Scientists Join the Global Climate Strike
Over the last year, millions of school climate strikers have been leaving their classrooms every Friday. Young people have woken ...Read article
Happy summer, Science Marchers! Thank you for being part of the largest grassroots community of science advocates in the world. ...Read article
Happy summer, Science Marchers! Thank you for being part of the largest grassroots community of science advocates in the world. ...Read Article
From Antarctica to the North Pole, from under the sea to the top of Mt. Everest, whether alone or alongside thousands, over one million people worldwide have taken to the streets to March for Science – and each of them has a story to tell.
We knew something was wrong with our water. It was brown, and it smelled weird and tasted gross. It would burn my skin and give me and my family rashes.
Over 8000 kids under age six were exposed to lead. Listen to me: when we don't believe in science, and especially when our government doesn't believe in science, kids get hurt. That's what happened in Flint.
For the sake of Flint Kids and for kids all over this world, I march for Science.Buy the book
Flint, MI, USA
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