Science for Georgia stands firmly for increasing diversity and inclusion within the scientific community. To make progress, all must be served, all voices must be heard, and all must have an opportunity for a seat at the table. Additionally, Science for Georgia advocates for using science and data to support the rights of all people, especially those marginalized in our society. Gun violence, police brutality, the economic, physical, and mental health of vulnerable populations, environmental racism, and the deep divides splintering our nation are all big, complicated problems. The first step to solving anything is understanding what is wrong, and why. With that shared knowledge, we can build to a solution that can truly address these critical issues, independent of beliefs and biases, and to make our world a better place.