What It Was Like To March For Science

Scenes from the March for Science in Washington, D.C.

It was a rainy day in Washington, D.C.but that didn’t stop thousands from gathering on the National Mall to voice their support for science.

The March for Science in Washington was one of nearly 500 marches around the world scheduled on April 22, 2017Earth Day. Science Friday‘s Danielle Dana was on the ground to get a sense of what it was like.

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Danielle Dana is Science Friday’s executive director (a.k.a. scary boss). She’s also a huge Mets fan and Giants fan. She hates zucchini, unless it’s zucchini bread.

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