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The Impact of Science Activism and Marches

What role can ordinary citizens have in ensuring scientific programs and studies retain funding? YES! Magazine’s  Susan Gleason speaks with Steven Miller, one of the magazine’s Senior Editors, about stepped up activism outlined in the recent article After the March for Science, Keep Moving. They discuss why science cannot be silent.


Seattle’s March for Science

One of many groups troubled by the Trump administration’s policies is Scientists. On April 22nd, scientists around the nation are marching for science. One of the organizers for Seattle’s March for Science is Dr. Jennifer Pang, and she spoke with KBCS’s Ruth Bly about Saturday’s local march.

I’m So Dizzy” by J Mark Dodds is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0