THE CUT | THE MARCH FOR SCIENCE HAS KICKED OFF A BIG, IMPORTANT CONVERSATION ABOUT SCIENTIFIC ‘OBJECTIVITY'

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There’s been a lot of heated online debate about the upcoming March for Science in Washington, an event that is billed as a response to the election of Donald Trump and “the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments.” As is often the case with heated online debates, people are doing a lot of yelling and talking past one another. But beyond all that noise is an important, complicated conversation about science, politics, and social justice — a conversation worth having.

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