March for Science

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In 2017, more than one million people around the world gathered together in the largest event for science advocacy in history. On April 14, we will continue to use the momentum of last year’s march to hold our political leaders accountable for passing equitable, evidence-based policies that serve all people and all communities.

From Washington D.C. to Abuja, Nigeria, science supporters across the globe are mobilizing. Events range from science expos and festivals to rallies and large-scale marches but they are united with shared goals. March for Science events energize science advocates from multiple spheres to create tangible change and call for greater accountability of public officials to enact evidence-based policy that serves all communities.

More than 70 satellite events around the world have already registered to participate in the 2nd annual event.
Join one or plan a new march by registering at the URL above!
Don't forget to check out the 2017 satellite list to find organizers from last year.

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