Jeffrey Anderson makes protest signs with his daughters Ashley, left, and Ellie, for the March for Science in Washington, at their home in East Millcreek, Utah, April 15, 2017. The rally is in support of scientific research, which many feel has increasingly come under attack during the Trump administration. “The wholesale disregard of truth and fact by the president and his close advisers, their devaluing evidence and the scientific method, is so extreme that I can’t be silent,” Anderson said.
Jeffrey Anderson makes protest signs with his daughters Ashley, left, and Ellie, for the March for Science in Washington, at their home in East Millcreek, Utah, April 15, 2017. The rally is in support of scientific research, which many feel has increasingly come under attack during the Trump administration. “The wholesale disregard of truth and fact by the president and his close advisers, their devaluing evidence and the scientific method, is so extreme that I can’t be silent,” Anderson said. Jared Soares The New York Times
Jeffrey Anderson makes protest signs with his daughters Ashley, left, and Ellie, for the March for Science in Washington, at their home in East Millcreek, Utah, April 15, 2017. The rally is in support of scientific research, which many feel has increasingly come under attack during the Trump administration. “The wholesale disregard of truth and fact by the president and his close advisers, their devaluing evidence and the scientific method, is so extreme that I can’t be silent,” Anderson said. Jared Soares The New York Times

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