Early Friday morning, a sculpture of a giant spoon (to be shown for heroin use) was dropped in front of Purdue Pharma in Stamford, CT.
Can I just say, this is amazing. What a statement!! Purdue Pharma most definitely knew that the drugs they were manufacturing were addictive. I don’t care what spokesperson tries to defend them, the evidence is clear in many different circumstances. Has anyone seen the 60 minutes episode where they exposed them and the families getting rich off of people dying?
I think that what makes this activist effort so great is that the artist is directly effected by the opioid epidemic. I think that makes it more personable and shows that his heart is in this.
I like this a lot. Especially because I think it’s an accurate representation of the things that activists SHOULD be going after in today’s society. Things like this I feel are becoming overlooked and these are the sorts of things that can help save lives.
Wow! This is definitely a great way to make a statement and make sure your voice is heard. I love this!
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