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Singer Stereotypes Redefined

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Eliana

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I donated my hair. Eight inches went to Pantene's Beautiful Lengths Foundation and I couldn't be happier with my hair. However, people tend to immediately assume I'm some rebellious being because of my spiky and silly hair, when it's actually gone to a place where a woman that cannot grow hair will be able to wear it.
Why are you participating?: 

I heard about the project at a local art festival and I was very excited. People tend to identify themselves with the labels that are placed on them and they change their true beings to someone they actually are not.

Allyson

Upton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
One of my friends was devastated by the loss of her uncle. Our other friends didn't know how to react to it and didn't want to upset her further, so they pretended like nothing had ever happened. The other night, I was sitting with my friend and casually asked her how close she was to her uncle. She immediately started crying and told me everything on her mind. She thanked me for being the first person there for her during this difficult time.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating in the No Evil Project because I want people to see that who I appear to be and who I really am are completely different. On the outside, I sometimes appear to be cold, mean, and tough.

Fran

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I love music and love to sing. I also play the piano. Although I'm not an "accomplished" musician I enjoy opportunities to share my love of music. I volunteer in my church and sing with the kids in our church school. I also volunteer at the day camp in the summer. It's such a joy when the kids really use their "singing voices", learn a new song and actually master singing a round. Kid's singing together is a sure "smile maker"! All the better when parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles sing along ...
Why are you participating?: 

Troy contacted the Worcester Women's History Project and I'm the president. It sounded like a lot of fun and I think it's a great project. Too much "demonizing" going on these days ... glad to see someone trying to celebrate our differences in a positive way.

Amy

South Grafton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I frequently pay for the person behind me in the Dunkin' Donuts line. I hope that will encourage them to do something nice for someone else. I recently started reading a series of books that was started in the 1980s, and because I cannot get them from any libraries in my state, I'm purchasing them used, reading them, and then donating them to my local library to make them available to others.
Why are you participating?: 

To show that ordinary people can make a difference doing ordinary things.

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