Teach-in & March for Science Richmond, VA

Calling all scientists, researchers, lab techs, engineers, environmentalists, activists, students, educators, doctors, nurses anyone and everyone who has an abiding love for science, logic and reason looking to combat the anti-science, anti-climate change, anti-humanitarian agenda of the new administration.

As promised, more information…

March for Science-Richmond, VA invites you to a community teach-in at Gallery 5 (200 W Marshall St) on April 22nd from 11 am-3 pm. The event will be a great way to plug into local organizations, take part in discussions, make friends and stay engaged long after the march. We hope to see everyone there!
Talks and speakers include:

12:00 PM “Why Don’t We Have a Cure for Cancer” by Dr.
Sarmistha Talukdar

12:30 PM “A Spectrum of Allies Workshop” Phil with No ACP

1:00 PM “Environmental Racism, Climate Change & The Anthropocene” by Dr. Jesse Goldstein

1:30 PM “The Chemistry of Climate Change” by Dr. Bill Slavin

2:00 PM “Questioning Ideas from Enlightenment Science” by Liz Canfield

2:30 PM “Protesting Basics- Know Your Rights” by Sarah M., trained by the NLG

Organizations that will be tabling include:

Nationz Foundation

Chesapeake Climate Action Network


ASH, Antifa Seven Hills

The Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project

**more organizations will be announced soon**
The event is free, open to the public and kid-friendly. Some refreshments will be provided.

For the march, we’ll meet at 5:30 pm in nearby Abner Clay Park (Brook Rd & W Clay St)