Taking Science to the People

Taking Science to the People

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Dear Amelia,
I know you are only six, but I feel like someday you might read this.  After you stop rolling your eyes about my political posts, hopefully you will find this post.  I want to tell you honestly how it feels to stand up for something you believe in.
I know there probably have been a lot of people, myself included, that have told you that standing up for what is right always feels great.  
Reblogging so hopefully, my daughter will read this, too. Great post!

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