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Haitian Stereotypes Redefined

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Joan

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I work in a hospital orgranization trying to prevent hospital readmissions.
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We only get one life, we should all fight to live it right.

Vanedjie

Brockton, MA
United States
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Every year my pastor and I go to visit the children at the orphanage. We bring them toys and other supplies, we play and spend time with them just to make them remember that they are not alone and others care.
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I'm participating because I myself have been bullied in middle school by kids older than me so I know what it feels like to be annoyed whether it's about the way you look or spoke. I don't want any kids to be in that position.

Ferlay

Worcester, MA
United States
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Once I was waiting in line and noticed a single mom struggling to balance watching her children and paying for a product. One of the children were crying. I leaned over and made a childish joke. The little guy giggled and calmed down. The mom had enough time to handle everything she needed. Everyone deserves to smile, big and small.
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