We accept the following as provisionally true:
- The Earth is becoming warmer due to human action.
- The diversity of life arose by evolution.
- An American government that ignores science to pursue ideological agendas threatens not only the environment of which humans are a part, but America itself.
- Scientific research in the United States is underfunded.
- Politicians who devalue expertise risk making decisions that do not reflect reality.
Who can participate:
Science is a methodology and a way of thinking. Anyone who uses and values these tools for understanding the world, not just professional scientists, may participate.
How can I help?
We are still in the very early stages of organizing this event. We need all the help we can get, especially from people with expertise in the following areas:
- Web Design
- Logo/Graphic design
- Law, incorporation of a not-for-profit
- Public relations and media relations
- Social media management
- Organizing large events
- Acquiring permits in DC
- Contacts with possible speakers
You don’t need to be a professional scientist to participate. Just send an email to: email@example.com, and please let us know how you can help.
How can I donate?
You can’t yet. We’re working on figuring out a legal framework that will allow you to donate.
When will it be?
We’re still in the very earliest stages. The date will be announced as soon as it is available.
Isn’t science apolitical?
Yes. Scientists, however are not. The march is non-partisan, however it is intended to have an impact on policy makers.