Seattle March for Science Photograph Collection, 2017-2018  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Collector
University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections
Title
Seattle March for Science Photograph Collection
Dates
2017-2018 (inclusive)
2017 (bulk)
Quantity
555 digital photographs
Collection Number
PH1478
Summary
Photographs from the Seattle March for Science, 2017 and 2018
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is entirely digital and can be viewed only on the Libraries' Digital Collections website.

Languages
English


Historical BackgroundReturn to Top

The 2017 Seattle March for Science occurred on April 22, 2017. This date was chosen because April 22 is also Earth Day. According to organizers, as many as 20,000 people attended the march, which began at 10 a.m. in Cal Anderson Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The march culminated at the International Fountain at the Seattle Center. The March for Science in Seattle was one of more than 500 similar marches taking place across the United States. Demonstrators marched in support of “robustly funded and publicly communicated science and evidence as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity” and also called “for science that upholds the common good, and for political leaders and policymakers to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest”, according to a statement put out by march organizers. Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Seattle Mayor Ed Murray came out to show their support.

The 2018 march occurred on April 14, 2018.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Photographs of the Seattle March for Science on April 22, 2017 (bulk) and April 14, 2018.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Alternative Forms Available

View the collection on the Libraries' Digital Collections website

Restrictions on Use

Creator's copyrights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

2017 MarchReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Jamie Colman Photographs
electronic_file item
Online ColmanJ1
 Transportation worker Jessica Kim, near Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on badge reads: "Jessica Kim, Transportation, March for Science"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ2 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ3
 Rhino Ride model rhino near Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Be gentle; RhinoRide.org"Rhino Ride works "To raise awareness of the current crisis facing the diminishing population of rhinos and to empower the next generation to speak up and act out in support of anti-poaching efforts and rhino protection" (Rhino Ride Facebook page).
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ4 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ5
 Two young demonstrators with banner for Grey Matters neuroscience journal, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Grey Matters; The University of Washington Undergraduate Neuroscience Journal"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ6
 Demonstrator seated next to a sign reading "She blinded me" propped against a tree Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "She blinded me" [with various chemical symbols and drawings of molecules]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ7 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ8
 Defenders of Wildlife members at the organization's booth, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Defenders of Wildlife. Dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities." [with Defenders of Wildlife logo and image of Mount Rainier]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ9
 Sign depicting an image from the Dr. Seuss story "The Lorax," Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts: Dr. Seuss character the Lorax floating over a monument reading "Unless"The Lorax is a 1971 book by Dr. Seuss. The story addresses issues of corporate greed, resource depletion, and environmental damage. When the last tree is felled, the Lorax, who was the protector of the trees, leaves behind a monument reading “Unless,” which the business owner character interprets to mean, “Unless someone like you care a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ10
 Demonstrators in tie-dye shirts holding "Respect your mother" and "Clean water, air, soil, and energy!" signs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Respect your mother" [with image of green arm wrapped around Earth with only the oceans filled in]; "Clean water, air, soil, and energy!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ11
 Sign reading "Counting on science to help my species avoid extinction," Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Counting on science to help my species avoid extinction"Text on political button reads: "Unpaid protestor #resist"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ12
 Demonstrator's "Because science!" socks, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: "Because science!" [with image of atom]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ13 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ14 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ15 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ16 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ17 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ18
 Three demonstrators with March for Science signs wearing white capes, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Climate change doesn't care if you believe" [with March for Science image of two people observing orcas]; "Facts - not fascism!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ19
 March for Science banner hanging near fence, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March for Science" [with central image of the Space Needle and an atom, surrounded by images representing various scientific branches and concepts]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ20
 "We otter protect it!" sign depicting an otter swimming with Earth, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We otter protect it!" [with image of otter swimming with Earth]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ21
 Two demonstrators wearing white coats with "Inspire" and "Science - Because not dying is cool!" written on their backs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: "Inspire" [letters inside boxes to represent elements of the periodic table; with infinity symbol underneath]; "Science - Because not dying is cool!" [with image of microscope]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ22 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ23
 Pins promoting science attached to the pocket of a white coat, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on buttons reads: "Science is awesome"; "Read. Question. Think. www.andreabeaty.com"; "March for Science, 4.22.2017"Andrea Beaty is a children's author from Illinois. She has written the series The Questioneers, "A celebration of STEM, perserverance, and passion" (questioneers.com). "Read. Question. Think." is the series' tagline.
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ24
 Two demonstrators with variety of "#ScienceMatters" signs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Science trumps ignorance! #ScienceMatters"; "Science is not a liberal conspiracy. #ScienceMatters #Resist"; "Climate change your attitude! #ScienceMatters"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ25 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ26
 Demonstrator with sign reading "I'm a privileged straight white male, and even I'm outraged," Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm a privileged straight white male, and even I'm outraged" [with images of a tax form, Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Earth held by a pair of hands, and an atom with three beakers at its center]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ27 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ28 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ29 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ30
 Demonstrator wearing "Science is not a liberal conspiracy" shirt and holding a sign reading "What do we want? Science-based public policy. When do we want it? After peer review!" Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "What do we want? Science-based public policy. When do we want it? After peer review!"Text on clothing reads: "Science is not a liberal conspiracy"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ31
 "[Pi] is all the irrationality I need" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "[Pi symbol] is all the irrationality I need"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ32
 Demonstrator wearing neck brace and carrying "Science is my only hope for a cure" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science is my only hope for a cure"Text on clothing reads: "I'm too flexy for my shirt. So flexy it hurts"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ33 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ34 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ35 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ36
 "Make America think again!" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Make America think again!"The construction of “Make [__] great again” or “Make America [__] again” is often used as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again," abbreviated to MAGA, was a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ37
 "Science. We all depend on it." sign depicting a polar bear on floating ice, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science. We all depend on it." [with image of polar bear standing on floating ice surrounded by water]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ38
 "True science trumps fake science" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "True science trumps fake science"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ39
 Sign reading "Be a citizen. Read. Question. Think." above an image of Andrea Beaty's Questioneers, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Be a citizen. Read. Question. Think." [with image of Andrea Beaty's Questioneers]Andrea Beaty is a children's author from Illinois. She has written the series The Questioneers, "A celebration of STEM, perserverance, and passion" (questioneers.com). "Read. Question. Think." is the series' tagline.
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ40 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ41 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ42 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ43 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ44
 Very young demonstrator with "Love for future generations" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Love for future generations" [with O replaced by an image of the earth with two purple handprints overlaid]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ45 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ46 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ47 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ48
 Doug flag flying above demonstrators, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
The Doug flag (alternately the Cascadian flag, Cascadia Doug flag, or “Old Doug”) is an unofficial flag of the Cascadia bioregion. It features a Douglas fir on a field of blue, white, and green horizontal stripes.
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ49 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ50 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ51 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ52 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ53 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ54 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ55 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ56 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ57 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ58 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ59 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ60 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ61 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ62 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ63 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ64 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ65 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ66 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ67 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ68 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ69 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ70 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ71
 Highlighted March for Science signs and Doug flag among marchers, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "March for Science" [with image of orca]; "March for Science" [with image of wind turbines]The Doug flag (alternately the Cascadian flag, Cascadia Doug flag, or “Old Doug”) is an unofficial flag of the Cascadia bioregion. It features a Douglas fir on a field of blue, white, and green horizontal stripes.
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ72
 "Science is in our DNA" and "Fuck Trump and his tiny hands!" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Science is in our DNA"; "Fuck Trump and his tiny hands!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ73
 "Science saves lives" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science saves lives!" [with four hearts]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ74 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ75
 "Save the Earth; it's our only source of chocolate and coffee," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Save the Earth; it's our only source of chocolate and coffee"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ76 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ77 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ78
 Group of marchers wearing white hazmat suits and caution tape, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Climate change is real. Say no to alternative facts"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ79 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ80 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ81 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ82
 Two marchers carrying banner promoting Seattle Central College's S.P.A.C.E. Club, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Seattle Central College S.P.A.C.E. Club. Students Participating in Active Celestial Exploration. Mission: Promote interest in STEM and their applications through astronomy and space travel education and projects."
