March for Science Sacramento

Back Event Apr 22, 2017 @ 10 am

Science is for everyone. And so is the March. People who care about logic and evidence, fans of science and the benefits of science, and scientists will march and rally at the Capitol in Sacramento on Saturday, April 22. 

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@SacScienceMarch Facebook

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March for Science Sacramento is one of over 500 satellite marches being held in conjunction with the national March for Science on Washington DC. The mission of these marches is to celebrate a passion for science and to support and safeguard the use of science and the scientific community. The goals for the marches include advocating for open, inclusive, and accessible science, affirming scientific research as an essential part of a working democracy and, of course, supporting scientists. 

“We know that good science can make the world better; better policies, better investments, deeper understanding, wonder, and curiosity. We want to inspire scientists and regulators who feel under attack to keep working for the public good; to inspire communities to develop and support leaders who care about how things really work; to inspire people to recognize the cumulative contributions of science in their lives; and to inspire people to make science as diverse, inclusive, connected, and helpful as it can be,” say March for Science Sacramento lead organizers Megan Fidell and James Nachbaur. “The March for Science is a chance for people who support scientific research and evidence-based decisions to take a public stand.”

March Location and Route:

  • 10 AM- Southside Park, between 6th & 8th and T & W Streets, Sacramento. Marchers gather, with speakers to follow 
  • 12 PM- March to the Capitol From Southside Park, west on T to 5th St. North on 5th to Capitol. East on Capitol.
  • 1 PM- Rally at the Capitol West Steps with scientists, speakers, music, kids area and information on taking action for science

For more information about the Sacramento March for Science, click here. For information on the National March for Science and other satellite marches, click here