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Environmentalist Stereotypes Redefined

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Kelly

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer my time to help out organizations I believe in (like the No Evil Project). I also never show up at parties empty-handed.
Why are you participating?: 

Our society has become so polarizing. Everyone is afraid to talk about our differences because we are conditioned to believe that they are what defines us. In truth, when we begin to talk honestly about our perspective, we often see that our similarities are greater than our differences.

Ariel

East Haven, CT
United States
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I like to leave my friends small notes for them to find later on their whiteboard, on a post-it, or wherever. They usually say something like, "Happy Friday" or "I love you," nothing elaborate. It's just a simple way to remind people that I care about them.

Athena

CT
United States
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A longtime volunteer and environmentalist, I am studying to become an Environmental Engineer so I can travel to underdeveloped countries with limited access to clean water to design purification and sanitation systems for them!

Dennis

Eagan, MN
United States
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I helped to provide outdoor recreation opportunities for millions of people.
Why are you participating?: 

I believe in the following closing prayer from my church: Know how much a tired and hurting world needs your strength and gladness.

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