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March For Science Phoenix: Hundreds of science supporters rally in Margaret T. Hance Park

Science supporters and advocates gathered’to participate in March For Science 2018 rally and march in Phoenix Saturday at Margaret T. Hance Park.

Jasmine Sherman, 8, builds a bird feeder at #MarchForScience in Phoenix with the help of Jamie Beck from Fallen Feathers bird sanctuary on April 14.

When 10-year-old Darius Collins visited Margaret T. Hance Park on Saturday morning, he never expected he’d get to ride a roller coaster.

The roller coaster was part of a virtual-reality exhibit at March For Science Phoenix, which featured dozens of interactive exhibits and booths representing’Arizona organizations and advocacy groups.’

The march and rally drew hundreds of science supporters and advocates from throughout the Valley. Darius’ mother, Pardis Collins, said she took her family because they have a passion for science.

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