12 Stereotypes About Rhode Island That Need To Be Put To Rest – Right Now
Being the smallest state means many things for the people of Rhode Island. Not only do people tend to overlook where we come from, but there is also a lot that is simply unknown about the Ocean State. Somewhere along the way some misconceptions started spreading like wildfire. Here are 12 stereotypes about Rhode Island that really need to be put to rest already.
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Can you think of any other stereotypes about Rhode Island that simply aren’t true?
Jeana is a freelance writer, musician, and student. She is in the Providence based acoustic duo Tammy & Jeana, and the folk act known as Great Gale. Jeana commutes to Northeastern University in Boston where she is pursuing an M.S. in Organizational Communication. As a long time Rhode Islander who was born in Warwick, she loves promoting the state's wonders.
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