Science has run into some problems as of late and the organized March for Science didn’t address these. In fact, it turned out to be mostly about politics, and set an example of how to not do science.
The central issue is that people are being taught not to question what science tells us, or what is being passed off as science. The celebrity scientists of our day encourage STEM programs, wax on how amazing science is, and how important it is for you to study it.
But don’t question it. Anytime someone yells “the consensus says,” you should stop and shake your head in agreement.
This isn’t science. It’s pseudoscience at best, brainwashing into conformity at worst.