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Musician Stereotypes Redefined

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Khorwyn

San Jose, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
As a part of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. I have participated in many community service projects like food drives, environment cleanups, and fundraisers.
Why are you participating?: 

Getting dialogue generated about topics like this is how positive change starts.

Margaret

Norwich, CT
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I work for three religious organizations between two school and being a church organist. I donate and give support to as many charitable activities they have sponsored as possible. In the past the list has included giving to the local food pantry, donating to families with special needs, being a Christmas "Angel" by providing gifts for children, knitting for the homeless. I also spend time talking with strangers - at the store, on the street. I find people enjoy the interaction. Just saying a warm "good morning" can brighten someone's day. You don't need a lot to give a lot! Time and understanding are the best gifts.
Why are you participating?: 

As a teacher I see many different views from many different age groups. The youngest are the best at saying exactly what they feel and often get things way before the adults. As a musician I hear - a lot - I keep my mind open. As a mother I want only good things for my children.

Erica

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My mother had a bad drug addiction, lost all her kids. I was in and out the system and I promised one day I would bring my sibling together on Mother's Day. I reached out to all her kids and I got them together. It was her dying wish. I changed the way they loved her and I found change in forgiveness. Now I like helping others find loved ones and the peace I found. ❤️️
Why are you participating?: 

Because I don't want to see change, I want to become it. ❤️️

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