Get your March on in style
Show your nerd cred by purchasing your own March For Science gear here. 100% of the proceeds support the March For Science.
After the March
Just because the march is over doesn't mean there isn't more to do! The need to advocate for funding of scientific programs and fact-based policies does not stop after April 22! We believe continued education and activism is the key to success. Here are some ideas about how to stay involved:
- Are you registered to vote? if not, go here and register! if you are, do you vote in all elections — even local races when there is no presidential candidate on the ballot? Local elections traditionally have a lower turn-out which means your vote counts even more!
- Learn about the upcoming environmental legislation, healthcare legislation, or budget resolutions. Then contact your representatives and let them know the facts.
- Support Science Education Volunteer at a science based event such as the upcoming Washington State Science Olympiad.
- Start a group Gather the group you marched with and follow the blueprint created by the official Women’s March team, which walks you through ten different actions for the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency.
- Educate yourself and your friends Make sure you know the facts, not just someone's interpretation of the facts. Go to the source. Pick an issue you care about and become an expert. Then, share what you've learned. (And remember, sometimes what we 'know' can change with new data.)
- And remember...
An educated citizenry is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people.