How do you have a political movement for science when science is supposed to be politically neutral? What does good science education mean for the 21st century? I’ve been an activist for science and education outside the academic world for 13 years, and I’ve got some valuable advice.
Someone organized an anti-Trump protest for the March 4 Trump Rally in Phoenix. Hundreds of people said they were going to go. Then the FaceBook event page disappeared mysteriously. Two protesters showed up anyway, and this is what they found…
Anti-abortion protesters came to the Planned Parenthood in Tempe, AZ with a message of defunding Planned Parenthood. Hundreds of protesters came out in support of Planned Parenthood.
Hundreds of people came to Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport on January 29th, 2017, to protest Trump’s travel ban. Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton came out to support the protest and declared the executive order unconstitutional.
Hundreds of people came to the Arizona State Capitol on January 28th to protest Trump’s order to resume building the Dakota Access Pipeline across the Standing Rock reservation.
Cat Mac covers the Indigo Girls’ Closer to Fine at the Arizona State Capitol during the Women’s March on Washington.
20,000 people came to the March on the Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona, and 3 million people participated worldwide. By some measurements the first full day of Trump’s presidency was the beginning of a bigger protest than the Revolutionary War, because the entire population of the United States in 1776 was only 2.5 million. A woman’s place is in the resistance!
Music by Wagner– Ride of the Valkyries, Beethoven– 5th Symphony, and Mendelsen– Midsummer Night’s Dream. May you never hear them the same way again.
Anti-abortion activists protest at the Planned Parenthood in Tempe every Saturday morning. Planned Parenthood Supporters come out to drown them out and support women’s health care.