part 2 March for Science Dallas signs: Earth Day Texas at Fair Park

part 2 March for Science Dallas signs: Earth Day Texas at Fair Park

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by Amy Martin  moonlady.com

Though the March for Science Dallas had a wimpy ending, the sentiment continued through the day at Earth Day Dallas. Signs and t-shirts from the march were everywhere. Now that’s some good outreach!

These guys greeted us after entry and were mega fun. Wish the photos weren’t so fuzzy. The sign is about cow catapulting. They were wearing chainmail! Science has been with us a long time.

This guy.

Science signs and t-shirts were prominent throughout the event grounds all afternoon long.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proverbs 12:1 “Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge, but whoever hates correction is stupid”

Science dog!

This was our Deep Ellum dinosaur. She was still tuckered from dragging that costue around.

More science signs!

 

 

 

 

Youth rocks science!

 

Science families had a grand time at Earth Day Texas.

 

Some lively feminism swirled around the march.

Preservation of the planet and the administration’s assault on environmental science was a big theme.

Science! Science! Science!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Her sign was also in German!

Think!

 

 

Climate change was foremost on people’s minds.

Get active, get loud, get after it!

 

A t-shirt is a walking sign.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A few more signs on the DART train home.

Thanks for reading this from your photojournalist Amy Martin and webmaster Scooter Smith.

PART One: Photos of Science Signs from City Hall plaza to Fair Park

 

Amy Martin

Amy Martin is the author of Itchy Business: How to Treat the Poison Ivy and Poison Oak Rash. More info at http://itchy.biz/. She also writes for TheaterJones (comedy), GreenSource DFW (North Texas Wild column), and Senior Voice (TheAging Hippie column). A journalist for over 30 years, she wrote for Dallas Observer, Dallas Times Herald, Dallas Morning News, and D magazine, and was contributing editor and columnist for Garbage magazine. She was known by many in North Texas as the Moonlady for her alternative newservice of 15 years, Moonlady News, and served as creator/producer/promoter of the acclaimed Winter and Summer SolstiCelebrations for 20 years. 

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