Why the American Anthropological Association Marches for Science

April 10, 2017 Samantha Green

On Earth Day, April 22, hundreds of cities around the world will host the March for Science. More than a hundred organizations have signed on as official partners for this global endeavor. One of these is the American Anthropological Association.

Watch below as Ed Liebow, Exective Director, explains why the AAA will be marching and how science is a “pillar of a just and sustainable society.”

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Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from other societies on why they choose to march. For more on the American Anthropological Association’s activities, check out their Facebook event for the March for Science and visit their website

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Samantha Green

Society Marketing, Wiley // Samantha Green joined Wiley in 2012, working in the Social Science and Humanities Community Marketing team at Wiley. She now works in the Society Strategy & Marketing creating content on publishing trends and the research community.

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