Darwin Day declared in Connecticut

Connecticut's governor Ned Lamont declared February 12, 2020, Charles Darwin Day in the state of Connecticut, citing the need to protect "the advancement of science and courageous free inquiry," including "the study of the impacts of climate change." Darwin was described as developing "the groundbreaking theory of evolution by the mechanism of natural selection" and as "a worthy symbol of scientific advancement."

Glenn Branch
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Glenn Branch is Deputy Director of NCSE.

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