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Unitarian Universalist Stereotypes Redefined

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Liv

Fitchburg, MA
United States

During Covid, I spent time volunteering for Get Out the Vote and UU the Vote, fighting voter suppression in Georgia and Texas. I also organized a sock drive benefitting our local homeless shelter for our Cub Scout pack, collecting ~600 pairs, and collected supplies to send 12 large care packages to service members deployed during the pandemic.

Ward

Townsend, MA
United States
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I'm full-time caregiver for my wife (of 52 years) who is homebound due to poor health. I'm also a pro bono Webmaster, List Mom & Facebook Admin for numerous non-profit groups.
Why are you participating?: 

I'm thrilled to see the No Evil Project is continuing to be a positive force in our troubled world.

Lexi

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I shoveled two of my neighbor's driveways when we had that real heavy snow in mid November '18
Why are you participating?: 

I participate because queer/trans visibility is important. I participate because I believe Troy's project to be meaningful.

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