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ83 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ84
 Sign appealing for change in order to preserve future resources, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "An appeal for reason, for our kids, clean land, clean water, clean air" [with image of tree]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ85
 Smiling demonstrator in rain coat with sign reading "We will not be silent this spring!" Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We will not be silent this spring!" [with images of small birds]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ86
 "Science trumps ignorance! #ScienceMatters" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science trumps ignorance! #ScienceMatters"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ87
 Child in stroller with "March for Science" sign attached to the top, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March for Science" [with image combining the Space Needle and image of an atom]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ88
 Rainbow "Science: creates jobs, saves lives" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts: "Science" as a rainbow arc, with each letter a different color. Clouds at the ends read "Creates job" and "Saves lives"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ89
 "Worst. Cabinet. Ever." sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Worst. Cabinet. Ever." [with image of Comic Book Guy character from The Simpsons television show]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ90
 "Science is real! WTF is wrong with you?" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science is real! WTF is wrong with you?"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ91
 Young demonstrator with a polar bear hood holding sign reading "Science matters. Our future depends on it." Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science matters. Our future depends on it." [surrounded by child's drawings]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ92
 Marchers with "Think critically. Support science" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Think critically. Support science." [with "think" and "critically" inside brain-shaped silhouettes]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ93
 Marchers with American Chemical Society banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "American Chemical Society" [with ACS logo]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ94 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ95
 Sign reading "Hey Donald, the laws of physics cannot be repealed by executive order," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Hey Donald, the laws of physics cannot by repealed by executive order"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ96
 Young demonstrator holding sign reading "All six American Nobel Prize winners last year were immigrants," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "All six American Nobel Prize winners last year were immigrants" [with list of winners and their countries of origin]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ97 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ98
 "For science!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "For science!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ99 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ100
 Schools Under 2C banner reading "This school pledges to do its part in restricting global warming to under 2 degrees C." Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "This school pledges to do its part in restricting global warming to under 2 degrees C. schoolsunder2c.org" [with Schools Under 2C logo]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ101
 Demonstrator with "Unless" sign referencing Dr. Seuss's "The Lorax," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Unless" [with images of truffula trees from Dr. Seuss's "The Lorax" and logos for the National Park Service and the Alt National Park Service]The Lorax is a 1971 book by Dr. Seuss. The story addresses issues of corporate greed, resource depletion, and environmental damage. When the last tree is felled, the Lorax, who was the protector of the trees, leaves behind a monument reading “Unless,” which the business owner character interprets to mean, “Unless someone like you care a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ102
 Smiling marchers carrying "In our America: all people are equal, love wins, black lives matter, immigrants & refugees are welcome, disabilities are respected, women are in charge of their bodies, people & planet are valued over profit, diversity is celebrated" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "In our America: all people are equal, love wins, black lives matter, immigrants & refugees are welcome, disabilities are respected, women are in charge of their bodies, people & planet are valued over profit, diversity is celebrated"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ103
 "Science trumps belief" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science trumps belief" [with image of President Donald Trump in the water next to Noah's Ark underneath image of Charles Darwin holding a book in one hand and a bird in the other]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ104
 Demonstrator with sign reading "Climate change is real," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Climate change is real" [with drawing of Earth]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ105
 Banner for the Nature Conservancy in Washington, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The Nature Conservancy, Washington. United by nature. Guided by science."; "Science not ignorance"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ106
 "Kids know Trump = lies, science = truth!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Kids know Trump = lies, science = truth!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ107 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ108
 "Pussies for science" sign depicting a cat operating a microscope, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Pussies for science" [with drawing of cat operating a microscope]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ109 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ110 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ111
 Demonstrator carrying sign with floppy disk and compact disc attached, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "[Never?] forget" [with floppy disk and compact disc attached]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ112 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ113
 Sign reading, "Yo mamma is so hot she is about to experience desertification & rising sea levels," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Yo mamma is so hot she is about to experience desertification & rising sea levels"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ114
 Young demonstrators in white lab coats with sign depicting astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts: Line drawing of Neil deGrasse Tyson commonly used in internet memes
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ115 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ116 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ117
 Young demonstrator with sign reading "When I can vote in 3 years, I'm voting for these people," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "When I can vote in 3 years, I'm voting for these people" [with arrows pointing in all directions]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ118
 "There is no Planet B" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "There is no Planet B"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ119 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ120
 Demonstrator in wheelchair holding sign displaying the Center for Disease Control and Prevention logo next to the text "A better investment in American defense," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "A better investment is American defense" [with image of Center for Disease Control and Prevention logo]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ121 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ122
 350 Seattle banner carried beside large inflated globe, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "350 Seattle"; "Campaign backbone"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ123 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ124
 Narwhal sign above pro-science and education and anti-President Donald Trump signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Resist Trump. End gag order! Socialist Alternative"; "'Education is not the learning of facts, but training the mind to think.' - Albert Einstein"; "Plan to drain the swamp? Drill baby drill"; "Science is not a liberal conspiracy"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ125 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ126
 Sign for the Student Public Health Association at the University of Washington, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "SPHA, Student Public Health Association" [with University of Washington School of Public Health logo and SPHA's Northwest Indian Soul Catcher logo]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ127
 "In this house, we believe..." and "Science is wonderful!" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "In this house, we believe: Black lives matter, women's rights are human rights, no human is illegal, science is real, love is love, liberty and justice for all"; "Science is wonderful!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ128
 "Peer review - this is not what it means" sign with image of President Donald Trump dropping manuscripts tied to anvils off a dock, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: Peer review - this is not what it means" [with image of President Donald Trump dropping manuscripts tied to anvils off a dock]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ129 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ130
 "Believe Bill Nye! P.O.T.U.S.' brain is fact free" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Texto n sign reads: "Believe Bill Nye! P.O.T.U.S.' brain is fact free"Bill Nye, also known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is a science advocate and educator who has presented several television shows and appeared in popular media.
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ131 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ132
 "Don't fuck with my science" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Don't fuck with my science"; "Beakers not bombs"; "Peer reviewed, not politically reviewed"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ133
 Demonstrator with sign depicting a polar bear holding a sign reading "Let us now paws for a moment of science," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts: A polar bear holding a sign reading "Let us now paws for a moment of science"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ134
 "Science rules" sign with image of Bill Nye the Science Guy throwing a punch," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science rules" [with image of Bill Nye throwing a punch]Bill Nye, also known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is a science advocate and educator who has presented several television shows and appeared in popular media.
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ135
 Demonstrator in NASA shirt holding up sign reading "Representing ~4.5 billion years of science," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Representing ~4.5 billion years of science" [with image of Earth]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ136
 Sign reading "Resist" as part of a series of electrical symbols, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Resist" [integrated into electrical symbols]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ137
 University of Washington physics students marching with a banner and other pro-science signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "March for Science, UW Physics" [with image of Space Needle and atom symbol]; "Science is everywhere", "There's no such thing as clean coal"; "Explain your reasoning"; "Science is real"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ138 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ139 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ140 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ141 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ142
 Demonstrator carrying Spanish version of popular "In this house..." sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "En esta casa, creemos: Las vidas de los negros importan, los derechos de las mujeres son derechos humanos, ningun humano es ilegal, la ciencia es real, el agua es vida, en la libertad religiosa, amor es amor, la bondadlo es todo [translated from Spanish: In this house, we believe: Black lives matter, women's rights are human rights, no human is illegal, science is real, water is life, in freedom of religion, love is love, kindness is everything]"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ143
 "Women belong in the lab" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Women belong in the [image of crossed-out house] lab"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ144 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ145
 "Science can't be silenced!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science can't be silenced!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ146 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ147
 "I'm with her" sign displaying an image of Earth, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm with her" [with arrow pointing to image of Earth]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ148
 "Disolution is the solution to political polution" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Disolution is the solution to political polution"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ149
 "She deserved more" sign with an image of Earth, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "She deserved more" [with image of Earth]Text on clothing reads: "Terrific Science"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ150
 "Resist Trump!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Resist Trump!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ151
 Two marchers carrying banner for Ecologists Without Borders, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "ECOWB - Ecologists without borders"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ152
 Young marcher with "HIV won't cure itself!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "I [heart] vaccines, clean water, family planning, NIH, sane climate policy, public schools, evolution, orcas, Obamacare"; "HIV won't cure itself!"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ153 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ154 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ155
 Young demonstrator riding on adult's shoulders and holding sign reading "Future doctor," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Future doctor"; "I'm marching for...wildlife: marbled murrelets, spotted owls, gray wolves, killer whales, spotted frogs, Larch Mt. salamanders. They have no voice!"; "Future scientist"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ156
 "We need to declare a planetary emergency" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We need to declare a planetary emergency"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ157
 Two demonstrators with pro-science signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Science is not fake news"; "Science literacy is the artery through which the solutions of tomorrow's problems flow"
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ158 April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ159
 Black and yellow "Protect our pollinators" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect our pollinators" [with central image of bee and letter O's replaced with bees]
April 22, 2017
Online ColmanJ160 April 22, 2017
Anthony Fletcher Photograph
electronic_file item
Online FletcherT1 April 22, 2017
John Gerhard Photographs
electronic_file item
Online GerhardJ1
 Signs reading "Mental Health Matters!" and "Mathematicians for Equality", at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Mental Health Matters! Support psychological science"; "Mathematicians for Equality."
April 22, 2017
Online GerhardJ2
 Protesters holding signs with images of famous scientists, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Four demonstrators hold signs that each feature an image of a famous scientist. All four signs read "Real Heroes" and show the scientists Jaques Cousteau, Carl Sagan, Rachel Carson, and Bill Nye. Jacques-Yves Cousteau AC was a French naval officer, explorer, conservationist, filmmaker, innovator, scientist, photographer, author and researcher who studied the sea and all forms of life in water.Carl Edward Sagan was an American astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist, astrobiologist, author, science popularizer, and science communicator in astronomy and other natural sciences. He is best known for his work as a science popularizer and communicator.Rachel Louise Carson was an American marine biologist, author, and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement.William Sanford Nye, popularly known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is an American science communicator, television presenter, and mechanical engineer. He is best known as the host of the PBS children's science show Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993–1998), and for his many subsequent appearances in popular media as a science educator.
April 22, 2017
Online GerhardJ3
 Three demonstrators wearing costumes from Star Wars and holding signs, at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "She's no good to me dead [with an image of earth]"; "Down with mystical space wizards! Up with science based policy decisions! [with an image of Yoda from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "The empire cut the research budget too [with an image of an explosion scene from a Star Wars movie]." One demonstrator wears a rainbow shoulder patch.
April 22, 2017
Online GerhardJ4 April 22, 2017
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 Demonstrators marching behind a large banner covered in environmental symbols which reads "March for Science"; E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "March for Science"; "Science is not an alternative fact"; "Seattle Peace Chorus"; "Our world is beautiful, lets keep it that way"; "Let science guide policy, not greed. 150,000 children die every year from air pollution. Separation of church and state"; "Resist Trump."
April 22, 2017
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 Cascadian flag waving over protesters on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Water is life"; "Science is not a belief. It's true even if you don't like it"; "No one trumps the constitution"; "There's no such thing as planet b [with a drawing of the earth]"; "Resist Trump - No cuts to science! Socialist Alternative"; "Climate Change is not a liberal conspiracy." One demonstrator is waving a Cascadian flag. Cascadia is a bioregion that includes Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia.
April 22, 2017
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 Signs reading "True or False? Ask science", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "True or False? Ask Science"; "Observe. Pause. Act. Openness leads to discovery, free to data from all dogma"; "Chalk, the shell and bone of living matter and carbon burial. Sea rise trumps denial"; "There is no planet B [with an image of the earth]"; "Water makes coffee."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "TRUMP - The Reason USA Must Protest", on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science and facts are not optional"; "T - The, R- Reason, U - USA, M - Must, P - Protest"; "I'm with her [with an arrow pointing to a drawing of the earth]"; "Science is not a liberal conspiracy. I love science. Facts matter." “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Signs reading "No science, No beer" and "Science lets you live long and prosper", on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "23i9?4 $r-"; "No science, no beer"; "Science lets you live long and prosper"; "Resist Trump - No cuts to science! Socialist Alternative"; "This is my resting science face"; "Save your children - fund science."
April 22, 2017
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 Marchers wearing lab coats, gloves, and goggles marching behind a Seattle Police officer on a bicycle, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Save the bees, save the planet. Love your mother [with an image of the earth]"; "Science trumps lies"; "Science - not alternative facts"; "I failed science but that doesn't mean it's not real"; "Seattle Peace Chorus"; "The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it." Some demonstrators are wearing white lab coats.A large Cascadian flag is also being waved. Cascadia is a bioregion that includes Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia.
