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Immigrant Stereotypes Redefined

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Dorchester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Pushed a person (35yr old black male) in an electric wheelchair approximately a mile to a T station so he could charge his chair (also put $ on his Charlie Card)
Why are you participating?: 

I believe in focusing on positive nature of living.


Boston, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I met with leaders at the United Nations in NYC on October 17th 2016 and advised them on policys that affects immigrants around the world. Most of what I spoke on was adapted into new changes and went into effect globally which will change the way migration is viewed by the people in power who make decisions on those that are not. As it relates to migration.
Why are you participating?: 

Two years after I came to the US I became infect with HIV. Which greatly affected my going back to my country of origin and my stay here.


Westborough, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Founded Art for Change, a nonprofit organization, located in New York City, with the mission of using art as a catalyst of social change. I'm currently developing a social venture, "Migrant Voice Projects," an innovation laboratory that strives to create opportunities for immigrants and Latinos themselves to address inequality using technology and bottom-up strategies as drivers for community transformation. One of its projects is to publish bilingual children books in order to support and increase the literacy skills among bilingual children.
Why are you participating?: 

Stereotypes contribute to the lack of empathy and solidarity which I firmly believe are necessary for the building of a happier and more equitable global community.


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