Here are some awesome signs from the second March for Science


<em>People holding signs at last year’s March for Science.</em>

For the second year in a row, people around the world joined together to voice their support for science. Although the second March for Science wasn’t as well-attended as last year, according to CNN, over 200 demonstrations took place across the globe, from cities all over the US to Europe to India to Africa.

The first March for Science, which happened last April, was organized as the scientific community grew increasingly concerned over the White House’s anti-science stances — like imposing gag orders on government scientists, meeting with anti-vaxxers, and proposing deep budget cuts for scientific research. Over a year into Donald Trump’s presidency, things haven’t gotten better. Trump keeps denying climate change is real. Meanwhile,…

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