April 22, 2017
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 Four Seattle Police officers on bicycles riding ahead of the march, E. Pine St. at Westlake Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Nasty facts"; "I failed science but that doesn't mean it's not real"; "The good thing about science is that it's real whether or not you believe in it"; "Our world is beautiful, lets keep it that way"; "I'm with her [with an image of the earth]." “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Signs referencing Star Wars, E. Pine St. at Westlake Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "The empire cut the research budget too... [with an image of an explosion scene from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Join me and together we can observe the galaxy [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Support science, facts matter"; "She's no good to me dead [with an image of the earth]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring the Mars exploration rover, Opportunity, E. Pine St. at Westlake Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Resist Trump - No cuts to science! Socialist Alternative': "Evidence over ignorance"; "Science leads to opportunity [with a drawing of the Mars exploration rover, Opportunity]." Opportunity was the second of the two rovers launched in 2003 to land on Mars and begin traversing the Red Planet in search of signs of past life. The rover is still actively exploring the Martian terrain, having far outlasted her planned 90-day mission.
April 22, 2017
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 Pink and black sign reading "Without science, you wouldn't have Twitter", E. Pine St. at Westlake Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Resist Trump - Green jobs now! Socialist Alternative"; "Denial is dangerous"; "Resist Trump - No cuts to science! Socialist Alternative"; "Without science, you wouldn't have Twitter."
April 22, 2017
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 Demonstrators holding signs reading "Resist Trump" and "We've got our ion you", at Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Resist fear, greed - Push back"; "There is no planet b"; "Evolution [showing an ape evolving into President Donald Trump]"; "Resist Trump - Keep America great"; "Opinion [does not equal] knowledge"; "Science not silence"; "We've got our ion you - I love clean water, I love EPA [Environmental Protection Agency]."
April 22, 2017
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 Crowd of marchers heading into Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Fund these: STEM [Science, Technology, Engineer, Math], NASA, EPA [Environmental Protection Agency], By defunding these: Donny, Donny JR., Eric, Ivanka, Mar-a-Lago"; "Earth: In flux? or all fluxed up?"; "No sides in science [with an image of the earth colored half red and half blue]"; "Evidence supports: Clean needles, safe consumption sites, narcan rescue kits"; "Only one earth - Bizarro [with a square earth wearing President Donald Trump's signature hair style]"; "In this house, we believe: Black Lives Matter, Women's Rights are Human Rights, No Human Is Illegal, Science is Real, Water is life, In religious freedom, Love is Love, Kindness is everything"; "United by Nature. Guided by Science. #NatureUnitesUs"; "Geologist"; "Hug a geologist"; "Science not silence"; "Science has solutions - #MarchForScience"; "Never forget [with a floppy disc and CD rom attached to the sign]"; "The pious will fry us - Base climate policy on scientific consensus - Global warming is real"; "Science reveals truth - March for science - Seattle, Washington, 22 April 2017"; "What do we want? Evidence based science. When do we want it? After peer review"; "Be a citizen. Read. Question. Think. Take chances, make mistakes, get messy! Teach the facts not the fiction! [with an image of the cartoon character Ms. Frizzle from the series The Magic School Bus]"; "Pussies for Science [with a drawing of a cat using a microscope]." "Donny, Donny JR., Eric, Ivanka" are President Donald Trump's children. Mar-a-lago is a Florida resort owned by President Donald Trump.
April 22, 2017
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 Crowd marching into Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Alternative facts are [square root of negative one]"; "Radical American Skeptic"; "Alternative facts don't exist in science"; "Fund research not Trumps golf trips"; "Let us be giants so the next generation may stand on our shoulders"; "Mad scientist"; "There is no planet B"; "Trump should love science, it makes that thing on top of his head grow, #Support, #Embrace, #Fund scientists"; "Historian for science"; "Don't trump on our [planet]"; "No science = no hops, no malt, no water, no beer"; "Facts are the air of scientists. Without them you can never fly. Science no silence"; "Make America think again"; "Science funding on thin ice? Funny. So are we." ; "Science can cure stoopid"; "If I only had a brain - duh - I'd stand up for science! [with a cartoon of President Donald Trump with question marks around his head]"; "The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it"; "Science is sexy"; "Clean coal is an oxymoron"; "Science is not a liberal conspiracy."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Set of irrationals" with a the symbol for pie, the square root of two, and a cartoon of President Donald Trump, Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Set of irrationals [with a cartoon do President Donald Trump, the symbol for pie, and the square root of 2]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign of a large green fish supporting fishery biologist, Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts a large green fish with the following text inside of the fish: "Don't scale back science! Fishery biologists feed to world."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring an image of a monkey that reads "March for Science", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March for Science, April 22, 2017 - Seattle, WA."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring a cartoon-ish drawing of President Donald Trump, the Twitter logo, and the words "Lies" and "Conspiracies", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#Lies, #Conspiracies [with a cartoon-ish drawing of President Donald Trump and the Twitter logo]."
April 22, 2017
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 Demonstrator holding a sign reading "Make the environment great again", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Make the environment great again, #MarchingWithMe, partnering individuals living with disability & illness with boots on the ground advocates"; "Science crosses borders"; "Science - because you cant' just make [cartoon of President Donald Trump in the shape of a pile of feces] up"; "Preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known [with a drawing of the earth]"; "Black minds matter." Some protesters are wearing lab coats.
April 22, 2017
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 Young protester holding a sign reading "Science is magical", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science is not a liberal conspiracy"; "Science is magical"; "There is no planet B"; "What do we want? Evidence based science. When do we want it? After peer review!"; "This scientist grabs back."
April 22, 2017
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 Two Storm Troopers holding protest signs at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "I find your lack of empirical data disturbing [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Crazy thing is... Its all true. Climate Change, Evolution, All of it [with an image of Han Solo from the Star Wars film franchise]." Both protesters pictured are wearing costumes of storm troopers from the Star Wars film franchise.
April 22, 2017
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 Marcher wearing a sandwich board sign that reads "Live & Learn - Open Data", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Live & Learn - Open Data - Science not Silence"; "Resist facism not fact(s)."
April 22, 2017
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 Protesters dressed in Star Wars costumes posing with their signs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "I find your lack of empirical data disturbing [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Crazy thing is... Its all true. Climate Change, Evolution, All of it [with an image of Han Solo from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Love the planet you're with! [with a drawing of the earth]"; "Mr. President, you're comb over can't hide." Three individuals are wearing costumes from the Star Wars film franchise.
April 22, 2017
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 Storm Trooper and a protester dressed in black pose with their signs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Join me, and together we can observe the galaxy [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "April 29th & 30th, 11 am - 5pm, Building Science, NWGreenHomeTour.org." One individual is dressed as a Storm Trooper from the Star Wars film franchise.
April 22, 2017
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 Star War film character Boba Fet and a Storm Trooper holding protest signs at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "She's no good to me dead [with an image of the earth]." Both individuals are wearing costumes from the Star War film franchise.
April 22, 2017
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 Protesters dressed in Star Wars costumes at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "I find your lack of empirical data disturbing [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Crazy thing is... Its all true. Climate Change, Evolution, All of it [with an image of Han Solo from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Join me, and together we can observe the galaxy [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]." All six individuals are wearing costumes from the Star Wars film franchise.
April 22, 2017
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 Six individuals dressed in different Star Wars costumes posing together, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "I find your lack of empirical data disturbing [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Crazy thing is... Its all true. Climate Change, Evolution, All of it [with an image of Han Solo from the Star Wars film franchise]"; "Join me, and together we can observe the galaxy [with an image of Darth Vader from the Star Wars film franchise]"All six individuals are wearing costumes from the Star Wars film franchise.
April 22, 2017
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 Storm Trooper holding a protest sign featuring Yoda, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Down with mystical space wizards! Up with science based policy decisions! [with an image of Yoda from the Star Wars film franchise]." The individual holding the sign is wearing a Storm Trooper costume from the Star Wars film franchise. They are also wearing a rainbow shoulder patch.
April 22, 2017
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 Two protesters dressed in Star Wars costumes, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The empire cut the research budget too... [with an image of an explosion scence from the Star Wars film franchise]."
April 22, 2017
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 Protester in a lab coat waving a Cascadia flag, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
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April 22, 2017
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 Protester standing under an umbrella that has been made to look like a jelly fish, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
An individual is holding a clear umbrella with clear and white streamers coming out of it, making it look like a jelly fish. Sign on the umbrella reads: "Medusozoa for ocean acidification." Medusozoa is the scientific name for what are commonly and incorrectly referred to as jellyfish.
April 22, 2017
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 Protesters in white lab coats holding a banner for Schools Under 2C, in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on banner reads: "Schools Under 2C - This shcool pledges to do its part in restricting global warming to under 2C - SchoolsUnder2c.org."
April 22, 2017
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 Group of protesters standing in front of a large inflatable globe, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Resist Trump"; "I don't want to protect the environment, I want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protection"; "Science serves." One sign depicts the final scene from the book The Lorax. The Lorax is a children's book written by Dr. Seuss and first published in 1971. It chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax, who represents the trees. The book is commonly recognized as a fable concerning the danger corporate greed poses to nature.Two protesters are wearing pink knitted "brain hats."
April 22, 2017
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 Young protester with sign standing in front of large inflatable globe, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I don't want to protect the environment, I want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protection - David Attenborough." Sir David Frederick Attenborough is an English veteran broadcaster and naturalist.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign depicting a final scene from The Lorax, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts a final scene from the book The Lorax. The Lorax is a children's book written by Dr. Seuss and first published in 1971. It chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax, who represents the trees. The book is commonly recognized as a fable concerning the danger corporate greed poses to nature.
April 22, 2017
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 Umbrella made to look like a jelly fish, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Protester holding a clear umbrella with clear and white streamers hanging down from the middle. Signs on umbrella read: "Down with ocean PH"; "The seas are rising and so are we!."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Denial is a river", at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Denial is a river"; "Resist Trump - No cuts to science! Socialist Alternative."
