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Independent Stereotypes Redefined

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Sam

Fitchburg, MA
United States

Will be picking up other people's litter on the roads and parks all Spring with Keep Fitchburg Beautiful. Good workout, fresh air, chatting with friends (behind masks) and doing something good for my city

Been appreciating dog walks during covid...and my dogs gave never been happier

Drewski

Worcester, MA
United States

My good deed (of the day) was picking up the trash from the sidewalks in my neighborhood. It's my philosophy that our neighborhood is a very good indicator of how we live. As you can see I've incorporated an owl sticker to visually show that, "I give a hoot and I don't pollute"... ;)

Pat

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am a secret agent for love, joy, and empowering children and families in any way that I can. I am a way-shower and cheerleader, teacher and advocate, coach and mentor, educator and perpetual student of life. I am Aunt Boo, sister, daughter, friend, teacher, actress, writer, thinker, and dreamer. After fifty-plus years of dieting and shame, I no longer diet and live in shame or fear. With more wakeups behind me than ahead, I choose to do my best to live a life focused on what truly matters. No Evil - Live On!
Why are you participating?: 

I think this is a WONDERFUL project celebrating our diversity and oneness and busting stereotypes!!!
No Evil backwards is Live On!

Kiki

Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer with my church's Philoptochos chapter which helps those less fortunate locally, nationally, and globally, and which also provided for me when I became an orphan at age 11.
Why are you participating?: 

My daughter wanted me to participate with her.

Kristyn

Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
At my University we have a club dedicated to habitat for humanity and on spring break, 11 students including myself were selected to go down to New Orleans to volunteer and help build a home for two well deserving families.
Why are you participating?: 

I believe labels are often used against us and lead to a lot of intolerance and hate. Any moment where I am able to show that labels are damaging and that they are only used to oversimplify humans I'm willing. Though labels are just words, they somehow hold a large amount of power.

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