Virtual Tour: Turn Back the Clock
People’s Climate March in New York City, 2014
More than 300,000 people attended the People’s Climate March in September of 2014, including 14-year-old environmental activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez.
“We have been presented with an opportunity,” Martinez said, “because what better time to be born than now? We exist at a perfect time, because this generation, these people in this room, the neighbors next to you—we have the opportunity to rewrite history.”
This artifact is featured in our virtual Turn Back the Clock tour. Take the tour to learn more about the history of the Doomsday Clock and discover how you, today, can help “turn back the Clock.” Start here.
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Take the virtual tour
This artifact is featured in our virtual Turn Back the Clock tour, based on an all-ages exhibit presented by the Bulletin at the Museum of Science and Industry from 2017 to 2019. Enter the tour to learn more about the history of the Doomsday Clock and what it says about evolving threats to humanity. See why Doomsday Clock matters more than ever and discover how you, today, can help “turn back the Clock.”