April 22, 2017
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 Protester dressed as a penguin standing next to a sign reading "Science is hard, Denial is easy", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science is hard, Denial is easy." One individual is wearing a penguin costume.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a quote from Carl Sagan, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Extinction is the rule - Survival is the exception. - Carl Sagan." Carl Edward Sagan was an American astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist, astrobiologist, author, science popularizer, and science communicator in astronomy and other natural sciences. He is best known for his work as a science popularizer and communicator.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Fund NSF not Mar-a-Lago security", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Fund NSF [National Science Foundation] not Mar-a-Lago security." Mar-a-Lago is a Florida resort owned by President Donald Trump.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a quote from Neil deGrasse Tyson, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you belive in it. - Neil deGrasse Tyson"; "Science - S, U - Upholds, P - Prosperity, P - Progress, O - Opportunity, R - Respect, T - Truth"; "Science, not silence." Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with an image of a Polar Bear below text reading "No science, no chance", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "No Science. No Chance. Defenders.org. Defenders of Wildlife [with an image of a Polar Bear]."
April 22, 2017
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 Protesters holding a banner reading "Climate justice! Clean energy and Union jobs!", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on banner reads: "Climate justice! Clean energy and union jobs! PSARA - Puget Sound Advocates for Retirment Action - Uniting generations for a secure future."
April 22, 2017
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 Protester holding a sign that reads "STEM education is our future", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics] education is our future. SPEEA IFPTE Local 2001 - Professional Aerospace Union"; "No Science. No Chance. Defenders.org - Defenders of Wildlife [with an image of a wolf]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign supporting science literacy, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Trust those who seek the truth, doubt those who have found it. Critical thought NOW"; "Science literacy is a vaccine against... charlatans of the world that would exploit ignorance."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Trump: Taker. Scott Pruitt: Undertaker!", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Trump: Taker. Scott Pruitt: Undertaker!." Edward Scott Pruitt is an American lawyer and Republican politician from the state of Oklahoma who is currently the fourteenth Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Pruitt rejects the scientific consensus that human activities are a primary contributor to climate change and that carbon dioxide is the primary contributor.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Trust those who seek the truth - doubt those who have found it", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Trust those who seek the truth - doubt those who have found it. Critical thought NOW."
April 22, 2017
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 Teacher holds a sign inviting Scott Pruitt to her classroom, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Mr. Pruitt, Come to my classroom. My 8th grade students can show you how CO2 warms the atmosphere." Edward Scott Pruitt is an American lawyer and Republican politician from the state of Oklahoma who is currently the fourteenth Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Pruitt rejects the scientific consensus that human activities are a primary contributor to climate change and that carbon dioxide is the primary contributor.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring Bill Nye which reads "Science - Make Reality Great Again", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts Bill Nye above the text: "Science - Make reality great again." William Sanford Nye, popularly known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is an American science communicator, television presenter, and mechanical engineer. He is best known as the host of the PBS children's science show Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993–1998), and for his many subsequent appearances in popular media as a science educator .Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [___] great again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Protester wearing a square sign on their head, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Respect existence or expect resistance"; "There is no Planet B - Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored." Individual is wearing a shirt that reads: "Defiance" and buttons that read: "Love our mother [with an image of the earth]"; "Healthcare is a human right"; "No hate"; "Read. Question. Think."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign showing the outline of Washington state with the text "In science WA trusts", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Sign depcits the outline of Washington state with the text "In science WA trusts."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Americans demand evidence-based policies! The clock is ticking!", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Americans demand evidence-based policies! The clock is ticking! [with the symbols for atomic energy, thermometers, and the earth]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "You know it's bad when the scientists are mad enough to leave the lab!", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "You know it's bad when the scientists are mad enough to leave to lab [with a drawing of a bubbling beaker]." Individual is wearing a green knitted "brain hat" as well as a white lab coat.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "After peer review", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "After peer review [with the symbol for atomic energy and the equation e=mc2]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Evolution - the most re-confirmed theory in history", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Evolution - the most re-confirmed theory in history." One sign depicts a Polar Bear. Another has an image of Albert Einstein. A third reads "NASTY", in the style of the NASA logo.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Scott Pruitt is the greatest threat to our environment", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Scott Pruitt is the greatest threat to our environment." Edward Scott Pruitt is an American lawyer and Republican politician from the state of Oklahoma who is currently the fourteenth Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Pruitt rejects the scientific consensus that human activities are a primary contributor to climate change and that carbon dioxide is the primary contributor.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "If I were paid this sign would look better", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "If I were paid this sign would look better." Several Republican lawmakers have accused protesters at recent town hall-style meetings of being the tools of deep-pocketed benefactors pushing a liberal agenda. There has been no evidence of a wide-ranging conspiracy to bring in paid activists to disrupt meetings.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a graph showing the "probability that we actually make America great again", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Probability that we actually make America great again." The accompanying chart suggests that the probability increases dramatically with the release of President Trump's tax returns and the full support of scientific research.President Donald Trump declined to release his tax returns during the 2016 presidential campaign. Every other major-party presidential nominee, except Donald Trump and Gerald Ford, has released their tax returns to the public. President Trump has claimed he cannot release his tax return because he is being audited, and that the American public is not interested in seeing his returns." Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Darwin is my homeboy", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Darwin is my homeboy [with a drawing of a finch and the book 'The Origin of the Species']." Charles Robert Darwin was an English naturalist, geologist and biologist, best known for his contributions to the science of evolution. Darwin published his theory of evolution with compelling evidence in his 1859 book 'On the Origin of Species'.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring a quote from Albert Einstein, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "In my estimation... only two things are infinite. The Universe and Human Stupidity and I have my doubts about the Universe [with an image of Albert Einstein]." Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist. Einstein developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics (alongside quantum mechanics).
April 22, 2017
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 sign reading "Let's have a moment of science", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Let's have a moment of science."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "You can't take the sky from me", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm with her [with an image of the earth]"; "You can't take the sky from me [with an image of a space ship]." "You can't take the sky from me" is a lyric from the Ballad of Serenity, which was the theme song for the sci-fi show Firefly.“I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring a quote from Rosalind Franklin, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated.- Rosalind Franklin"; "I'm with her [with an image of the earth]." Rosalind Elsie Franklin was an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer who made contributions to the understanding of the molecular structures of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), RNA (ribonucleic acid), viruses, coal, and graphite.“I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "I'm with her" with an arrow pointing to a picture of the earth, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm with her [with an arrow pointing to a picture of the earth]." “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Protester wearing a lab coat that has "Science - because not dying is cool!", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on lab coat reads: "Science - because not dying is cool! [with an image of a microscope]."
April 22, 2017
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 Washington Governor Jay Inslee speaking to the crowd at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Jay Robert Inslee is an American politician, attorney and member of the Democratic Party who has served as the 23rd Governor of Washington since January 2013.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Mr. President: Science gave us Rogaine!", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Mr. President: Science gave us Rogaine! [with a cartoonish drawing of President Donald Trump]." Rogaine is a product for treating hair loss.
April 22, 2017
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 sign with an image of an ostrich hiding its head in the sand, reading "God goes not approve of deliberate ignorance", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts an ostrich hiding its head in the sand, with the text "God goes not approve of deliberate ignorance."
April 22, 2017
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 Demonstrators marching behind a police escort on E. Pine St. at Boylston Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Resist Trump - No cuts to science!"; "I'm with her [with an arrow pointing to the earth]." “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Signs reading "Make America Smart Again" and "Science is not a liberal conspiracy", E. Pine St. at Boylston Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Make America smart again"; "Science is not a liberal conspiracy"; "There is no Planet B." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Nurture our nature", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Nurture our nature [with a drawing of a flower and a bird]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Good planets are hard to find", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "The oceans are rising and so are we"; "W-we're fucking up the world M-morty, we need to rise up"; "Good plants are hard to find [with a drawing of the earth]"; "Resist Trump."
April 22, 2017
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 Seattle chapter of The Satanic Temple with sign reading "Even satanists don't want hell on earth", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "No knee will bow [with the Sigil of Baphomet]"; "Resist Trump - Green jobs now! Socialist Alternative"; "Climate Change - Even satanists don't want hell on earth." One protester rides a bicycle and wears a red cape and a headband with curved red horns.
April 22, 2017
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 Members of the Seattle chapter of The Satanic Temple marching behind their banner, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on banner reads: "Seattle Chapter - The Satanic Temple." Two black and white, upside down American flags are being waved.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring an octopus beside the text "Arms up for science", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arms up for science [with an image of an octopus with its tentacles lifted up]"; "Science opens minds, hearts, possibilities."
April 22, 2017
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 Storm Trooper and Boba Fett holding protest signs, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Up with science based policy decisions! [with an image of Yoda from the Star Wars film franchise]." Boba Fett and Storm Troopers are characters from the Star Wars film franchise.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science - it beats living in a cave", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science - it beats living in a cave." Individual is wearing a shirt that reads "Science matters" with symbols representing atomic energy, chemistry, astronomy, genetics, and the environment.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science Trumps alternative facts", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science Trumps alternative facts [letter T in Trump is wearing President Trump's signature hair style]."
April 22, 2017
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 Drawing of President Trump with a skeletal face mask and the text "Who killed the world?", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts President Donald Trump wearing the mask of the character Immortan Joe from the movie Mad Max: Fury Road.Individual is wearing a shirt that reads "Resist."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a drawing of Dr. Spock and the text "Make America Logical Again", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Make America logical again [with a drawing of Dr. Spock from the Star Trek franchise]." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science made us great! Keep it that way!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Climate change is real. In Science we systematically root out error & duplicity. The trajectory is toward truth. Unlike politics." ; "Science made us great! Keep it that way!"; "Make America Think Again"; "Science not silence"; "Science - because you can't just make [shit] up." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with images of Data from Star Trek and the text "Hey gurl, Data will never betray you", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts images of the character Data from Star Trek and the text "Hey gurl, Data will never betray you."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a three dimensional globe and the text "Earth Science, I love EPA", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Earth science, I love EPA [Environmental Protection Agency]"; "Resist Trump - Green jobs now!"
