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This is the first of two talks I was invited to give in New Zealand in September 2017. It is fitting to share this today, on the second March for Science event happening in over 200 cities around the world, including Australia. I introduce a diversity framework to take you through a few examples of how White women and underrepresented minorities challenged the March for Science. This talk includes discussion of four social science concepts to organise some of the issues that emerged in the March: equity, inclusion, access and intersectionality. I show how we can use this diversity framework in planning more inclusive science movements.