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The View from Gibson: The View from Gibson - Presidential Commission on Race and Tulane Values Update
Members of the Commission are funneling ideas directly to President Fitts to be acted upon immediately. Here are some of the results.

New Wave: Spirit of renewal in Africana Studies
The Africana Studies Program in the School of Liberal Arts has a new name, a new home and a renewed focus both on internationalism and black experience in the United States. Tulane holds meeting about racial issues on campus
It was a packed house as students, faculty and staff tackled the issue of race relations on campus. 

New Wave: 'That's how we get a more equitable university'
At a presidential town hall meeting on racial issues, students and leaders call for a more racially diverse campus and an atmosphere that reflects more mutual respect.

Harvard Graduate School of Education: Turning the Tide
Inspiring concern for others and the common good through college admissions.


Race in America Film Series
Race in America: Past, Present & Future

September 18, 2016, 6:30 p.m., Kendall Cram Room, LBC
A three part documentary that focuses on a different aspect of this country’s difficult and unfinished struggle for racial equality – from the legacy of slavery to racial disparities in prosecution of the “war on drugs.”
Race in America Film Series
The House I Live In

October 9, 2016, 6:30 p.m., Kendall Cram Room, LBC