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Hippie Stereotypes Redefined

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Lauren

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I was brutally honest when it was not easy, but for the best.
Why are you participating?: 

To call someone a "hippie" has adopted a more negative connotation than the term deserves. There is no quintessential hippie, and if there were, I doubt he or she would be hugging a tree in their free time.

Madeleine

Ithaca, NY
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I took a gap year after high-school and traveled to a rural area of Ghana. While I was there I volunteered in an orphanage/school, where I taught 4th grade. At first I felt uncomfortable and under-qualified to teach these children, but soon realized that the orphanage could not afford to hire another teacher at that time--so I threw myself into the job. The accomplishments of those kids during my time teaching them is forever ingrained in my memory.

Meghan

Worcester , MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer at my sons library, because of the budget cuts they can no longer afford a librarian so to keep it open for the children I volunteer my time. I also volunteer at ACE which is a non profit organization to help African immigrant children get caught up in school and adjust to life in America.
Why are you participating?: 

I think it's a beautiful thing to see the good in every individual.

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