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Puerto Rican Stereotypes Redefined

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Marisa

Worcester , MA
United States
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I’m a flight attendant and I like to make the mom of young children feel special when she’s on my flight. Flying with young children is SO hard and many people give you a hard time or even worse they don’t see you as a person. Just an inconvenience. I like to acknowledge them in some small way. Maybe it’s just a smile and a kind word. Maybe a mimosa to celebrate Mother’s Day.

Khiri

Newport, RI
United States
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I save up extra money to give to the homeless. I don't need it as much as they do. I like to make people happy to see the smile on their face, makes me happy.

Luis

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I volunteered as a Makeup Artist at the Catwalk for BMC Cancer Care; it was my first time ever real fashion show right out of school! It was such an amazing experience and an honor to do makeup to such brave survivors!

Tomas

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Working as the Education Director for the Boys & Girls Club of Worcester
Why are you participating?: 

Growing up, I've realized that we live in a world that can be very negative and judgmental. As people get to know others, they begin to realize that labels are superficial and that we each have unique qualities and personalities to bring to this lovely world.

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