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London’s Victoria and Albert Museum Finally Drops Associations with the Sackler Family

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The Victoria and Albert Museum in the U.K. has finally agreed to drop the Sackler name. The London museum has been one of the institutions most publicly opposed to cutting ties with the founders of Purdue Pharma. The decision to remove the name was made earlier this summer, according to the Guardian.
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Victoria and Albert Museum Reverses Course and Removes Sackler Name

The museum’s director had previously said he was not going to erase the name of the Sackler family, which founded Purdue Pharma, the creator of an addictive opioid painkiller.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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London’s Victoria and Albert Museum Finally Drops Associations with the Sackler Family

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, one of the last hold outs, finally drops the Sackler name over its association with the opioid epidemic.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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London's Victoria and Albert Museum Removes Sackler Name from Galleries

The V&A Museum is the latest in a long line of museums to remove the Sackler name.

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London's V&A Museum Finally Drops the Sackler Name

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