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March For Science In Spokane 

Hundreds of people attended the March For Science in Spokane, which started with speakers in Riverfront Park, and ended with a march through the park and downtown streets. The local march was one of hundreds organized worldwide on Earth Day. Local organizers stated that they wanted to promote the sciences and protest anti-science policies by Congress and President Trump.
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Attendees listen to speaches in Riverfront park.
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Emcee Danetta Garcia speaks in Riverfront park
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Colleen Egger, from Colville, Wash., holds up her sign while listening to a speaker in Riverfront park.
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Jacob Wood, right, applauds as his 6 year old daughter Valentina Wood looks on in Riverfront park.
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The Raging Grannies, left, perform in Riverfront park.
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Eastern Washington University Geology Lecturer Nigel Davis holds his sign while listening to a speaker in Riverfront park.
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Keith McKlendin, MD, center, a Radiologist at Kootenai Health in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, holds a sign while standing with (left to right) his 11 year old daughter Ashlynn McKlendin, his wife Amy McKlendin, right, who is holding their 9 year old son Grayson, in Riverfront park.
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Gonzaga University Professor of Biology Nancy Staub speaks in Riverfront park.
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Mary Bedell, right, and Jean Pond speak in Riverfront park.
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Eastern Washington University Professor of Philosophy Kevin Decker speaks in Riverfront park.
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Bill Miller assembles a temporary booth in Riverfront park.
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Jubilant Hollister-Stier Associate Director of Business Development Christopher Pierce speaks in Riverfront park.
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Public Interest Water Lawyer Rachael Paschal Osborn speaks in Riverfront park.
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Amanda Braley, one of the march organizers and Gonzaga University Biology Laboratory Specialist, waits in Riverfront Park for the beginning of the march.
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(Left to right) Emily Smith, her 4 year old son John Smith, her husband Simeon Smith, and 1 year old Matthew Smith, in the stroller, wait in Riverfront Park for the beginning of the march.
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Katie Setzer, left, and Ellie McCann hold a sign as they march on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront park.
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7 year old Theia Garrettson, left, 11 year old Creeley Chanse march on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront park.
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Marchers walk on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park in Riverfront park.
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Marchers pass the memorial statue of U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Michael P. Anderson, an astronaut who died when the Columbia Space Shuttle broke apart in re-entry on Feb. 1, 2003, in Riverfront park.
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Marchers walk on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park in Riverfront park.
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Marchers walk on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park in Riverfront park.
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Marchers walk on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront Park in Riverfront park.
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Pamela Davis marches on W. Spokane Falls Blvd., near N. Washington St.,.
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14 year old Adrian Smith marches on W. Spokane Falls Blvd., near N. Washington St.,.
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Dan Siddoway marches on N. Wall St., near W. Main Ave.,.
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(Left to right) Scott Howland, Rebecca Casey and Richard Stevens march on N. Wall St. near W. Spokane Falls Blvd.,.
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Sean Hopf, a science teacher at PRIDE Prep, holds his 3 year old daughter Lillian Hopf, as he marches.
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Natasha Miserendino, left, and Kayden Hitzeman march through Riverfront park at the end the march.
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(Left to right) Emily Clark, Jonathan Kemper, Ron Large and Robbie Newell look at the Spokane River in Riverfront park at the end of the march.
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Attendees listen to speaches in Riverfront park.
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