as declared in Each person was given a white glass plate, which they decorated with positive messages for people living with HIV.
Plates were chosen as the canvass for the art because of an incorrect fear that HIV can be transmitted by cooking utensils.
Linda decorated her plate with an outline of Africa, and wrote in the centre, “HIV shouldn’t separate us.”
Kinzie decorated his plate with hearts and the message, “fill up with loving food.”
She said the art on her plate is intended to send the message that immigrant and Indigenous people affected by HIV should take care of each other.
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