Oxford University’s Geography and Environment faculty has removed from its walls a portrait of its most famous – indeed only famous – recent alumna, British Prime Minister Theresa May.
The decision was apparently made in response to complaints from a handful of students.
It was led by a Twitter account with just 116 followers.
Please retweet our condemnation of Theresa May’s portrait hanging in Oxford Geography and develop alternative histories #NotAllGeographers #PhDLife #TheresaMay https://t.co/DDOiSiOmqO
— NotAllGeographers (@NGeographers) May 5, 2018
An incredible total of nine people felt inspired to retweet this exciting message.
According to Cherwell, the portrait had only been up a week. And it was, somewhat ironically, the Geography faculty’s Equalities and Diversity Officer, Claire Hann, who made the supposedly contentious decision to put up the Theresa May portrait, as part of a celebration of the faculty’s female alumnae.
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