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This video profiles the activist science of the Watershed Institute, produced in the context of the 2018 exhibition Kwel’ Hoy: Many Struggles, One Front.

Developed by The Natural History Museum with the House of Tears Carvers of the Lummi Nation, Ramapough Lenape Nation, Watershed Institute, Princeton Environmental Institute and Center for the Humanities at CUNY Graduate Center, the exhibition connected the Watershed Institute’s efforts to protect the local watershed from the proposed PennEast Pipeline to the nearby Ramapough Lenape Nation’s struggle to stop the Pilgrim Pipeline, and the Lummi’s struggles to protect the waters of the Pacific Northwest from oil tankers and pipelines.

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Science serves the common good. It protects the health of our communities, the safety of our families, the education of our children, the foundation of our economy and jobs, and the future we all want to live in and preserve for coming generations. Faced with the muzzling of scientists and government agencies, the immigration ban, the deletion of scientific data, and the de-funding of public science under the Trump Administration, the NHM co-organized a series of rallies that led to the International March or Science, which drew millions on all 7 continents.

This video profiles a rally held in Boston during the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science convention, where 3,000 scientists and supporters stood behind the message: Science must serve the interests of all people, not just those in power.

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