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March for Science

The March for Science is taking place on April 22, Earth Day, in Washington, DC and around the world.

For those of you joining us in DC, we would love to see you! We will be gathering on the Ellipse (at this location) at 1 p.m. on Saturday March 22. We will have “Science is Public Health” signs, and will be partnering with APHA, who will have APHA signs. Make sure you say hi and get some swag from us! We’ll have “This is Public Health” buttons and stickers.

Please check twitter for updates – if we have to make any changes.

Not sure what to wear? We’ve got you covered! This is Public Health March for Science Merchandise.

Not sure what to carry while you march? Download and print our signs:

Tag us and use #thisispublichealth and #marchforscience on social media.

From the March for Science:

The March for Science is a celebration of science. It’s not only about scientists and politicians; it is about the very real role that science plays in each of our lives and the need to respect and encourage research that provides insight into the world.

The March for Science champions and defends science and scientific integrity, but it is a small step in the process toward encouraging the application of science in policy. The most effective way to protect science is to encourage the public to value and invest in it.