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  • Singer Lauren Wakefield kicks off March for Science, and Doris Matsui speaks in Sacramento

    Roughly 200 people gathered Saturday morning, April 22, 2017, at Southside Park for the local March for Science, part of a series of rallies held globally in support of the sciences. Singer Lauren Wakefield kicked off the event with a performance. Later Rep. Doris Matsui spoke to the crowd. Sister marches were held in locations including Washington D.C., London and Tokyo.

Roughly 200 people gathered Saturday morning, April 22, 2017, at Southside Park for the local March for Science, part of a series of rallies held globally in support of the sciences. Singer Lauren Wakefield kicked off the event with a performance. Later Rep. Doris Matsui spoke to the crowd. Sister marches were held in locations including Washington D.C., London and Tokyo. Nashelly Chavez The Sacramento Bee
Roughly 200 people gathered Saturday morning, April 22, 2017, at Southside Park for the local March for Science, part of a series of rallies held globally in support of the sciences. Singer Lauren Wakefield kicked off the event with a performance. Later Rep. Doris Matsui spoke to the crowd. Sister marches were held in locations including Washington D.C., London and Tokyo. Nashelly Chavez The Sacramento Bee

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