Organizers say Saturday's demonstration in Los Angeles is expected to be the second largest in the country after Washington, D.C. Demonstrators are expected to march throughout downtown Los Angeles amid 90-degree temperatures.
People of all nationalities and ages attended, including babes in arms, on shoulders and in strollers. "We need as many people as possible to be educated in the sciences".
Demonstrators carried signs reading "We love experts - those with evidence" and "Science not Silence" for the march from Humboldt University toward the Brandenburg Gate, led by mayor Michael Mueller and the leaders of the city's universities.
There were plenty of signs to save the ice for the polar bears and penguins, the proverbial canaries in the coal mine for humans since a warmer planet means rising seas, destroying seacoasts and making it more hard for humans and agriculture to survive. Many signs focused on President Trump and his administration's proposed budget cuts to the national institute of health.
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There was union participation, from nurses to San Francisco's engineer and scientists' union. Science is worldwide because it is part of nature.
The science marches come on the 47th anniversary of Earth Day.
Speakers will include seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones, Congressman Brad Sherman and representatives from most of the Los Angeles area's colleges and universities.
Scientists said they were anxious about political and public rejection of established science such as climate change and the safety of vaccine immunizations. "The truth is we should have been marching for science 30 years ago, 20 years, 10 years ago", said co-organizer and public health researcher Caroline Weinberg.