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Make America Flat Again", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Earth: In FLUX? Or all FLUXED up? [with a paper globe attached to the sign]"; "Make American Great [Great has been crossed out] FLAT again [with a flattened paper globe attached to the sign]." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Drawing of a Polar Bear holding a sign asking for a "moment of science", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts a drawing of a Polar Bear holding a sign that reads: "Science is not an alt-fact. Let us now pause for a moment of science."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Our base is under a salt", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "NaCl / NaOH - Our base is under a salt - Save EPA [Environmental Protection Agency]." Edward Scott Pruitt is an American lawyer and Republican politician from the state of Oklahoma who is currently the fourteenth Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Pruitt rejects the scientific consensus that human activities are a primary contributor to climate change and that carbon dioxide is the primary contributor.
April 22, 2017
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 Clear umbrella with multiple signs taped to the inside, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Blind obedience to authority is the greatest enemy of truth - Albert Einstein, refugee"; "Hubble unveiled the cosmos with public funds and political support." Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist. Einstein developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics (alongside quantum mechanics).The Hubble Space Telescope is a space telescope that was launched into low Earth orbit in 1990 and remains in operation. Although not the first space telescope, Hubble is one of the largest and most versatile, and is well known as both a vital research tool and a public relations boon for astronomy.
April 22, 2017
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 Two signs announcing that theoreticians and observationists are at the march, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "So bad, even theoreticians are here"; "So bad, even observationists are here."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science [is greater than] opinion", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science [is greater than] opinion"; "There is no Planet B."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Denial is not a policy. The earth doesn't have four years", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it - Neil deGrasse Tyson"; "Denial is not a policy. The earth doesn't have four years." Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science - Using information for the public good", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science - using information for the public good. Thanks for the earth, mom! Don't blind my science - unless it's double blind and placebo controlled."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign listing the many benefits of scientific research, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science gave us - vaccines, electricity, agriculture, green energy, contraception, engines, lasers, cell phones, computers, the internet, hybrid cars, batteries, medicine, cancer treatments, movies, television, plumbing, airplanes, cosmetics, radio, wi-fi, robotics, appliances, turbines, soda pop, NASA, etc."
April 22, 2017
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 Protester in a green pussy hat holds a sign reading "Act now or swim later", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Act now or swim later." One individual wears a green pussy hat.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Got plague? Me neither. Because science!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Got plague? Me neither. Because science! [with an image of skeletons dancing around a grave]." Surrounding the edge of the sign, in very small letters, is the text to a famous scene from the 1975 comedic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. In the scene, a man tries to pass off his elderly relative as dead, all the while the elderly relative is protesting that he is not, in fact, dead.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Nerd alert (knows facts matter)" with arrows pointing in all directions, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Nerd alert (knows facts matter) [with arrows pointing in all directions]"; "Great countries base their policies on science"; "Resist Trump - No cuts to science! Socialist Alternative"; "No! Stop Trump/Pence, #NoFascistUSA"; "Clean air is a right."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science: Because you can't pray this shit into space" with an image of a space shuttle launching, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Honk IFF you love science"; "Science: because you can't pray this shit into space [with an image of a space shuttle taking off]"; "Cell-ebrate science!." IFF possibly stands for International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Earth is not flat - science is real" E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Earth is not flat - science is real [with an image of the earth cut in half, showing a flat edge]."
April 22, 2017
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 Two signs reading "No sides in science", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "No sides in science [with an image of the earth colored half red and half blue]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science works because we do! Service Employees International Union", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "SEIU - Science works because we do! Service Employees International Union."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a drawing of a Polar Bear holding a sign reading "Let us pause for a moment of Science", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts a drawing of a Polar Bear holding a sign reading "Let us pause for a moment of Science."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Grandma medical librarians 4 science - Go NLM!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Grandma medical librarians 4 science - Go NLM [National Library of Medicine]." Depicts retired University of Washington Health Science Librarians Linda Milgrom and Maryanne Pinkernell Blake.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign from the organization "Trump Proof Seattle", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Petition to city council. Puzzled? Join us! Trump Proof Seattle! TrumpProofSeattle.org."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Real Heroes" with a picture of Rachel Carson, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Real Heroes [with an image of Rachel Carson]." Rachel Louise Carson was an American marine biologist, author, and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "My STEM student is smarter than your president!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "My STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics] student is smarter than your president! Popular vote loser and Putin puppet." Vladimir Putin is a Russian politician. He has served as the President of Russia since 2012, before which he served as Prime Minister.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "I used to be a glacier - Seattle", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "I used to be a glacier - Seattle"; "Geologist [with an arrow pointing down to the holder of the sign]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a quote from scientists Linus Pauling, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "No science = No hops, no malt, no water, no beer [the letters in the word beer are made up of periodic element symbols]"; "Facts are the air of scientists. Without them you can never fly. - Linus Pauling. Science, not silence." Linus Carl Pauling was an American chemist, biochemist, peace activist, author, and educator.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "I'm with her" with an arrow pointing to a drawing of the earth, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm with her [with an arrow pointing to a drawing of the earth]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science can't be de-Nyed" with a picture of Bill Nye, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science can't be de-Nyed [with an image of Bill Nye]." William Sanford Nye, popularly known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is an American science communicator, television presenter, and mechanical engineer. He is best known as the host of the PBS children's science show Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993–1998), and for his many subsequent appearances in popular media as a science educator.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Don't scale back science! Fishery biologists feed the world!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts a large green fish with the following text inside of the fish: "Don't scale back science! Fishery biologists feed to world."
April 22, 2017
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 Protester dressed as a mad scientist, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I think the word you're searching for is 'apocalypse'." Protester is wearing thick yellow and black goggles on their head, and has smoke around their eyes as if they were near an explosion.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Velociraptor = Distanciraptor / Timeraptor", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Velociraptor = Distanciraptor / Timeraptor [with a cartoon of a Velociraptor dinosaur]." The sign is a play on the equation for velocity (velocity = distance / time).
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "BeeCause... There is no Plan(et) B", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "BeeCause... There is no Plan(et) B [with an image of a bumblebee and of the earth]." Buttons on the sign read: "One Climate. One Future. One Chance. 1 sky. www.1sky.org"; "Seattle - Stronger Together [with the logo from the Women's March on Seattle]."
April 22, 2017
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 Protester holding a walking stick wrapped in leaves and a sign reading "We the people are greater than fear", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We the people are greater than fear [with an image of a woman wearing an American flag hijab]."
April 22, 2017
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 Marchers surrounding a large inflatable globe as they head down E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Radical American Skeptic"; "The oceans are rising and so are we"; "We support science with justice, equity, diversity, and transparency."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Is Trump in bed with Russia? The P-value is significant!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Is Trump in bed with Russia? The P-value is significant!."
April 22, 2017
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 Banner held in front of a large inflatable globe, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Scientists standing with frontline communities for climate justice."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Think critically, support science" in front of a large inflatable globe, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Think critically, support science"; "Geology rocks"; "Make America think again." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science flies you to the moon" in front of a large inflatable globe, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science flies you to the moon [with an image of a space ship]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "We need climate science" beside a large inflatable globe, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "We need climate science, we demand climate justice [with a painting of a hand holding an earth aflame]"; "Global Warming Hurts."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "My lab loves saving tiny hearts", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "My lab loves saving tiny hearts"; "Ignorance isn't bliss."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a drawing of Ms. Frizzle from The Magic School Bus dressed as the Statue of Liberty, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts Ms. Frizzle, the teacher from The Magic School Bus, dressed as the Statue of Liberty. Text on sign reads: "Science, not silence." The Magic School Bus is an edutainment media franchise that consists of a book series, a TV series, and several video games, among other things. Each of the stories within the franchise centers on the antics of a fictional elementary school teacher, Ms. Frizzle, and her class, who board a "magic school bus", which takes them on field trips to impossible locations, such as the solar system, clouds, the past, and inside the human body.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Yabba dabba Trump!" with President Trump portrayed as a character from the Flintstones, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Yabba dabba Trump! [with a drawing of President Trump as a character from the 1960s television show The Flintstones]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Support science teachers. The future depends on it!!!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Support science teachers. The future depends on it!!!."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Sorry - facts are facts" with a drawing of a dinosaur, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Sorry - facts are facts [with a drawing of a dinosaur]."
April 22, 2017
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 Three signs reading "Here" - "Lives" - "Science", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Here" - "Lives" - "Science." All three also read "March for Science, 04.22.17." The three signs depict a painting of an octopus in the ocean, as well as stars and planets.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign suggesting that chaos is the alternative to scientific wisdom, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Scientific Wisdom: Rational thinking, Based on evidence, Critically studied. The alternative is chaos [with an image of Albert Einstein pointing at the reader and wearing an American flag top hat]." Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist. Einstein developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics (alongside quantum mechanics).
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Real science! Not really stupid!" with a cartoon of President Trump, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Real science! Not really stupid! [with a cartoon of President Donald Trump]"; "Go science."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Now you've pissed off the nerds", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Alternative fact: 45 understands science"; "Now you've pissed off the nerds."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Sleep now in the fire" with a painting of the earth on fire, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Sleep now in the fire [with a painting of the earth on fire]." "Sleep Now in the Fire" is the fifth track from the 1999 album The Battle of Los Angeles by the band Rage Against the Machine. The song contains lyrics about greed, such as the conquest of Native Americans, Christopher Columbus' voyage by Niña, the Pinta, and Santa Maria and U.S. slavery in the 19th century as well as criticism of actions taken by the U.S. government in wartime, including the bombing of Hiroshima and the use of Agent Orange in the Vietnam War.
April 22, 2017
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 Multiple signs waving above the crowd of marchers on E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "There is no planet B" ;"Resist Trump - End gag orders! Socialist Alternative."
