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Graduate Degree Stereotypes Redefined

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Jeff

Hopkinton, NH
United States
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I once picked up a recently released ex-con, who was hitchhiking on route 91 at night, and gave him a ride to the Bus Stop in Amherst so he could start his way home for free.
Why are you participating?: 

I like thinking about identity, and how powerful a force it can be for both good and evil.

Jay

Fitchburg, MA
United States
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One morning I woke up and scrolled through Facebook while still in bed. A friend of mine posted that he was stuck at work and his mom had a flat tire on the highway. I got up, jumped in my jeep and headed to the highway. I found his mom on the side of the road and changed her tire out. She couldn't speak English (Greek) but I know she was thankful.
Why are you participating?: 

Why not?

Mike

Worcester, MA
United States
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Have made it mandatory for me to speak up against racism when racist remarks have been projected. For 60 years now, I have followed this motto.
Why are you participating?: 

Because I'm here.

Nathalie

Worcester, MA
United States
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I've worked with children with special needs (i.e. Autism) for over 5 years and absolutely love it!
Why are you participating?: 

There are very few minorities in my field and labels have made me work twice as hard than the typical caucasian clinician.

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