Saturday, April 22 is the March for Science, a march dedicated to championing science and emphasizing its importance in all aspects of life. While the primary march is happening in Washington, D.C., there will be satellite marches across the country — and you can also change your Facebook profile picture for the March for Science. Whether it's because you can't take part in the activities in person or whether you just want another way to show your love of all things science, a little social media activism can help get the word out and add your voice to the crowd.
Happily, changing your profile picture is incredibly simple: The Nature Conservancy has created a March for Science frame you can add to your profile image directly from within Facebook. It’ll appear as a black bar with the Nature Conservancy logo and the words “I’m with science” at the bottom of your lovely mug. The official March for Science organization has also created a frame you can use which overlays your profile picture with a white atom containing the Earth as its nucleus. That frame also has “#MarchforScience” in the bottom right corner.