at the Louvre, posters stuck near the painting “Liberty leading the people”

at the Louvre, posters stuck near the painting “Liberty leading the people”
at the Louvre, posters stuck near the painting “Liberty leading the people”

Activists from the “Food Response” collective demonstrated this Wednesday in front of Eugène Delacroix’s work, sticking posters reading “Resisting is vital” next to the painting. “The work did not suffer any damage,” indicates the museum.

The scene was filmed by several dozen spectators and tourists gathered in front of the work. Two members of “Food Riposte”, dressed in white T-shirts displaying the name of the environmentalist collective, demonstrated this Wednesday at the Louvre in Paris.

Activists put up posters reading “Resisting is vital“right next to the board Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix. “We demand social security for sustainable food“, then declared a member of the collective, as we can see in https://twitter.com/riposte_alim/status/1788152648585064812 posted on X by Riposte Alimentaire.

So many times in history the people have fought for their rights. Even today, the criminal elites gorge themselves on our backs. Uniting and resisting them is vital“, continued the other activist. “Let’s enter into civil resistance! Let’s not let a privileged minority decide our future“, then declared the first activist.

On X, Food Riposte details its demands by demanding the establishment of a “social security for sustainable food“, “based on the 1946 social security model“.”The right to food is recognized by international law and must be respected in practice, for democratic and sustainable food“, adds the collective.

The work suffered no damage“, indicated the museum to AFP. The painting by Eugène Delacroix produced in 1830 has just been re-exhibited atafter more than six months of restoration.

During a previous action carried out last January, Riposte Alimentaire activists had sprayed the armored glass which protects The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, p.to promote “the right to healthy and sustainable food“. The painting had no not been damaged. The Louvre had announced the filing of a complaint.

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