We want to convey our warmest thanks to the hundreds of you who participated at venues worldwide in this past weekend’s March For Science!
While those of us in Washington, DC came away a little soggy from the rain, it certainly didn’t dampen our enthusiasm, and the DC drizzle was more than compensated for by the bright sunshine elsewhere. We were gratified and proud to see the outstanding and highly visible Paleontological Society presence in so many different locations, and the collective global statement about the importance and impact of science certainly left an indelible message. And we enjoyed and appreciated joining forces with the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, to provide a united paleontological front!
We’re aware of media coverage at several websites of the Society’s presence at the March for Science, and are setting up this site provide a record of our participation. We encourage you to submit additional links, or your own photos and videos that capture the day, so that we can develop a comprehensive record and, with it, a significant statement in its own right about our commitment to the future of science. Submissions should be sent directly to PS web manager, Amber Frederick.
All best wishes,
Mary Droser and Arnie Miller
Karl Flessa at Live Science: Click Here
Karl Flessa guest column in the Arizona Daily Star: Click Here
Mary Droser at The Intercept: Click Here
Brian Huber at Inverse : Click Here
A picture of several PS members in the photo album at The Scientist: Click Here
Roy Plotnick in The Forward: Click Here
Arnie Miller in story and video for China Global Television Network:Click Here
March For Science Photo Gallery