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Scientists’ March on Washington

  • We hope that the diversity is reflected in both the leadership of the march and the march itself.
  • The march is non-partisan, but it is absolutely intended to have an impact on policy makers.
  • If you would like to participate in planning the march, please fill out this google form and we will get in touch!
  • We want to thank you all for your incredible outpouring of support for this march.
  • We are working to schedule a March for Science on DC and across the United States.


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Welcome! We want to thank you all for your incredible outpouring of support for this march. We are working to schedule a March for Science on DC and across the United States. We have not settled on a date yet but will do so as quickly as possible and announce it here. Although this will start with a march, we hope to use this as a starting point to take a stand for science in politics. Slashing funding and restricting scientists from communicating their findings (from tax-funded research!) with the public is absurd and cannot be allowed to stand as policy. This is a non-partisan issue that reaches far beyond people in the STEM fields and should concern anyone who values empirical research and science.

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Yes. The march is non-partisan, but it is absolutely intended to have an impact on policy makers.

Scientists’ March on Washington