Join the protest at TD Bank, 324 Main St. (corner of Main and Federal Streets) Greenfield, MA every Tuesday and Saturday at noon to protest the Bank’s financial involvement in the Dakota Access Pipeline. If you have an account with TD Bank, we strongly suggest you close your account and switch to a local bank for your banking needs.
Saturday, April 15, 1 to 4pm. Tax Day March in Boston! City Hall Plaza, Boston MA. #1 City Hall Plaza, Boston, Massachusetts 02341. We will protest the fact that Trump does not release his tax returns, all the while hardworking New Englanders contribute $12 BILLION more in federal taxes than we receive in federal spending. We will not take this anymore. Say goodbye to federal greed, taxation without adequate representation, and federal hypocrisy! Go to:

Saturday, April 22, Noon to 5pm. March for Science – Boston Common. The March for Science champions publicly-funded and publicly-communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity. We unite as a diverse, non-partisan group to call for science that upholds the common good, and for political leaders and policy makers to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest. This group is inclusive of all individuals and types of science! Go to:

Saturday, April 22, All Day. March for Science – Washington, DC. In Washington DC, our march through the streets will culminate in a rally on the Washington Mall. Co-hosted with the Earth Day Network, the rally will be both a call for politicians to implement science based policies and a public celebration of science.  The rally will feature main stage speakers and teach-in tents around the mall where scientists and science communicators from a wide variety of scientific fields will discuss their work and its impact on our everyday lives. Go to:


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