March for Science

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Downloadable signs: Print 'em and share 'em!

On Earth Day, April 22, Center for Biological Diversity scientists and other staff will join the March for Science in Washington, D.C., and other cities around the country. We'll be marching to defend the Endangered Species Act, stand up for climate science, and support all those oppressed by the policies of the Republican-led Congress and Trump administration.
We hope you'll also take part in this international day of action by joining a science march near you in solidarity with the Center. Here's how:

1. Find a march near you. Invite your friends, family and community to participate too.


2. Take a message of conservation and environmental protection with you. We've created these templates for signs:

March For Science sign

Download and print this sign — and write why you stand with science.

March For Science sign

Download and print this sign (obviously for scientists only!) — and write why you stand with science.

 

 

 

 

 

At a loss for words? Here are some suggestions:

  • I march for endangered species.
  • I march for [insert your favorite imperiled species here: wolves, bees, monarchs].
  • I stand with science because endangered species need it to survive.
  • I stand with science because climate change is not an alt-fact.

3. Share your message on social media. Post a photo or video about why you're participating in the march. Make sure to add a hashtag like #ScienceMarch, #MarchForScience, or #ActualLivingScientist. We want to see you and hear what you have to say, so tag us in your post (@centerforbiodiv on Twitter and Instagram, “Center for Biological Diversity” on Facebook).
We look forward to marching with you on April 22 for science and wildlife, the environment, climate and justice.

Banner image from March for Science website