The second “March for Science” is happening across the globe on Saturday. Last year’s edition drew out some 1.1 million scientists, students, and other supporters of evidence-based policy making. Organizers are expecting a much smaller turnout today, but events in support of the march are taking place all over the world.
Let’s start from the bottom—in Antartica:
— AWI Media (@AWI_Media) April 14, 2018
Mother Jones‘s Jeremy Schulman is on the ground at the main rally in Washington, DC, where he’s already spotted some noteworthy protest signs.
— Jeremy Schulman (@jeremyschulman) April 14, 2018
You can watch a live stream of the rally below: