The Fights to Protect Science, People and Planet Are Inherently Connected
The election of Donald Trump has sparked an unprecedented outpouring of public mobilization across the United States and around the world. From the Women’s March to rallies against the Muslim Ban, people are demonstrating creative and powerful ways to take action, in Washington, D.C. and beyond, to resist Trump and fight for the world they want. This April, two powerful mobilizations will take place in D.C. and around the world, one to stand up for science and truth, the next to defend our climate, jobs, and justice.
Source: The Fights to Protect Science, People and Planet Are Inherently Connected | By Lucky Tran, Jamie Henn | Common Dreams