The March for Science is on.

Tens of thousands of participants attended the march Saturday in Washington, D.C. — and in hundreds of other cities worldwide — to rally in the name of science.

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  • 8,000 attendees in Cleveland according to Fox 8
    http://fox8.com/2017/04/22/thousands-gather-for-march-for-science-rally-downtown/
    “Science not silence: It’s a message nearly 8,000 people gathered in Public Square to rally behind Saturday during the city’s first March for Science.

    “Science has been under attack for a few years now,” said Dr. Evalyn Gates, the CEO of Cleveland’s Museum of Natural History. “There are proposed funding cuts that we think would do immeasurable harm.” … “

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