Cigliano's message was one of many shared at the rally Saturday afternoon, where people sported "Blue Wave" shirts and signs saying "science is not a liberal conspiracy" and "I'm with her" with an arrow pointing to the earth.
The largest "March for Science" took place in Washington, D.C.
"An average of 875 people will see your bill over its lifetime", Knight told one woman who stopped by the booth to investigate the campaign. In populous places such as NY and D.C, protesters walked around with signs reflecting their opinions about furthering scientific research or about current policies implemented in for science. "It's very important that elected politicians that science is an important part our government", said Jessica Mason, March Organizer.
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Valdez-Ward studies soil science and climate change and thinks about how the world will be able to feed its population with current agricultural practices.
In Chicago, this year's march morphed into a much-downsized rally at the Field Museum of Natural History.
"Too often nowadays, decisions are based on ideology or special interests rather than empirical evidence", said attendee Randolph Bower, an air-pollution scientist at a Research Triangle Park firm. "It is a duty of all of us who are scientists and who educate young people to rise and defend scientific principles, scientific thinking and scientific education", said Bakić, warning about the challenging of scientific results as evidenced by the movement against child vaccination.
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In Frankfurt, according to police, about 500 people took part in protests, less than the 2,000 who had been expected.
And, after a year of unprecedented attacks on science, the marchers weren't afraid to get a little political. A neo-natal nurse, Sisson said science advocates need to be more vocal.
"Science is one of the bastions of hope of civilization", said Whitehouse, 54. Southwell said her home island was destroyed by a string of deadly hurricanes over the summer. A DREAMer, Valdez-Ward said science and immigration are interconnected issues. "But over time, I'm pretty sure that this newfound willingness to go public will produce benefits in those areas, in policymaking and legislation and environmental regulation and so forth". "We're building on thriving community of year-round advocates", said Weinberg.
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MARQUETTE - A Northern Michigan University student organization led a satellite March for Science in Marquette Saturday morning. Caroline Weinberg, interim director of the March for Science told Newsweek.