Why We March for Science

April 28, 2017 Samantha Green

On April 22nd of this year, more than 600 cities hosted Marches for Science. We were proud to support our society partners, authors, and researchers as they defend science around the world.

The activities of the March for Science and its satellite marches are an important first step, but the missions of our society partners extend beyond April 22nd. Working together with a few of the official March for Science partners, we’ve put together a report about advocacy resources for societies.

Download Building Momentum: Advocacy Resources for Societies here.

At the March in DC, we hosted a few of our partners and editors at a breakfast to fuel up for the day ahead. Rain clouds loomed large outside, but the atmosphere inside was cheery and warm. Check out the video below, to see a few of the highlights:

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About the Author

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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