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11 things the Rhodes community can do to be more inclusive and supportive of women.

This week, 22 current women Rhodes Scholars gathered in Oxford to discuss their experiences of being women in the Rhodes and Oxford communities. They shared specific actions and policies that left them feeling excluded or unheard. They discussed what factors caused impostor syndrome, and explored the actions everyone in the community can take to make the Rhodes community a more inclusive and supportive place for everyone—especially women. This list grew from that discussion.  

 Mary-Dan Johnston: Nowhere to Throw a Wrench

There are women whose bodies fracture the institution; that break it in places, sometimes publicly, messily. There are women whose bodies break on the institution.

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