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March for Science
The March for Science champions robustly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity. March with us on April 22, 2017.
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Federally funded university research fuels job creation and American innovation:
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Check out this great explainer video on the federal budget process, how it affects science, and what you can do: .
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Great conversation with today on . Don't forget to tune it at 1pm ET!
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For those outside the US, check out for instructions on how to contact your lawmakers to share why you marched!
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We also encourage our US-based marchers to reach out to their Congressperson or Senator using to say why you marched
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You can share your story with using
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As part of , we encourage stories about/by scientists that have publicly exposed dangers to society, e.g., Flint, DDT, etc.
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Share your favorite science trivia, science writers, scientist communicators, or outlets for learning about science.
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We also have a section specifically for federal employees who may want or need more information: .
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We've worked with to share their Know Your Rights document at .
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One of our national co-chairs discusses the and its nonpartisan stance with .
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Check out this great explainer video on the federal budget process, how it affects science, and what you can do: .
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Today's theme on is -- learn more about how to help the movement
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And marchers outside the US should head to this link to learn how to contact your lawmakers and share your story: .
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March for Science 23h
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Also, our US-based marchers should send a postcard to the President of the United States about why you marched at .
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Share citizen science projects, science art, and other ideas that expand what science can do (and who can do it!).
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How have you made science your own? How has science inspired the way that you express yourself?
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Today is all about dismantling the perceived barriers surrounding science and what it means to be a "scientist."
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Ask the organizers of about what's next on special MFS AMA Live1pmET
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