Honolulu, O'ahu:
University of Hawai'i, Mānoa Campus, Bachman Lawn (corner of Dole and University)

Schedule: Saturday, April 22, 2017
  • 3-6pm: Speakers, Exhibits, Music, Food
  • 4-5pm: March from the University to Stadium Park and back


Facebook Event
Facebook: ScienceMarchHI
Twitter: @ScienceMarchHI
Instagram: sciencemarchhi
Email: marchforsciencehawaii@gmail.com
Hilo, Hawai'i:

Event 1: Friday April 21, 2017
Soccerfield Pavillion Downtown Hilo
5:30pm: Kickoff event

Event 2: Saturday, April 22, 2017
Merrie Monarch Festival
8:30am-12pm
Meet at Wailoa Park at 8:30am

Register/sign-up to walk in the Merrie Monarch Festival:

Facebook Event
Facebook: MarchforScienceHilo
Twitter: @March4Sci_Hilo
Lihue, Kaua'i:
Sign Waving @ corner of Ahukini Rd & Kapule Highway near the airport in Lihue

Saturday, April 22, 2017
11 am to 1 pm

Facebook Event
Twitter: @ScienceMarchKau
Email: marchforsciencekauai@gmail.com

Kahului, Maui:
"Great Lawn" UH Maui Campus
310 W. Ka'ahumanu Ave
Kahului, HI 96732

Saturday, April 22, 2017
9-11am

Facebook: MarchForScienceMaui

Honolulu March

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#rainorshine we march!! Bring your umbrellas and rain jackets!

Bachman Lawn

The area around Bachman Hall has long been a gathering place for the local community to exercise our free speech rights. In recent times, these protests have focused on multiple conflicts between UH-driven research and Native Hawaiian communities. Importantly, Bachman lawn has been the locus of TMT resistance on Mānoa campus – manifested in the construction of an ‘ahu in 2015. The Honolulu March for Science seeks to create a space where diverse experiences are valued, not marginalized. This Earth Day, those who value science will gather at Bachman Lawn in solidarity and respect.

Information Packet

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The March for Science Hawai'i Information Packet is available to download. Please download onto your phone/portable device and try not to print the entire document. We will have a limited number of hard copies of the "Tips for Marchers" at the event. PDF (3MB)

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why we march

Hear what Hawaii marchers, Dr. Philip Johnson, Dr. Joe Mobley, Dr. Helen Spafford, Dr. Mark Hixon, Priscilla Seabourn, and Dr. Grant Yamashita have to say about March for Science Hawaii and the role of science for society in this two-part interview on ThinkTech Hawaii.



why should you march?

"It is fine to remain nonpartisan, but that should not mean being blissfully ignorant of the realities of politics. The battles to come in Washington over spending priorities could determine whether the United States will remain a global leader in scientific research."

-- The Washington Post, 4/19/17

"But the standard of “the common good” should not be the one by which science is judged, because such a standard risks politicizing what is inherently apolitical. The March for Science must be clear-eyed in its defense of the scientific process as an independently valuable human activity. It should defend the core value of the scientific process: discovering more about the universe, and ourselves."

-- The New Yorker, 4/21/17

Partners

March for Science Hawai’i is proud to be sponsored and endorsed by a large number of dynamic and impactful local organizations.
If your organization would like to sponsor or endorse March for Science Hawai’i, please contact us at marchforsciencehawaii@gmail.com.

Sponsors

Leakmaster Roofing

Urgent Care Hawai'i

Menehune Water Company

Endorsements