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Foodie Stereotypes Redefined

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Joe

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I stand for the voiceless and those in the shadows.
Why are you participating?: 

Seeing the goodness of others and not separating ourselves into groups is more important, today, than ever.

Suja

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My one good deed is connecting people to resources, networks, relationships, connections, and cultures that they otherwise may have not encountered or been exposed to.
Why are you participating?: 

I think it is important to know and learn a story that is different than yours. I think there is danger in knowing only one story, and that is where stereotypes may be birthed. Living and embracing diversity is so important as a citizen of the world.

Bhanu

Arlington, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I did Harbor to the bay which is a 70 plus mile bike ride and raised money for this cause last year and I am planning to do it this year. I am also into saving power, water and recycling so I make sure that I do it diligently as well as recycle waste to an extent possible. One more thing, I try my best to not waste food.
Why are you participating?: 

For fun... I love to get my pictures taken.

Rafael

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer with the LGBT Youth Space in downtown San Jose, and speak on educational panels to help make people with a high degree of influence on youth's lives (such as therapists and teachers) more aware of the LGBT issues to help cultivate a more accepting future generation.

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