March for Science - Denver (Official), Denver, Saturday, 22. April 2017


There will be activities in Civic Center Park from 9am-2pm, a wide variety of scientific organizations and members of the community at large will be participation in a teach-in throughout the event. We will call for the crowd to gather at the Amphitheatre at 9:40am for general announcements, and will begin to march around 10am.

Please check the weather forecast before heading out the door, and be prepared.

Parking will be limited, we are encouraging use of public transportation, car pooling, walking, and cycling when possible! (please refrain from cycling on the event grounds, and on the march route itself).

Science benefits and impacts every aspect of humanity including healthcare, technology and the environment. The public depends on peer-reviewed studies to help shape policy for the betterment of future generations. We welcome individuals from all walks of life to join those who embrace science, dedicate their professions to research and value the processes that inform evidence-based inquiry.

Additional details on the March will be forthcoming.

Mission Statement:

The March for Science champions publicly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity. We unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that upholds the common good and for policymakers to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest.


Scientists have voiced concern over many issues - gag orders for government science agencies, funding freezes and reversing science based policies. We recognize that these changes will differently and disproportionately affect minority scientists, science advocates and the global communities impacted by these changes in American policies. Addressing these issues is imperative in understanding how recent developments will affect all people.

We must work to make science available to everyone and encouraging individuals of all backgrounds to pursue science careers. A diverse group of scientists produces increasingly diverse research, which broadens, strengthens and enriches scientific inquiry, and therefore, our understanding of the world.

Saturday, 22. April 2017, Denver, March for Science - Denver (Official)

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