesn't take too much effort, but it's important to them, and perhaps it'll effect some positive change.

Lucy

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Found someone's debit card and when I couldn't find owner, I reported the card lost. Helped elderly woman through confusing wait line. Help someone use the self checkout.
Why are you participating?: 

Show my girls that there are good people in the world and how they can be one of them too, who then will grow up to be good adults, making good choices and raise good children.

Hamad

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I always to watch out for my loved ones (friends, family, etc.). So whenever I know if someone's feeling down, I try to bring joy to their lives by either compliment them, spending time with them, or even buying them a small gift that may mean something

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