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Puerto Rican Stereotypes Redefined

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Lucy

Single Mother
Leader
Puerto Rican
Salem, MA
United States

Helping connect those in my community who are in need with enough resources to get by.

While social distancing has limited my interactions with those most vulnerable around me, I have been able to connect folks with resources and organizations utilizing social media, phone and internet. We must continue to look out for and help our neighbors and those most vulnerable in our...more...

Olga

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Everywhere I go I try to make my mark! A smile, say hello and say one positive thing to someone. I always do this!
Why are you participating?: 

Because we need to have less “evil” in the world.

Lissette

Wakefield, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I adopted a kitty so small we fed him with a tiny bottle. His mom had died and left him an orphan- his name is Chewbacca.
Why are you participating?: 

I love all nationalities, races, beliefs, and ideologies. As long as you are a decent person you can be my friend! All colors welcome with me! In this day and age we should ALL strive for this, there is too much hate and racism lately.

Dee

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Giving people a ride to and from work, and giving donations to people off the street.
Why are you participating?: 

Sometimes I'm looked down upon for being both Mexican and Puerto Rican.

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