“Despite the fact that HIV cannot be transmitted through food preparation or sharing of food, according to the Smash Stigma survey, only half of Canadians would knowingly share food with, or eat food prepared by, someone who is HIV positive. This misconception inspired Casey House to open the world’s first pop-up restaurant run by HIV positive chefs.” – Casey House
When I was first approached to participate in the event, I hesitated, because I can’t cook.
Thank you to everyone who helped this make this three-day event come alive, thank you to those who made our message louder and projected us to audiences we couldn’t reach, and lastly, thank you to those who came to the restaurant to enjoy a meal prepared by your chefs.
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Here are some pictures from the campaign and event:
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