April 22, 2017
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 Signs reading "Science is fun" and "Today's policies for tomorrow's voters", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "You cannot back into the future"; "Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated"; "Today's policies for tomorrow's voters!"; "Science is fun! - Charlotte."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reads "It's getting hot in here", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "It's getting hot in here [with the letter o replaced by the earth on fire]." Individual is wearing a shirt featuring the character Smokey Bear with the text "Smokey says RESIST." Smokey Bear is an American advertising mascot created for the United States Forest Service, and the National Association of State Foresters to educate the public about the dangers of wildfires.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Without science, it's just fiction", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Be a scientist. Read. Question. Think." ; "March for Science - April 22, 2017 - Seattle, WA"; "Without science it's just fiction."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Make Science Great Again", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Make science great again! #MSGA, #EPA [Environmental Protection Agency], Pruitt must go!." Edward Scott Pruitt is an American lawyer and Republican politician from the state of Oklahoma who is currently the fourteenth Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Pruitt rejects the scientific consensus that human activities are a primary contributor to climate change and that carbon dioxide is the primary contributor .Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "The (d)Evolution of Secretaries of Energy" featuring Steven Chu, Ernest Moniz, and Rick Perry, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The (d)Evolution of Secretaries of Energy: Steven Chu, 2009-2013 - Ph.D. Physics, Nobel Laureate; Ernest Moniz, 2013-2017 - Ph.D. Physics, MIT Professor, Department Head; Ricky Perry (current) - B.S. Animal Husbandry, 1.88 Science GPA."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Global warming is a global warning!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Global warming is a global warning!"; "Don't let corporate greed Trump science!."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign denouncing President Trump written in computer programming code, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign read: "//A method to preserve//Democracy - public staticvoice getTruth(intpotus string brain){if(potus==45&& brain == null){ConsoleWrite("Liar");deleteByImpeachement(potus)}."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Less invasions, more equations", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Resist Trump - Green jobs now!"; "Less invasions, More equations, #FundScience [with a drawing of Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth from the television show Futurama]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "We're losing our patients", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "We're losing our patients"; "Scientific consensus is not an opinion poll!."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with ink running due to rain, featuring a quote from Neil deGrasse Tyson, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it - Neil deGrasse Tyson [with a drawing of the earth]." Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Up and atom!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Up and atom! [with a silhouette of a molecule, a microscope, and a planet]."
April 22, 2017
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 Signs reading "Facts matter" and "Stand for science", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Facts matter"; "Stand for science. I'm with her [with an arrow pointing to the earth]"; "Open your eyes. Climate Change is real and the clock is ticking." “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Make glove, not war" showing laboratory safety gloves and scientific tool, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Make glove, not war [with a pair of gloved hands using a scientific tool]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science, Keep America Great", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science [with a pyramid refracting a rainbow, in which are written the following: Health, Defense, Jobs, Prosperity, Saftey, Inspiration]. Keep America Great."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign advertising the march depicting Orcas (Killer Whales) swimming and diving, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicting two people watching Orcas (Killer Whales) swimming and diving. Text on sign reads: "March for Science - 10 am - April 22, 2017 - Cal Anderson Park - Seattle WA."
April 22, 2017
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 Bright pink and purple sign reading "Make America Think Again", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Make america think again." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Defiance for Science", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science is apolitical"; "Girls just wanna have FUNding for their scientific research"; "Science trumps alternative facts" ;"Defiance for Science [with a raised green fist over a drawing of the earth"; "Vaccines work. GMOs are safe. Climate Change is real. Science is fact."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science makes cents", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: No! In the name of humanity, we REFUSE to accept a fascist America! RefuseFascism.org"; "Science makes cents."
April 22, 2017
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 Cardboard sign with a drawing of earth reading "I'm with her", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Politicians - you don't get to deny science. It is true whether you choose to believe it or not. - Neil deGrasse Tyson"; "I'm with her [with arrows pointing to the earth], #marchforscience, #savetheEPA [Environmental Protection Agency], #altNPS [National Parks Service]"; "climate Change isn't fake news!"Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator.“I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Black and white sign featuring a quote from Neil deGrasse Tyson, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Politicians - you don't get to deny science. It is true whether you choose to believe it or not. - Neil deGrasse Tyson"; "Science Truth." Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a silouhette of President Trump that reads "Anti-matter", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Matter: good, Anti-Matter: [with a silouhette of President Donald Trump], TheGladiolaProject.Com" .
April 22, 2017
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 Young protester holding a sign reading "Future Astronaut", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Fund science, not hate"; "Future astronaut [with the NASA logo]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Got smallpox? Me neither. Thanks science!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "What do we want? To support claims with evidence. When do we want it? always. #teachersfortruth"; "Got smallpox? Me neither! Thanks science! #sciencesaveslives."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Save our Salmon Run", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Resist Trump"; "Save our Salmon Runs [with five cut outs of colorful salmon]"; "March for Science [with an image of an Orca (Killer Whale)].One sign depicts an animal in the style of Northwest indigenous art.
April 22, 2017
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 Signs reading "March for Science" and "Save our Salmon runs", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Save our salmon runs"; "March for Science - April 22, 2017 - Seattle, WA."
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 Sign reading "Science - Do attempt this at home! - It really works!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science - Do attempt this at home! - It really works!"
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK190
 Sign reading "Thank God for evolution!", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts two ichthys kissing. One has the name "Jesus" inside of it, while the other has the name "Darwin" inside of it. Accompanying text reads: "Thank God for evolution!."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK191
 Sign reading "Free hugs - courtesy of herd immunity", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Marching for science because I didn't die from a preventable disease"; "Science will save us. I'm with her [with an arrow pointing to the earth]"; "Free hugs, Courtesy of Herd Immunity." “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK192
 Sign illustrating a pledge to allegiance to the planet, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I pledge allegiance to the earth and all the life which it supports. One planet, in our care, irreplaceable, with sustenance and respect for all."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science is uncovering the truth - Politics is deciding what to do about it", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Unless... March for Science, 2017 [featuring Truffula trees from the book The Lorax written by Dr. Suess]"; "The oceans are rising and so are we"; "Science is uncovering the truth - Politics is deciding what to do about it." The Lorax is a children's book written by Dr. Seuss and first published in 1971. It chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax, who represents the trees. The book is commonly recognized as a fable concerning the danger corporate greed poses to nature.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "I want my tax money to fund unbiased research", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "I want my tax money to fund unbiased research - question, hypothesis, observation, measurement, data analysis, peer review"; "Keep idiocracy a work of fiction"; "We must rise before the tide does."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK199
 Sign featuring the character Beeker from The Muppets, E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science - Make reality great again [with an image of Bill Nye]"; "Resist Trump - No cuts to science! Socialist Alternative"; "Meep! Meep! Meep! [with an image of the scientist Beeker from the television show The Muppets]"; "Science - because you can't just make [shit] up." William Sanford Nye, popularly known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, is an American science communicator, television presenter, and mechanical engineer. He is best known as the host of the PBS children's science show Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993–1998), and for his many subsequent appearances in popular media as a science educator.Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK200
 Sign reading "Ornithologists follow birds that tweet", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Scientific facts trump lies!"; "Ornithologists follow birds that tweet."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK201
 Sign reading "Smoke Salmon, not the planet", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts a green and red salmon accompanied by the text: "Smoke salmon, not the planet."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK202
 Sign reading "Science or extinction", E. Pine St. at Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science or extinction [with a gold silhouette of a dinosaur skull]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK203
 Sign reading "Defend! Not defund Science", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reading: "Defend! Not defund Science."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK204
 Sign reading "Earth First" with a picture of a Bald Eagle, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Earth first [with a picture of a Bald Eagle]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK205
 Protester carrying a painting of Albert Einstein, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist. Einstein developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics (alongside quantum mechanics).
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK206
 Painting of scientist Albert Einstein, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts a painting of Albert Einstein.Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist. Einstein developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics (alongside quantum mechanics).
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK207
 Sign reading "Science is not an alternative fact", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science is not an alternative fact! [with an image of the earth, the symbol for atomic energy, a symbol of DNA, an image of a magnet, an image of a computer chip, an electric tower, and the equation e=mc2]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK208
 Sign reading "Only YOU can prevent climate deniers", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Only YOU can prevent climate deniers."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK209
 Sign reading "Listen 2 ur mother" with a picture of the earth, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "When they go low, we go high"; "Listen 2 ur mother [with an image of the earth]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK210
 Sign reading "May the forests be with us", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "May the forests be with us [with a drawing of a tree]"; "Listen 2 ur mother [with an image of the earth]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK211
 Sign featuring two scientist characters from The Muppets, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Please don't gag us [with two scientist characters from the television show The Muppets]"; "Make America think again"; "Nerd [with an arrow pointing down to the sign holder]." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK212
 Sign reading "When you finish marching, Start Calling!", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "When you finish marching, start calling! Download the Capitol Call app at: CapitolCall.org. Call Congress with 1 tap"; "Science is real #ClimateAction, #ClimateChange"; "Black lives e/c2."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK213
 Sign reading "Science for Shellfish", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science for shellfish - #OceanAcidificationIsReal, #ProtectNOAA, #ProtectSeaGrant";"Please don't gag us [with two scientist characters from the television show The Muppets]"; "Nerd [with an arrow pointing down to the sign holder]." Many protest signs used the construction of “Make [x] [x] again” as a jeer at the Trump administration. "Make America Great Again", abbreviated to MAGA, is a campaign slogan used by President Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign demanding more scientific research, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "More Marine science, Women's Health research. Less Govt.s Adrift, Sex Predators"; "Science, Truth, Facts, Nature, Reality, Knowledge = Progress"; "No! In the name of humanity, we refuse to accept a fascist America. RefuseFascism.org."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "I'm still mad about Galileo", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm still mad about Galileo." Galileo Galilei was an Italian polymath: astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and mathematician. He has been called the "father of observational astronomy", the "father of modern physics", the "father of scientific method", and the "father of science."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK218
 Sign reading "Science = facts = truth", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science = facts = truth."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK219
 Sign reading "I'm with her" with an arrow pointing to the planet Earth, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm with her [with an arrow pointing to the earth]." “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Nurture our mother" with a drawing of the earth, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Nurture our mother [with an image of the earth]."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "E=mcSAD", 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science - Inventions, cures, discoveries, solutions, futures"; "E=mcSAD"; "Geek [with an arrow pointing down at the sign holder]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK226
 Colorful sign reading "Love your mother" with a drawing of the earth, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Love your mother [with a drawing of the earth]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK227
 Sign reading "You can't spell happiness without NIH and EPA", 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science - inventions, cures, discoveries, solutions, future"; "You can't spell happiness without NIH [National Institute of Health] and EPA [Environmental Protection Agency]"; "There is no Planet B."
