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This is the subreddit of the 2017 March for Science at Washington, D.C. Being a scientist is not necessary to participate! All you need is an appreciation for science and a desire to communicate to our elected officials the importance of science to Americans.
The march will be held on April 22, 2017!
Submissions should pertain to the current status and direction of science policy in the United States.
Be polite to your fellow scientists and science advocates. Abide by common reddiquette, and do not post personal information.
Posts will undoubtedly be political, but please try to keep the tone nonpartisan.
Follow all rules of Reddit.
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