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Science march film will turn on scientists turned political candidates, leaders

Posted: Nov. 20, 2017 | Tags: Larry Kirkman, March on Science, Protest for Science

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Frontline protesters, including Bill Nye, "The Science Guy," at the March for Science in Washington, D.C. on April 22, 2017.

 

March for Science and Public Policy 11/27 from Larry Kirkman on Vimeo.

“Preponderance of Evidence,” a documentary about the impact of the April 22 March on Science, will tell stories about scientists who want to counter the Trump administration’s war on science.

The film will feature footage of thousands of marchers trekking in rainy conditions toward Capitol Hill protesting policies of the new president, who cast doubt about climate change and vaccines ...

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