April 22, 2017
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 Bald Eagle decoy attached to a sign reading "Saved by science, Endangered by Trump", near the Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Saved by science. Endangered by Trump [with a realistic cut out of a Bald Eagle attached to the sign]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK231
 Sign reading "Trump should love science, it makes that thing on the top of his head grow", near the Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Trump should love science, it makes that thing on top of his head grow, #Support, #Embrace, #Fund scientists [with an image of President Trump that has a blonde wig attached to it]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK232
 Sign reading "Denying global warming is like believing sugar is healthy", near the Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Denying global warming is like believing sugar is healthy... Hey Trump, Don't be a dumdum [with a small drawing of the earth]."
April 22, 2017
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 Police officers monitoring the crowd gathering at the Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
One individual is waving a black and rainbow flag with a peace symbol.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "(Don't) drain the swamp!! It's a Class 1 wetland!", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "(Don't) drain the swamp!! It's a Class 1 wetland! [with an image of a frog and a dragonfly]." "Drain the swamp" is a slogan associated with President Donald J. Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK238
 Sign reading "I'm not a mad scientist, I'm just disappointed", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm not a mad scientist, I'm just disappointed."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK239
 Sign rejecting oil drilling, Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts one hand holding three people and some flowers up in the air, with another hand pushing an oil drill back into the ground. The accompanying text reads "It's in our hands, Keep it in the ground."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK240
 Sign reading "Global warming hurts", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Global warming hurts [with a painting of a gray factory spouting smoke, beside a group of individuals, one holding a child, another with a raised fist]."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK241
 Sign reading "It's in our hands - keep it in the ground", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts one hand holding three people and some flowers up in the air, with another hand pushing an oil drill back into the ground. The accompanying text reads "It's in our hands, Keep it in the ground." Individual is wearing a shirt that reads: "Trump-proof Seattle - Tax the Rich."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK242
 Sign reading "We support science with justice, equity, diversity and transparency", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We support science with justice, equity, diversity and transparency."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK243
 Sign reading "Science - it's like magic but real", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Science - it's like magic but real"; "Denying the truth doesn't make it less valid." Text on shirts read: "No human is illegal. Women's rights are fundamental rights. Climate change is not a hoax. Clean water is vital to life. Science is not a liberal conspiracy." ; "Science is not a liberal conspiracy."
April 22, 2017
Online KinseyK244
 Sign reading "Can't comb over climate change", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Can't comb over climate change."
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "He is risen", referencing the element Helium, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "He is risen [He is the periodic element for Helium]".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring a drawing of President Trump and a "Bullshit meter", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Sign depicts a drawing of President Trump with the words "climate change, vaccines, space" coming out of his mouth. Beside the words is a "bullshit meter" with an arrow pointing to the far right, red edge of the reading. Additional text reads: "Stand up for science, #WomenInScience".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM4
 Sign reading "NO! Stop Trump/Pence", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "NO! Stop Trump/Pence fascist regime - RefuseFascism. org". Michael Richard Pence is an American politician, lawyer, and the 48th Vice President of the United States.
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM5
 Sign reading "Climate change is no joke! Seriously, scientists just aren't that funny", Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Climate change is no joke! Seriously, scientists just aren't that funny. #StandUpForScience, #WomenInScience".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM6
 Sign reading "What would Carl Sagan do?", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on signs read: "What would Carl Sagan do?"; "What about us? [with a drawing of a Polar Bear melting]". Carl Edward Sagan was an American astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist, astrobiologist, author, science popularizer, and science communicator in astronomy and other natural sciences. He is best known for his work as a science popularizer and communicator.
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM7
 Sign reading "Fun science, not hate", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on signs read: "Vaccines are good. CO2 is causing dangerous global warming"; "What about us? [with a drawing of a Polar Bear melting]"; "Fund science, not hate"; "Future Astronaut - NASA".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Fund science, not hate", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Fund science, not hate". Another sign depicts a killer whale in the style of Northwest American Native art.
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM10
 Sign reading "Save our salmon runs", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Save our salmon runs [with five colorful cutouts of Salmon]".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "I should be writing but this is important! Thanks, science!", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "I should be writing but this is important! Thanks, science!".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "This problem is p<.05", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "This problem is p<. 05 [indicating statistical significance]".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM15
 Signs from the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on signs read: "Swinowmish People for Science Based Policies - Protect and respect our natural resources"; "Swinomish for science".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM16
 Socialist Alternative sign reading "Resist Trump", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Resist Trump - No cuts to Science! Socialist Alternative".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM17
 Sign comparing President Donald Trump to anti-matter, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Matter: good, Anti-Matter: [with a silhouette of President Donald Trump]".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM18
 Hand painted sign of a woman holding the earth, alongside text reading "I'm with her", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Sign depicts a woman holding the earth, alongside text reading "I'm with her". “I’m with Her” was a slogan associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Every day is Earth Day", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Every day is Earth Day". One demonstrator is wearing a rainbow knitted "brain hat".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign featuring a quote from Isaac Asimov, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom. - Isaac Asimov". Isaac Asimov was an American writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston University. He was known for his works of science fiction and popular science.
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM29
 Sign reading "More facts, less fiction", 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "To boldly go. . . More facts, less fiction. . . To live long & prosper!".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign with a cartoon depiction of mother earth, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Yo momma's so hot, she's about to experience desertification and rising sea levels [with a cartoon of a person wearing an apron that reads 'Mother Earth' and has the earth for a head]".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM32
 Sign reading "Stand up for Science" from the Union of Concerned Scientists, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on signs read: "Stand up for science - Union of Concerned Scientists"; "Scientific Wisdom: Rational thinking, Based on evidence, Critically studied. The alternative is chaos"; "Resist Trump - Green jobs now! Socialist Alternative".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "The oceans are rising and so are we", 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on signs read: "You're out of your element Donny!!"; "More facts, less fiction"; "The oceans are rising and so are we".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM35
 Sign reading "UW A.I.D. Supports Science", 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "UW [University of Washington] A. I. D. supports science".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM36
 Sign featuring a Polar Bear and the text "Science, We all depend on it", near Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Sign depicts a Polar Bear on a floating chunk of ice, with the text: "Science - We all depend on it - Endangered. Org".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM37
 Banner that reads "Science!! Of the people, by the people, for the people", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on banner reads: "Science!! Of the people, by the people, for the people". One demonstrator holds a sign with green and white stripes and a peace symbol. Buttons on the flag read "Speak out, Resist, Organize".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Make America Logical Again" with symbols from the Star Trek franchise, Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Make America logical again [with a silouhette of Dr. Spock, his signature hand gesture, and the ship USS Enterprise, all from the Star Trek franchise]".
April 22, 2017
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 Sign reading "Science denial is illogical" and "Science matters", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on signs read: "Science denial is illogical [with an image of the character Dr. Spock from the Star Trek franchise]"; "Science Matters [with symbols representing science and the environment]".
April 22, 2017
Online NolanM42
 Sign reading "Love our earth", Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2017
Text on sign reads: "Love our earth". One demonstrator wears a knitted pink "brain hat".
April 22, 2017
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 "We need climate science. We demand climate justice" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We need climate science. We demand climate justice [with an image of a hand holding a burning globe]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ162
 Two demonstrators wearing matching sweatshirts, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: "In this house, we believe black lives matter, women's rights are human rights, no human is illegal, water is life, in religious freedom, love is love, kindness is everything."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ163
 Participants seeking environmental reform and registering people to vote, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "North Seattle Progressives. northseattleprogressives.org."; "Register to vote here. Inscribase para votar aqui."; "Washington voters. Sign here for clean air and clean energy."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ164
 "The gender of science is all of the above" sign held by a young participant in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Pollution will tell you what you want to hear - Science will show you what you need to know."; "The gender of science is all of the above."; "Sign here for clean air and clean energy. Yes on 1631." Washington Initiative 1631, the Carbon Emissions Fee Measure, is on the ballot in Washington as an Initiative to the People, on November 6, 2018 ballot. The initiative would enact an emissions fee on large emitters. The initiative attempts to help reduce the states greenhouse gases in order to achieve its 2035 goal.
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ165
 Sierra Club booth at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Sierra Club, Founded 1892 [with the Sierra Club logo]."; "National Parks Conservation Association. Protecting our national parks for future generations. npca.org."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ166
 Society for the Advancement of Chicano/Hispanic and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) students participating in events in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "University of Washington SACNAS: Outreach, Community, Career Development, Inclusive [with images from group outreach activities]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ167
 "The ocean is rising and so are we!" and "This Atheist Marches for Science" signs in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "The ocean is rising and so are we!"; "This atheist Marches for science... [with an arrow facing up]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ168
 March participants dressed up as Star Wars characters holding their signs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
People identified as, from left to right: JT Tami, Gregory Smith, Baris Alrisul, Rain Littlewolf Borges, Joe Van Eizenga, Guy Evans, Jerry-Lee Calalang and Shane Harris. Text on signs read, from left to right: "Even we can't miss the evidence on climate change [with an image of a Storm Trooper]."; "Use the science... leave the fiction to us [with an image of Star Wars Resistance X-Wing]."; "The empire cut the research budget too.... [with an image of an explosion]."; "We are the spark that will light the fire that will burn pseudoscience down [with the symbol of the Rebel Alliance]."; "May the force be equal to mass times acceleration."; "Now you've pissed off the nerds! [with an image of Star Wars characters]."; "I take deforestation personally [with an image of an Ewok holding a spear]."; "I want to believe [with an image of light bulb in a gear]." The Starbird is a symbol used by the Rebel Alliance who stood against the Galactic Empire in Star War.
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ169
 Storm Trooper holding a protest sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Even we can't miss the evidence on climate change [with an image of a Storm Tropper]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ170
 Two demonstrators in costume holding their signs in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Even we can't miss the evidence on climate change [with an image of a Storm Trooper]."; "Use the science... leave the fiction to us [with an image of Resistanc X-Wings]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ171
 Demonstrators dressed as Star Wars characters holding their signs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
People identified as, from left to right: Shane Harris and Guy Evans. Text on signs read, from left to right: "I want to believe [with an image of a light bulb in a gear]."; "Now you've pissed off the nerds! [with an image of Star Wars characters]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ172
 Demonstrator at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: "Magical princess from another dimension [with an image of a cartoon girl and a rainbow]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ173
 Musical guests performing at the podium in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March for Science [with various scientific symbols]."
