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Hispanic Stereotypes Redefined

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Jaqueline

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Last Christmas, I had the opportunity to assist my church in securing Christmas donations for the children's ministry. The budget for the 2018 year was very limited, but we did not want finances to stop the children from having an unforgettable Christmas season. I began to reach out to different offices and after weeks of reaching out to different organizations, we were able to secure donations from two different offices. It may seem insignificant, but as a child, you remember those moments of joy and I wanted it to be another Christmas season that the children would not forget.

Andrew

San Jose, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have done volunteer work for a church by giving food to the homeless. Also I was a youth leader where I helped kids younger than me by listening to them and giving them advice when they're having a hard time, especially if I went through the same thing.
Why are you participating?: 

Because of who I am and what I do, I have been judged and picked on a lot. I want to break that barrier of hate by educating and showing people even though we're different and like different things, at the same time we are the same.

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