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Haitian American Stereotypes Redefined

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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!
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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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A good deed that I have done was help my little sister with a big project she had to get done ! My sister knew that I would be a great help on making sure she gets a good grade on her project ! That's why she relied on me on helping her with the project


Holbrook, MA
United States
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I love helping people that need my help. I try everything I can just to keep my love one and friends happy no matter what the cost is. 2 years ago, I have help my high school to organized a fundraiser for Haiti after that earthquake happened.


Quinnipiac University , CT
United States
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I love helping others and changing the lives of many with joy and happiness. I have gone to Florida with QU Campus Ministry Freshmen year of college and volunteered at a School for pregnant teenagers; then sophomore and junior year of college I went to Nicaragua with the Albert Schweitzer Institute where I help and lead building schools and planting gardens for the children of cities near Leon; and senior year of college I am going to Battle Creek Michigan to help build homes with Habitat for Humanity. To be able to put a smile on another's face is something that I value a lot!
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