LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A whole lot took to downtown Louisville Sunday to march for science.
Most of the members held indicators hoping to boost consciousness concerning the significance of science and governmental funding.
The non-partisan group walked from Metropolis Corridor to the Louisville Science Middle and again to Metropolis Corridor, whereas chanting and listening to audio system.
Supporters had a transparent message for lawmakers in Washington.
“I really feel loads of our governments aren’t listening to stem individuals who have a bit of bit of data about science, know-how, schooling, the setting and arithmetic,” stated U of L Biologist Jim Alexander.
Thunder Over Louisville festivities delayed the native march from Saturday, when greater than four hundred cities around the globe took half.
The native group can also be planning a local weather change march on April 29.
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