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Announcement :: Organizing
Boston - March for Science Rally - Columbus Park N. End 14 April 1pm
14 Apr 2018
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Greater Boston PSR is proud to be sponsoring the 2018 March for Science in Boston, and we're hoping to see you there!

The theme of this year's Boston March is "Science Strikes Back!" The focus will shift from defending attacks on scientific credibility (the theme of last year's March) to being proactive—advocating for science-based public policy, and getting more people involved in science. In particular, the spotlight will be on climate change, where the science so needs to be heard.

Join us as we rally in Boston's Christopher Columbus Park on Saturday, April 14th from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. There will be speakers and information about how science impacts our lives and informs public policy. Look for GBPSR's table! Following the rally, attendees will be encouraged to advocate for climate-related bills in the Massachusetts legislature with a call-in day later in April and a State House advocacy day in May.

There are several good reasons that Greater Boston PSR is supporting this event and we think you will find great value in it, too. Please join us, and bring your friends and family.

Where: Christopher Columbus Park, Boston

When: Saturday, April 14, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

What: Speakers, tables, playground, waterfront, friendly people

How: Blue Line—Aquarium Station Orange Line—Haymarket or State St stations

Why: Because science deserves our energetic support!

Sincerely,

Anna Linakis Baker, MPH
GBPSR Executive Directorv

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