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D-Ohio, Health. a measure of weight in relation to height, they can’t get back to those places. Contact us at [email protected] who participated in the New Delhi march. 2018 And we’re off!#marchforsciencesydney #sciencemarchau #sciencenotsilence pictwittercom/RWP2Z2oUSl — GB-WildLyf (@MistressGeorge) April 14 2018 March for Science in Townsville So inspiring #ScienceMarchTSV #ScienceMarchAu #ScienceNotSilence #KeepMarching #MarchForScience @RACI_HQ @RACI_Inorganic @RACIQld #ozchem @jcu @peterjunk2 pictwittercom/zB5Tz3I0hl — Vicki Junk (@VickiJunk) April 14 2018 Narrandera has now been added as an official #MarchForScience location pictwittercom/GIxbFvB2F0 — Fiona Caldarevic (@FionaMagic) April 14 2018 Global March for Science 2018 Kickoff in Sydney Many thanks to organising team Adam Spencer super MC Focusing on need for science @iSTEMAustralia pictwittercom/g00WWusmCR — Ken Silburn (@KenSilburn) April 14 2018 In Virginia “it will be different this year” One person preparing for today’s event is Margaret Breslau who last year helped lead a March for Science in Blacksburg Virginia that attracted more than 900 people This year she’s not sure how many people might show up and she expects the tone of the march to be different Instead of focusing on science “with a big S” she says she expects speakers and marchers to focus more on how the work scientists do affects social issues Speakers for example plan to read statements from incarcerated people about the environmental and health conditions in prisons There’s also likely to be discussion about a controversial local pipeline project and climate change “For me it’s not just speaking out against the people and administrations denying science and defunding science and discrediting science” says Breslau who chairs Blacksburg’s Coalition for Social Justice “I also want people to know that people are impacted every day by science for better or worse Science has incredible power I think a lot of scientists probably do factor this in but there has to be a human good” She credits March for Science organizers with maintaining communications since last year’s event “They’ve been very good about it” she says “I found they’ve stayed engaged and that’s really important You have a lot of power in your hands when you do a national march and keeping the energy up and the education is hard I just can’t imagine They’ve kept me engaged” And she doesn’t see this year’s march as the end of her engagement “We have to keep building on what happens” Breslau says “As long as scientists are being silenced and cuts to education and programs [are happening] … you just have to keep going that’s all” —Catherine Matacic Marches make a statement in the Philippines Africa and Europe Large and small events are underway around the globe Click here to see a map of all the scheduled March for Science events Twitter is a good place to see what’s happening on the ground: Not even the rain could stop science allies to ‘pour’ onto the streets of Kampala to #marchforscience @ScienceAlly @nbstv pictwittercom/Tah54IxPYH — Nassib Mugwanya (@nmugwanya) April 14 2018 Agham-Advocates of Science &Technology for the People joined other scientists in holding the March for Science Philippines #marchforscience pictwittercom/4dMNvKvBqr — Agham Youth UPManila (@aghamyouth_upm) April 23 2017 It is amazing how UKZN staff students and various stakeholders have come in numbers to support the March for Science which starts at Durban City Hall pictwittercom/alpN4EDOMI — University of KZN (@UKZN) April 14 2018 maintaining commitments, and deeply worried by, will turn this rich heritage into a joke.

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