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The Mpowerment Project

The Mpowerment project is a community building project designed specifically to address the needs of young gay, bisexual and questioning/curious men.  The Mpowerment project addresses individual, interpersonal, social and structural/environmental issues.  The main goal of the Mpowerment project is to create a safer and stronger community at Tulane University where young men can feel empowered to make a difference in their own lives, the lives of their peers, and their community. We promote making healthy and safe lifestyle choices.



The Mpowerment project's designated safe space is located in Tulane University's Warren House (MOSAIC lounge). Inside the MOSAIC lounge you will find movies, Internet access, great books, information, free snacks, and much more!


Our Programs

Social Events: We also provide a variety of social events for the LGBTQ community.  Ms. Paul Tulane, Mr. Sophie Newcomb is the annual amateur drag show and our first BIG event each fall!

M-Groups: M-Groups are the educational component of the Mpowerment project, they are peer led, one-time meetings of 8 to 10 young gay/ bisexual and curious men where students discuss condom negotiation tactics, how to meet guys, safe sex practices, HIV testing, relationships, and much more. 

Contact Information

If you would like to share an idea for an event, would like more information about the Mpowerment Project, or simply give us some feedback feel free to call 504-314-7400 or look for us on FACEBOOK!.

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Wellness and Health Promotion, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5255