NEWS & BLOG

New Exhibition Launching This Fall

We just launched a new traveling museum exhibition developed in collaboration with the House of Tears Carvers of the Lummi Nation. Check it out in Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History before it travels to museums in NJ, FL, and beyond.

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Saving Toxic Houston

Last year, we worked with TEJAS on an exhibition, citizen science air-monitoring project, and program of monthly “Toxic Tours” of Houston’s oil refineries, chemical plants, Superfund sites, and coal-powered plants. To learn more about how environmental injustice plays out in Houston, check out video and photos from the exhibition.

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March of the Penguins & Both Poles of the Planet

The March for Science took place in 600+ cities around the world and all 7 continents. There was even a penguin march, a march at the bottom of the ocean, and on both poles of the planet! Here are highlights from The Natural History Museum’s involvement.

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Indigenous Science Letter

The Natural History Museum teamed up with the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment and Indigenous scientists to help organize a March for Science endorsement letter affirming the role of Indigenous Science and traditional ways of knowing.

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Why We’re Marching for Science

For too long we’ve relied on facts and evidence to speak for themselves. That strategy has failed us. The March for Science is the latest expression of a growing and historic movement of scientists and supporters speaking out in the public sphere.

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