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Social Justice Advocate Stereotypes Redefined

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Rosario

Salem, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Volunteering for awareness and advocacy for Latinx and Afro-Latino issues. Telling positive stories of Latinx and communities and individuals of color.
Why are you participating?: 

Stereotypes and labels have been put on me, my family, and my beliefs since I can remember - most of them negative. I'm praising No Evil Project for taking this on and creating opportunities for changing the narrative.

Jennifer

Brooklyn, NY
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I founded the first national women's media analysis, media literacy education and media justice advocacy organization, and wrote the first book about how reality TV works as a backlash against gender and racial justice.
Why are you participating?: 

Media narratives demonize feminists, social justice activists, and anti-racists as "fringe", "angry", "selfish", and "unpatriotic", among other stereotypes.

Sarah

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
President For Life of the I Talk to Anyone Club. Plus I work to make schools more equitable for everyone.
Why are you participating?: 

I love the idea that were are all in this together. In spite of our differences, we still have two eyes, two ears, and a single mouth, which we can use for good...or evil.

Lindita

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Fighting for social justice and equality every day through interpersonal relations and bigger scenes of activism.
Why are you participating?: 

I believe in a peaceful world. We must celebrate our differences and unite in order to attain that state of world.

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