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I Never Thought I'd Be Marching For Science

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I have marched against police brutality and mass incarceration, and for black lives. I have marched against pipelines and for sane climate policy. I have marched for women, for a living wage, and for immigrants and refugees. But I had never helped organize a march. And of all the causes, I never, ever thought my first would be science.





And now here I am, volunteering as national co-director of partnerships and a member of the diversity committee for the March for Science

From Scientific American
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