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Tattooed Stereotypes Redefined

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Stefanie

Worcester , MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I really try to be a good friend, and I think that actually means a lot. I call and keep long distance friendships going and I reach out to be there for those close-by. I remind them that no one can get through this life on their own - we all need support systems - and I try to be part of that. I hope that helps them - in some small way - thrive and continue to be good people. Whether they’re keeping our energy clean, our country free of hatespeech, our communities more climate resilient, our water clean, or our children well-educated... We each have something to contribute and we need support systems to keep us going on our paths. I’m trying to do my little part to spread the love.

Eric

Hudson, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I make sure to smile at strangers, it’s amazing how a simple smile will change someone’s day.
Why are you participating?: 

It’s a great way to spread some positive vibes and illustrate how different we all are.

Missy

Warren, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I care for people with physical and developmental disabilities and I love it!!
Why are you participating?: 

I feel like this is a wonderful cause. It shows that every body is different and to embrace those differences and be comfortable enough to express them and accept them.

Jay

Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
One morning I woke up and scrolled through Facebook while still in bed. A friend of mine posted that he was stuck at work and his mom had a flat tire on the highway. I got up, jumped in my jeep and headed to the highway. I found his mom on the side of the road and changed her tire out. She couldn't speak English (Greek) but I know she was thankful.
Why are you participating?: 

Why not?

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