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Irish Stereotypes Redefined

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Nonnie

Worcester , MA
United States
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As a Jew, I take the concept of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) seriously. My Hebrew name is Nechama, which means comfort. I like making teddies for children in homeless shelters and blankies for kids in the hospital. Or any other way I might discover to help.
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I'm participating because "you can't judge a book by it's cover". You can't size up a person on sight. You have to spend time with them, find out where their soul or spirit or inner light is.

Katelyn

Leicester, MA
United States
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I organized a trip to "The Nutcracker" for my English language learner students who had never before seen a live performance. It was magical!
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I love the message.

Judi

Worcester, MA
United States
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Special Education and Autism Advocate and full blown humanitarian
Why are you participating?: 

I want people to know that if you are looking down on someone it should only be to help them up, without judgement and with empathy, tolerance and acceptance. The struggles in life are real, but it's how we embrace the journey that makes all the difference.

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