How do I get there?
Avoid above-ground vehicular transit. Ride a bike, take a jog, or rely on good ol’ public transportation. To reach the starting point via subway, take the A, B, C, D, E, F, and M trains to West 4th Street, or the 1 to Christopher Street.
What is the weather going to be?
Expect seasonably appropriate 70-degree sunshine. Dress accordingly, whatever that means to you.
Avoid backpacks, and stick to comfortable footwear -- you’ll spend a lot of time on your feet.
Sunglasses make you look cool, and they’ll also protect your eyes from those sweet, sweet UV rays. Grab an official March for Science T-shirt to show your support.
What do I bring?
Showcase your best science puns on a sign! Sticks and metal poles are prohibited, so be sure it’s handheld propaganda. Use recyclable materials -- this is a rally for the Earth, after all. Bring along some sunscreen. This is the first time NYC has truly seen the sun in months.
Most importantly, bring water (in a reusable bottle). Fighting for science will make you thirsty.