How to Stage a Hunger Strike Like Aida Fernandez

Aida Fernandez is staging a hunger strike in a tent on her Hibiscus Farm in the protected wetlands of South Dade near Chekika Park in the Everglades. We found her event through a hand-painted neon sign posted on an electric pole and decided to check it out, cause hey, a lot of Miami girls starve themselves, but how many do it for a cause. Here, in pictures and words are the methods by which Aida's protest successfully promotes itself. Not into hunger striking? You can apply these concepts to your own concerts, club nights, art shows, or any other event you want strangers to show up to or know about.

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Jacob Katel
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