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Equalist Stereotypes Redefined

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Jordan

Holden, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I went on a missions trip to Guatemala and gave away food, toys, shoes, clothes, and love to refugee Guatemalan children. I helped paint and build a kitchen for their school and put up a fence to protect the students from danger
Why are you participating?: 

I think this is really cool, great thing to improve life and the world as a whole!

Rosemary

Millbury, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I believe that everyone should be treated in the same equal fashion. I'm not a feminist or a masculinist - I am an equalist. We are all different in our fabulously unique ways and there are things that others do better than I could ever dream of, and vice-versa...Regardless, we should all be treated with equal respect, kindness, and warmth. I had a person working the deli counter thank me because I was the first person who asked her how her day was. I have a bumper sticker on my car - it doesn't say or Tolerance> because those still felt too negative for me...my sticker says .
Why are you participating?: 

Because this is a kind and gentle vision that we should get behind. The world can be filled with mean and ugly things. This is NOT one of them.

Cheryl

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I served as a teenage role model and leader to the young ladies of my community. Twice a week I would go to work and be ambushed by many smiles and girls. It was the greatest feeling to leave work and see the smiles that I'd put on the girls faces and the smile that they'd put on mine. Now, I'm a junior at Salem State University, and I make certain to continue to work with others as I'm a tour guide and aid prospective students and families in making the decision as to where they will spend their college careers.
Why are you participating?: 

Because in the world, labels shouldn't mean anything. This project is a great way for people to label themselves in a way that expresses who they truly are... it's 100% acceptable to be yourself!

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