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Pam

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Volunteered as a story collector for Veterans History Project, interviewing, filming and preserving stories from veterans for the Library of Congress.
Why are you participating?: 

While I think it's important to express our individuality, "labels" can be so restrictive and cause us to miss wonderful connections and experiences with other humans. Within all of us lies a spark, a spirit and a connectivity.

Cheryl

Gardner, MA
United States
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I tell jokes to help people enjoy life.
Why are you participating?: 

As a white, middle class, privileged person, I have not been adversely affected by labels, except maybe goofball, scatterbrained, undisciplined... oh, wait...

Luu

Los Angeles, CA
Estados Unidos
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I provide full spectrum reproductive health care including abortion care.
Why are you participating?: 

Because abortion providers do what we do with compassion and love.

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