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Photographer Stereotypes Redefined

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Bil

Motorcyclist
Photographer
Educator
Worcester, MA
United States

I go food shopping for a couple of older family friends every week so that they don’t have to leave their house during the pandemic.

I hope that we all get through this together.

Troy

Hiker
Photographer
Optimist
Worcester, MA
United States

Encouraging creativity and compassion while keeping people safe by creating the Breathe No Evil program.

I'm heartened seeing communities coming together to help others in need during these difficult and strange times.

Atreyu

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Helping people who have been traumatized in their lives. I try to help people by empathizing, listening to their stories. "Be the change you wanna see in this world."
Why are you participating?: 

There are too many labels that people place on each other. I don't want to be placed in a box, I'm simply a decent person who tries to step into other's shoes as much as possible.

Priscilla

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have volunteered to feed the homeless at the mustard seed shelter. I have also done photography for free for the less fortunate, or people on a tight budget.
Why are you participating?: 

Because we need to work as a team and become the No Evil Project.

Thomas

Somerville, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Gave flowers to an old woman at a nursing home I was driving by with a bunch of flowers.
Why are you participating?: 

It seems like a brilliant idea to shake up stereotypes.

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