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  • Visibility is important, but to be truly inclusive, we need to create strong, resilient, and intersectional geoscience communities that confront the violence from both within and outside of academia, argues Rob Ulrich.

    • Robert N. Ulrich
    World View
  • Coming out means becoming human, to share common struggles, to become vulnerable. In this space, fear of rejection about sexual identity dissipates into “I am” but human, and it can start as simply as with a conversation with someone you like and trust, states Jef Caers.

    • Jef Caers
    World View
  • Having multiple intersections of identity makes navigating geoscience complicated. Now is the time for non-marginalized people to take action and dismantle the biased system, outlines Jazmin Scarlett.

    • Jazmin P. Scarlett
    World View
  • Come out, come out, wherever you are: the geosciences need LGBTQI+ allies, says Anson Mackay.

    • Anson Mackay
    World View
  • Geoscience is increasingly transdisciplinary, requiring researchers from many different scientific backgrounds to work together. Jayme Feyhl-Buska, a biologist pursuing a doctoral degree in an Earth Science department, highlights lessons that she learned on the cusp of the two fields, and urges collaborators to convey lines of thinking and define terminology upfront.

    • Jayme Feyhl-Buska
    World View