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Foodie Stereotypes Redefined

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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.


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.


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.


United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Once I went with a group of students from my college to a rural village in Haiti for a week - we helped schoolchildren improve their English, but most importantly the friendships we made demonstrated a mutual respect and love that goes beyond language and culture.
Why are you participating?: 

It's important for people to realize that there's more than meets the eye. I've surprised myself so much lately by simply getting to know people regardless of their background. Appreciating what makes them unique affirms their dignity and also helps me grow as an individual.


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