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Resisting President Trump with a March for Science

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On April 22nd, the March for Science was held in hundreds of cities around the world. Robin Lopez, a young climate change researcher from Richmond, California, helped organize the San Francisco rally, which drew 50,000 people to show their support for scientific research and scientists. Lopez felt motivated to get involved and be a part of this historic movement because of the Trump administration's policies on immigration and science, particularly around climate change.

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