T-shirts for Sale

By popular demand March for Science Hawaii is re-launching the t-shirt campaign. All net proceeds from the sales will be used to support local science teachers in Hawaii through a series of micro-grants administered by Kanu Hawaii. Quality science education needs to be supported in order to encourage and develop our future scientists and critical thinkers. Help us help Hawaii's educators.


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Why We March

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"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

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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

The University of Hawai’i System endorses March for Hawai’i.

University of Hawai’i Manoa

Biology
College of Natural Sciences
Information and Computer Science
Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences
Molecular Biology and Bioengineering
Pacific Biosciences Research Center
College of Social Sciences 
Kewalo Marine Laboratory 
School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology 
Botany 
Family and Consumer Sciences
CTAHR
John A. Burns School of Medicine

Organizations

Young Progressives Demanding Action
Kanu Hawai’i
The Sierra Club
Bishop Museum
The Uhu Conservancy
Hawai’i Public Health Association
Medical Professionals for Social Justice
Hawai’i Alliance for Science
Ka Mea Kolo
World Can’t Wait-Hawai`i
Womens March on Washington - Hawai’i
Sustainable Coastlines Hawai’i
Union of Concerned Scientists
PangeaSeed Foundation
The Queen’s Health Systems
SACNAS
Pacific Science Association
The Nature Conservancy Hawai’i
HPU College of Natural and Computational Sciences
Graduate Student Organization
Graduate Women in Science - Hawai’i
Healthy Climate Communities
Surfrider Foundation
Globeteck
Polynesian Voyaging Society
Planned Parenthood
HPU College of Health and Society
Purple Mai’a
The Wildlife Society - Western Section
Life of the Land
Chaminade University
Blue Planet Foundation
Organizing for Action - Maui