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Vegetarian Stereotypes Redefined

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Kristin

Marrlboro, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I care deeply about our planet earth and all the beings that reside here.
Why are you participating?: 

I don't think you can fit people into a box. We're ever changing beings with endless labels.

Julie

West Brookfield, MA
United States
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I always try to be the best person I can be. I believe that every day brings new opportunities to better who are, and I am always using social media to bring those thoughts to others. I also use social media as a platform to educate people on environmental preservation and climate change, to help save ourselves on this world. I believe that educating is one of the best ways to create positive change, along with spreading love and kindness with everything you say and do.
Why are you participating?: 

I love to broaden my mind, and connect with other people. I also want to bring what I learn to other people that I know, to create a better world for everyone.

Whitney

Waltham, MA
United States
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I volunteered as an English teacher for recent immigrant adults. It was so great to hear their goals for English: to help their kids with homework, to get a promotion to shift manager, to pass the citizenship test, etc.

Stephanie

Boston, MA
United States
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I'm constantly in a 2-2.5 year cycle of growing my hair out and cutting it to be donated to organizations that make wigs for children without hair. I've done it six times now and will soon do it again for the seventh time.

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