March for Science

On April 22, hundreds of thousands of you put your support for science on display at marches across the country and around the world. But the work didn’t end there! Over the past week, you took action to inform your communities, your leaders, and your peers about the important role science plays in our society.

During the Week of Action, you shared your messages of support for science with:

  • All 100 U.S. Senators
  • 415 of 438 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
  • 49 out of 50 U.S. Governors and State Legislatures

The week of action may be over, but it’s never too late to raise your voice in support of science. In case you missed it last week, here are a few things you can do NOW to advocate for science!

As the movement continues to grow, stay tuned for new ways to organize and advocate in support of science. You can see the summary of our week of action below, check out highlights from Twitter here, and check out the threads for each hashtag. You can also donate here to keep the momentum going!


On Sunday, we asked you to share your favorite memories, signs, and stories from the March for Science.


On Monday, you promoted science education in your communities and shared your earliest science memories and inspirations.


On Tuesday, we helped register new voters and provided resources to reduce your carbon footprint while you let the United Nations know why you marched for science and shared the impact that science has had on YOUR lives.


On Wednesday, you shared the ways you do science outside of the lab and break down barriers for budding scientists and innovators.

THURSDAY#SciComm & #ShareYourScience

On Thursday, you helped bridge the divide between the scientific community and the broader public by sharing stories of your science and how science has impacted you.


On Friday, you continued your advocacy and shared your ideas on where you hope the future of science will take us.

SATURDAY #ScienceInAction

On our last day of action, you supported science in your community and showed us how you’re building the movement across the country.

– The March for Science Team