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The Maternal and Child Health Coalition is a group of individuals and community organizations dedicated to advocating for improved health services for women and children in New Orleans. Due to the dire statistics concerning birth outcomes, particularly for women of color, in the New Orleans community, the coalition is requesting that the City Council and Mayor’s Office re-establish an office of maternal and child health within city government to monitor this crisis and implement interventions to improve how women give birth in this city.

We invite members of the Tulane Community to celebrate our 30th Anniversary with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Black Alumni Network of Tulane University (BANTU). Registration for this event should be completed through the Tulane Homecoming Website

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is celebrating 30 years of service and advocacy at Tulane University. Please join us as we honor the past, engage in the present, and prepare for the future. We will also announce our move to a new, larger space on campus.

We will be having two shows on the night of November 3rd.

During Homecoming, The O will host a networking reception with members of the Black Alumni Network of Tulane University (BANTU) and current students. 

Alumni can complete registration on the Tulane Homecoming Website

Current students should contact Carolyn Barber-Pierre at pierre@tulane.edu to register. Space is limited

Tulane University Peer Health Educators (TUPHEs) are currently recruiting new members! 



Come to our meet & greet in LBC 201 to learn more about this great opportunity.



TUPHEs are a group of students dedicated to improving the health, wellness, and safety of our community here at Tulane by educating our peers in workshops and at the Live Well Hut, and distributing safer sex supplies in residence halls.



TUCP is proud to present Tarana Burke as part of its Spring Speaker Series. No tickets are required, and the event is free and open to the public!



Tarana Burke shares the story behind the genesis of the viral 2017 TIME Person Of The Year-winning ‘me too.’ Movement, and gives strength and healing to those who have experienced sexual trauma or harassment.



TUCP Cinema is proud to present Awards Week! Come out to Rogers Memorial Chapel at 7 pm to watch a new award-nominated movie each night!



Awards Week Lineup:

Monday, 2/18- A Star is Born

Tuesday, 2/19- Isle of Dogs

Wednesday 2/20- Bohemian Rhapsody

Thursday 2/21- First Man

Friday 2/22- BlacKkKlansman



Want more award-nominated movies?



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