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Storyteller Stereotypes Redefined

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Sadie

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I aim to take my talents and strengths and use them to make the world a better place for others, not to glorify myself. Day to day, I listen to and watch out for other people, and I do my best to help them with what they need. I can be a light in a dark world-- everyone can. No matter what, I believe we can always love, listen, and be kind.
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I'm involved in a theatre piece based on this project, and I hope it and all of this will put some more good out into the world!

Irene

Gardner, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have been given so much through others and I pay it forward in serving others where they are. Whether foster parenting, mentoring parents, assisting with monetary assistance, hugging and loving up on others, transportation, and in any other way I can use my energy to heal others.
Why are you participating?: 

I would like for folks to see Indigenous and Borinkens in our true light! We are all light beings and are intentional about our time in this world. Love is everything.

Andrea

Auburn, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am an avid volunteer who once befriended a stranger who wanted someone to take her to planned parenthood. I sat with her and bought her lunch afterwards. Never spoke to her again as it was before social media started but I think about her often. Wish I could remember her name.
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