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An hour long performance of four different plays directed and acted by Tulane students.

Friday, April 26th at 8pm

Saturday, April 27th at 8pm

Sunday, April 28th at 2pm

Join us for a study break!

Decolonizing Health

A talk drawing attention to the ways in which black femme and QTPOC living with chronic illness navigate a healthcare industry complicit in white supremacist power structures. 

This is an Audre Lorde Days Event and is free and open to the public.

Dr. Vivian Norris is a filmmaker, journalist and academic teaching Global Communications and Policy and serving as a Fellow of the Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design  Thinking at Tulane University. Dr Norris directed and produced a feature documentary, Obama Mama, on the life of Obama's mother, Ann Dunham. Come enjoy the film that won Seattle International - Official Selection 2014. 

Hang out with WTUL DJs, eat great food, show off your musical knowledge and win prizes!

Paris to Pittsburgh brings to life the impassioned efforts of individuals who are battling the most severe threats of climate change in their own backyards. Set against the national debate over the United States' energy future - and the Trump administration's explosive decision to exit the Paris Climate Agreement - the film captures what's at stake for communities around the country and the inspiring ways Americans are responding.


Green Club will host a special screening of this documentary on Monday, March 25th at 6pm in Dinwiddie 103. 

THE JUDGE provides rare insight into Shari’a law, an often-misunderstood legal framework for Muslims, told through the eyes of the first woman judge to be appointed to the Middle East’s religious courts.

Come watch the film the New York Times calls "defiantly upbeat" with remarks from Sally J. Kenney.

Under the Oaks is a ceremony hosted each year by Newcomb College Institute during Commencement week. At Under the Oaks, we honor Newcomb College Institute award recipients, Newcomb Scholars, Mortar Board members, Newcomb grant recipients, Newcomb Alumnae Association award recipients, outstanding faculty, and the Newcomb College Class of 1969. 

Bursting with the colorful street style & music of Nairobi’s vibrant youth culture, RAFIKI is a tender love story between two young women in a country that still criminalizes homosexuality. Kena and Ziki have long been told that “good Kenyan girls become good Kenyan wives” - but they yearn for something more. Despite the political rivalry between their families, the girls encourage each other to pursue their dreams in a conservative society. When love blossoms between them, Kena and Ziki must choose between happiness and safety.

In this dynamic presentation on justice, art, and activism, visiting scholar Alexandria Hollett will use her experiences as a public school teacher, community/labor organizer, and slam poet to explore how we advocate for ourselves and others in the face of institutional and structural harm.