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A Movement in Motion Stays in Motion.
The March for Science was a tremendous success with early turnout estimates of 10,000 or more. But March for Science Atlanta is so much more than just a march! It’s a movement by the people and for the people based on Science advocacy. So where will the March For Science go from here?
- Reach out to Georgia communities and provide education with a focus on the Science that impacts Georgia residents.
- Hold Georgia policy-makers accountable for their decisions when in direct conflict with subject matter experts.
- Continue to celebrate Science in Georgia!
Our team will be sharing more details of what to expect in the coming months, so stay tuned and visit Science Marches On!
An opinion by John Bruce Carver, PhD. Reproduced, with permission, from his blog: johnjustthinking.com Posted on August 13, 2013 by...
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There are 45 days, 15 hours, and 31 minutes until we March for Science in the streets of Atlanta! We still have so much left to do to prepare, and WE NEED YOUR HELP!