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'My dream is to make pizza': the caterers with Down's syndrome - video
by Ekaterina Ochagavia, Kamilia Lahrichi and Naomi Larsson
The Guardian Translate This Article
16 February 2017
On 16 February 2017 The Guardian reported:
After years of facing social and work-related discrimination, four friends with Down's syndrome started their own pizza company in Buenos Aires in 2016. Los Perejiles now has 24 employees and caters for parties across the Argentine capital, supporting people with Down's syndrome to overcome social stigma. 'I started Los Perejiles so I could work, and to make people happy,' said one of the founders.
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'He seems very happy,' said the mother of Leandro, one of the team. 'This is a chance he would never have had otherwise. It's a solid opportunity and we hope they keep their momentum.' Los Perejiles gives a newfound purpose to many of its employees, as well as new friendships.
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