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by Amanda Just
Categories: Animals, Arts/Culture, Causes
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Over the weekend, the National Museum of Animals & Society kicked off their newest exhibit, “Light in Dark Places: Anti-Vivisection from the Victorian Era to Modern Day.” The exhibit highlights the pioneers of the anti-animal testing movement, from suffragettes and artists to authors and doctors, through the years.

Among the special guests were activist Simone Reyes, who starred in the “Running Russel Simmons” reality show, and singer/songwriter/DJ, Moby was also in attendance. Moby shared on Instagram a statue from the exhibit with a powerful message. The piece is called, “Help Me”.

Light in Dark Places” is curated by Julia Orr and involved the participation of American Anti-Vivisection Society, National Anti-Vivisection Society, New England Anti-Vivisection Society, Stop Animal Exploitation Now, PETA, Beagle Freedom Project, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, The Ernest Bell Memorial Library, and White Coat Waste. It runs from May 10th through August 3rd.

To learn more about vivisection and why it is wasteful and unnecessary, check out the New England Anti-Vivisection Society.

Photo credit: National Museum of Animals & Society / Facebook.com

About Amanda Just

Amanda Just is a longtime vegan who loves to promote compassionate living in fun, creative ways. As a writer, she has contributed to This Dish Is Veg, ForksOverKnives.com, and many other blogs, websites, and newsletters. As an activist, she champions many causes, from veganism and animal rights to environmental protection and human rights. Amanda resides in Tampa Bay, Florida.

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