After the March

Organizers of this weekend's March for Science say they plan to keep the momentum going even after the event, the New York Times reports.

"We have no intention of letting this stop after April 22," march co-chair Caroline Weinberg tells the Times. "I will have considered it pretty much a failure if after April 22 all of this movement and all of this passion dissipates."

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