Oak City Portraits: Science March in Raleigh
By Karen Tam |
Karen Tam was on hand Saturday for Raleigh’s Science March, where speakers declared, “You can’t spell science without NC!”
Erin Apple of Raleigh, left, with her dad Dan Latimer of Mocksville, NC
Penlyn Crawford of Raleigh, where she is a seion at NC State in Civil Engineering.
Richard Wolfenden, left and Charlie Carter, both of Chapel Hill, where they are colleagues at
UNC Medical School, Dept of Biochemistry.
Tully of Apex walks with his owner Alison Bunce
Dana Lashley of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va. uses the periodic tables to make her point
that "alternative facts are imaginary."
Seven-year-old Clarence Simpson of Raleigh, looks for shark's teeth in a plate of rocks and debris.
Amir Rezvani of Duke Medical School and a member of the Triangle Chapter of the Society for Neurosciences.
The sign on her back got the most attention as she entered the Moore Square rally for science.
Sarah DeWitt, MD in a private practice affiliated with Wake Med.
A sign in the crowd of people attending the Moore Square rally for science.
Curt Schonfeld of Durham, NC makes a stand for science.