St. Lawrence University
Caged monkeys


Boicotea los productos que usan ingredientes animales o experimentan sobre ell@s
Dozens of animals die every second in experimentation labs. Boycott products that use animal ingredients or experiment on them.

Black and white photo of two hugging monkeys in a lab experiment cage. Their embrace and wide eyes personify the monkeys and their emotions. Though far fewer animals are used in laboratory settings than those destined for food, such experiments often result in animal deaths. Spanish figures show that in 2016, approximately 910,000 animals were used for experimentation, of which only 8,500 were reclaimed. While most animal experiments are for medical testing, others are used to test different products before commercial distribution, like cosmetics. This sticker advocates for individuals to account for the mistreatment of animals in experiments and asks viewers to boycott products and companies that contribute to or incorporate such practices. “Víctimas del progreso-Crímes de Estado” is not an official organization, but rather a phrase common among Spanish anarchists. The red logo with the A within a circle indicates anarchist ideologies.

Madrid, Spain
Maddie Pounder, St. Lawrence University Class of 2021
Publication Date: 
July 3, 2020


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