Meet at 1 PM at one of three locations:
Four Corners of Law (Corner of Broad & Meeting)
- Bring a water bottle
- Consider wearing a nametag with your name, science interest, and zip code. (The zip code lets our legislators know we're their constituents)
- Display a non-partisan, science-related sign.
- Share your participation on social media with the hashtags #sciencemarch #marchforscience and #marchforscienceCHS.
- Have fun and be patient!
Arrive at 2:00 PM
at Liberty Square near the SC Aquarium
The March for Science is an international movement, led by organizers distributed around the globe. This movement is taking place because of the simultaneous realization by thousands of people who value science in their lives that staying silent is no longer an option. There are marches being planned across the United States and internationally.
Email us: email@example.com. You'll get march updates as we have them!
Follow us on Twitter: @marchforscienceCHS
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Download and print the March for Science Flyer in color to post or to send it by email. Special thanks to @IcarusImagery for this beautiful flyer!
Join us, whatever side the aisle you prefer. If you're a scientist - or just love science - we want you to be with us! We'll let our Senators and Representatives know we think science is important and should be respected and fully funded. Take action! Tweet our SC Senators and your representative, and let them know you'll be standing up for science on April 22!
The March for Science Charleston is an event by and for the people! Donate now to help pay for marketing for the event. Donations will show as American Humanist Association. Any funds remaining after March for Science –Charleston bills are paid will go to the wonderful Lowcountry STEM Collaborative. They publicize and organize STEM activities around the Lowcountry and produce the Lowcountry STEM Festival.
On April 22, 2017 - Earth Day - we will unite as the March for Science.
The March for Science is an unprecedented gathering of people joining together to acknowledge the very real role that science plays in each of our lives, along with the need to respect and actively support research - and researchers - that provide insights and new discoveries about our world.
Science protects the health of our communities, the safety of our families, the education of our children, and the foundation of our economy. Science equips us with the necessary tools to build the brightest future for ourselves - along with the generations after us.
We march because science is everywhere, and affects everyone. We speak up now because the relationship of science to a prosperous democracy is at risk. When science is threatened, so is the society that scientists uphold, protect and serve.
On April 22, 2017, join us as we celebrate and defend science around the world!