Join the Second Annual March for Science on Saturday, April 14, 2018.
Scientists, scientifically literate folks, and plain ‘ol fans of science gathered across the world last year to protest Trump and his administration’s disdain for facts and evidence.
The first March for Science was a marked success and arguably had the best and funniest signs of any of the 2017 protest marches.
The March for Science is back for 2018, and as of early March 2018, more than 70 satellite marches had been scheduled for Saturday, April 14, 2018.
In places as far-flung as Nigeria, people will gather to stand up for science and demand our elected officials support science and make good use of its discoveries.
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