Today is only the beginning. Tomorrow, take action! Are you #ALLIN for #science? #marchforscience #CLE #ThisisCLE

— March For ScienceCLE (@ScienceMarchCLE) April 22, 2017

So you thought it was over? Not by a long shot! With @sciencemarchdc, this is our #weekofaction! https://t.co/8yJ4BytCBC #sciencemarch #cle pic.twitter.com/N9SYOm7WlK

— March For ScienceCLE (@ScienceMarchCLE) April 23, 2017

https://t.co/dihHjzrHFc#sciencemarch #sciencemarchcle #cle pic.twitter.com/NCFPrINTiI

— March For ScienceCLE (@ScienceMarchCLE) April 24, 2017

Share childhood memories of science with us today using #KidScientists, & #keepmarching with Day 2 actions at https://t.co/uJWc0RXQtA! pic.twitter.com/auFxFqhlg1

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 24, 2017

Saturday's #ScienceMarchCLE is just the beginning! #Cleveland take action with @ScienceMarchCLE! https://t.co/fQoYdDs31i#NoSidesInScience

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) April 24, 2017

We marched. Now what? Ideas to get involved. #citizenscience https://t.co/9DgD9VwFMD

— CleMuseumNatHistory (@goCMNH) April 24, 2017

After the #MarchforScience, 10 Easy Ways You Can Help Scientists Study the Earth https://t.co/QRRsFL9deu via @NatGeo @SciStarter #CitSci

— Cit Sci Association (@CitSciAssoc) April 24, 2017

It's TUESDAY! - "Science Empowers!" Visit the link below to learn more. https://t.co/dihHjzrHFc#sciencemarch #science #cle #weekofaction pic.twitter.com/9V1b539TkD

— March For ScienceCLE (@ScienceMarchCLE) April 25, 2017

Share ways that science helped you today. Bonus points for using science to keep Earth healthy & strong! #EverydayScience #ScienceEmpowers pic.twitter.com/y9fJddcYzL

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 25, 2017

Please read #WeekOfAction from @ScienceMarchCLE@ScienceMarchDC!

Wed #STEAM #CITSCI https://t.co/eH5NHdB2fE#ScienceMarchCLE#ScienceMarch

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) April 26, 2017

Wednesday is "Science Creates". Follow the link to learn more: https://t.co/dihHjzrHFc #sciencemarch #science #weekofaction pic.twitter.com/b1dhpvGuis

— March For ScienceCLE (@ScienceMarchCLE) April 26, 2017

Also, our US-based marchers should send a postcard to the President of the United States about why you marched at https://t.co/DGJZpqVUUv.

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 26, 2017

And marchers outside the US should head to this link to learn how to contact your lawmakers and share your story: https://t.co/GhzILeOZWZ.

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 26, 2017

SPREAD THE WORD: Text SCIENCE to 94253 to join the #MarchForScience movement! 🌎♻️🌎 pic.twitter.com/fXMyZHbDZr

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 22, 2017

.@story_collider We also encourage our US-based marchers to reach out to their Congressperson or Senator using https://t.co/M94z9u0pxY to say why you marched

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 27, 2017

.@story_collider For those outside the US, check out https://t.co/GhzILeOZWZ for instructions on how to contact your lawmakers to share why you marched!

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 27, 2017

Today the conversation is all about the way we talk about #science. Learn how to communicate science: https://t.co/8yJ4BytCBC #scicomm pic.twitter.com/mDLziYeCQD

— March For ScienceCLE (@ScienceMarchCLE) April 28, 2017

Today's #weekofaction is #scienceadvocates! Learn how you can get involved. #CLE #FridayMotivation https://t.co/dgRH8xGRvH

— March For ScienceCLE (@ScienceMarchCLE) April 28, 2017

The success of these societies is everyone’s success, so support the work necessary to center inclusion, diversity, equity, & accessibility.

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 28, 2017

It’s Day Six of our Week of Action - SCIENCE ADVOCATES. Remember: science is a work in progress. https://t.co/MeypVocWZq

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 28, 2017

It is time to tell our elected officials that we support science and hold our leaders accountable to the facts! https://t.co/M94z9u0pxY pic.twitter.com/Vi1MiyTV43

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 28, 2017

Today, learn about professional societies focused on advancing historically underrepresented scientists & advocates. https://t.co/LJCqcuLL4w

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 28, 2017

Contact your federal officials with a digital postcard stating why they should support science-based policies. https://t.co/M94z9u0pxY pic.twitter.com/kRBrg83Ffo

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 28, 2017

#ScienceMarch Week Of Action
“Science is a work in progress."@LifeAtPurdue @RoseHulmanNSBE @NSBE @AISES @sacnas @SWEtalk @ScienceMarchDC pic.twitter.com/10BcQtK0KK

— Science March Indy (@ScienceMarchIND) April 28, 2017

We marched and now we act. Tell your local and state officials why they should support science! https://t.co/yj8r1ASQDN pic.twitter.com/W8FRGkHzuL

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) April 29, 2017

It doesn't end here! So many more opportunities to be involved during week of action & beyond: https://t.co/fmvOkRLHTq #ClimateMarch

— Concerned Scientists (@UCSUSA) April 30, 2017