On Saturday April 22, members of the science community gathered at Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles, to celebrate Earth Day and all elements of science. The Earth Day March for Science was part of a world-wide event in defense of “the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments.” The Los Angeles March was held at Pershing Square Downtown and was one of over 600 marches. During the rally, scientists, skeptics, librarians, and musical guests shared their love for the sciences. Attendees watched speaker presentations, live-demonstrations, and even sang along to songs about science.



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Michael Ray is a writer, editor, and Generation Y shutterbug. California grown environmentalist and published photographer, “Say Avocado.”

I’m a social media whiz with interests in ecology, environmental activism, Literature, and California culture. I enjoy reading and writing about plant-based living, and document it all through recommended readings lists, audio broadcasts and short films.

In my non-writing life, I like painting, fashion, yoga, and set design. I’m a graduate of Humboldt State University with a BA in English Literature, and was a costumer for the world-famous Humboldt Circus 2012-13. I love Poesy, spoken word and was Poetry Division editor for The Toyon Literary Journal. Curious about current projects? Want to schedule an interview? Contact me at MRDLA1111@gmail.com.

From California with Love,
Michael Ray

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