April 14, 2018
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 "Make science for everyone through evidence based policy" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Make science for everyone through evidence based policy [with an image of a globe]."
April 14, 2018
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 March demonstrators in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Trump is a hoax not climate change."; "Ecoside = Genocide. Stop killing the environment, stop killing our people. Climate change kills [with an image of a globe crying]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ178
 "Scientists resist with evidence" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Scientists resist with evidence [with an image of a hand holding vaccinations]."
April 14, 2018
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 Man with petition to get Universal Health Care for Washington state on the ballot, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm a I-1600 unpaid volunteer! Sign my petition to get Universal Health Care for WA state on the ballot!"
April 14, 2018
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 Two march demonstrators with "Focus on fact" and "Evolve through knowledge" signs in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Focus on fact. 9.25" (235mm), Clear-optics coating, F/10, Aplantic Schmidt-Cassegrain, FL 2350mm. March for Science 2018 Seattle, WA [with an image of a city and a forest]."; "March for Science 2018 Seattle, WA. Evolve through knowledge [with and image of the Seattle skyline and an atom]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ183
 "Save me" and "Love you mother" signs in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Save me [with a blow up globe attached to the sign]."; "Love you mother [with a globe attached to the sign]."
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ184
 March participant with "Evolve through knowledge" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March for Science 2018 Seattle, WA. Evolve through knowledge [with an image of the Seattle skyline, an atom, and a forest]."
April 14, 2018
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 Washington State Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal speaking at the March for Science in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Pramila Jayapal is an American politician and activist from the State of Washington. As of 2018 she serves as the US Representative from Washington’s 7th congressional district, which includes most of Seattle and some parts of King County.
April 14, 2018
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 Washington State Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal speaking at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Pramila Jayapal is an American politician and activist from the State of Washington. As of 2018 she serves as the US Representative from Washington’s 7th congressional district, which includes most of Seattle and some parts of King County.
April 14, 2018
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 Washington State Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal speaking at the March for Science in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Pramila Jayapal is an American politician and activist from the State of Washington. As of 2018 she serves as the US Representative from Washington’s 7th congressional district, which includes most of Seattle and some parts of King County.
April 14, 2018
Online ColmanJ189
 "Support SCIENCE today for a better tomorrow. Cures for disease, longer lives, new inventions, disaster prevention, and healthier living" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Support SCIENCE today for a better tomorrow. Cures for disease, longer lives, new inventions, disaster prevention, and healthier living."
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 American politicians Pramila Jayapal and Nancy Pelosi speaking at the event in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
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 Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi speaking at the event while Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal stands alongside, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Nancy Pelosi is an American politician serving as the Democratic Leader of the US House of Representatives since 2011. Pelosi represents the 12th District, which is most of San Francisco, California. She has led House Democrats for more than 12 years and has served as the House Democratic Whip. Pramila Jayapal is an American politician and activist from the State of Washington. As of 2018 she serves as the US Representative from Washington’s 7th congressional district, which includes most of Seattle and some parts of King County.
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 Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal stands alongside speaker Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Nancy Pelosi is an American politician serving as the Democratic Leader of the US House of Representatives since 2011. Pelosi represents the 12th District, which is most of San Francisco, California. She has led House Democrats for more than 12 years and has served as the House Democratic Whip. Pramila Jayapal is an American politician and activist from the State of Washington. As of 2018 she serves as the US Representative from Washington’s 7th congressional district, which includes most of Seattle and some parts of King County.
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 Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi speaking at the March for Science in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Nancy Pelosi is an American politician serving as the Democratic Leader of the US House of Representatives since 2011. Pelosi represents the 12th District, which is most of San Francisco, California. She has led House Democrats for more than 12 years and has served as the House Democratic Whip.
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 March particpants standing with Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on badge reads: "Sara Betnel, speaker guest [in a March for Science press release Betnel is identified as part of the Straw Collection Activist]." Text on clothing reads: "I'm with her [with an image of a globe and an arrow pointing at it]."
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 "Without belief in Science we would be cooking over wood fires in the dark!" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Without belief in Science we would be cooking over wood fires in the dark."
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 "Dad had Polio. Not me! Thank you science and big government" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Dad had polio. Not me! Thank you science and big government."
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 Volunteer Coordinator Jared Canright at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on badge reads: "Jared Canright, volunteer coordinator." Text on clothing reads: "A scientist is always fine [with a beaker and flask]."
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 "Keep earth clean, it's not Uranus" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Keep earth clean, it's not Uranus."
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 Guest speaker Nora Valaas at the podium, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on badge reads: "Nora Valaas, speaker guest."
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 "Don't use plastic straws" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Don't use plastic straws."
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 Straw Collection Activist Geneva Betnel speaking at the podium in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Join the G Bright Challenge." Text on badge reads: "Geneva Betnel, speaker [In a March for Science press release Geneva Betnel is identified as part of the Straw Collection Activist]."
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 Ph.D. student Adriana Germano speaking at the March for Science event in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Adriana L. Germano is a Ph.D. student in Social Psychology at the University of Washington.
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 Adriana Germano, a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington speaking at the event in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Adriana L. Germano is a Ph.D. student in Social Psychology at the University of Washington.
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 "Willing to be wrong for science" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Willing to be wrong for science."
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 "The gender of science is all of the above." sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The gender of science is all of the above."
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 Timothy (TJ) Greene of the The Nature Conservancy speaking at the March for Science, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on badge reads: "Timothy (TJ) Greene, speaker." Text on clothing reads: "The Nature Conservancy." Timothy (TJ) Greene is a Board Member for The Nature Conservancy, Former Makah Tribal Council Chair and Chief of Police.
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 Timothy (TJ) Greene speaking at the March for Science, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: "The Nature Conservancy." Timothy (TJ) Greene is a Board Member for The Nature Conservancy, Former Makah Tribal Council Chair and Chief of Police.
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 "What would science do?" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "What would science do? SPEEA: IFPTE Local 2001 Professional Aeroscape Union."
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 Nick Montoni, oSTEM founder, speaking at the event, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on badge reads: "Nick Montoni, Speaker." Nick Montoni is the founder of oSTEM at the University of Washington, and a Ph.D. student at UW.
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 Cheri Cornell J.D. of of Washington Women for Climate Action Now speaking at the event in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Cheri Cornell J.D. is the Executive Director of Washington Women for Climate Action Now.
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 Cheri Cornell J.D. speaking at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Cheri Cornell J.D. is the Executive Director of Washington Women for Climate Action Now.
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 "Science not silence. Fight for facts." sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science not silence. Fight for facts."
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 March heading down Pine St. to downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "The ocean is rising and so are we!"; "This atheist Marches for Science... [with an arrow pointing up]."; "March for Science [with various scientific symbols]."
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 Demonstrators with "March for Science" banner near Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "March for Science [with various scientific symbols]."; "Latina for science."; "I love science [the word love is symbolized by a heart]."
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 March participants holding their signs heading to downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "I love science [with the word love represented by a heart]."; " Keep earth clean, it's not Uranus."; "Nobody needs a THneed."
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 "Science saves lives" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science saves lives [with an image of a globe]."
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 Demonstrators holding their signs aloft while marching on Pine St. toward downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Use the science... leave the fiction to us [with an image of a Star Wars Resistance X-Wing]."; "Without science we'd still be in the dark ages."; "The empire cut the research budget too."; "We are the spark that will light the fire that will burn pseudoscience do [with the symbol of the Rebel Alliance]."
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 March participants dressed up as Star Wars characters on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We are the spark that will light the fire that will burn pseudoscience do [with the symbol of the Rebel Alliance]."; "Now you've pissed off the nerds! [with an image of Star Wars characters]."
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 Demonstrators dressed as Star Wars characters, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "The empire cut the research budget too.... [with an image of an explosion]."; "We are the spark that will light the fire that will burn pseudoscience down [with the symbol of the Rebel Alliance]."
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 "Science not silence" sign in Seattle, Washington, Pine St.
Text on sign reads: "Science not silence [with the name Pruitt crossed out]."
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 "Schools under 2˚C. This school pledges to do its part in restricting global warming to under 2˚C. schoolsunder2c.org" banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Schools under 2˚C. This school pledges to do its part in restricting global warming to under 2˚C. schoolsunder2c.org."
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 "Girls just wanna have funding for their research" sign in Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Girls just wanna have funding for their research."
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 "Science makes America great. Fund research." sign in Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Science makes America great. Fund research."
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 March participants holding their signs while marching down Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Atoms make up everything ~ Scientists use facts!"; "Science is like duct tape. With it: Anything is possible. Without it: Everything comes apart." Text on clothing reads: "Never trust an atom, they make up everything [with an image of an atom]."
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 Demonstrators with signs on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Denial is deadly, climate change is real [accompanied by a skull and crossbones]."; "Nasty [with the NASA logo]."; "Do you love coffee? beer? Thank SCIENCE. Chemistry, Botany, Biology [with images of coffee and beer]."; "The only orange muppet I trust to teach America about science [with an image of Beaker muppet from The Muppet Show]."
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 "Cancer prevention beats cancer treatment" sign in Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "HPV Vaccine: Cancer prevention beats cancer treatment. No vaccine when I was a kid. Cancer options: Prevention; HPV Vaccine [with and image of a vaccination]. Cancer Treatment; Surgery, Chemotherapy, Radiation [with images that represent each word]."
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 "Scientific research is vital to our world" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Scientific research is vital to our world [with an image of the globe]."
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 Two signs reading "Without belief in Science we would be cooking in the dark!" and "Science creates jobs, science improves health, smart leaders believe scientist." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Without belief in Science we would be cooking in the dark!"; "Science creates jobs, science improves health, smart leaders believe scientist."
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  • Demonstrations--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
  • Photograph collections--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Science and state--United States
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  • University of Washington. Libraries--Catalogs
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    • Personal Names :
    • Colman, Jamie (photographer)
    • Fletcher, Anthony (photographer)
    • Gerhard, John (Photographer) (photographer)
    • Kinsey, Kristin (photographer)
    • Nolan, Maureen (photographer)