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We have moved! The Goldman Center is now in the basement of the Howard Tilton Library, Suites B-25 and B-30.

 Author, columnist, television writer, and humorist Sayed Kashua addresses the problems faced by Arab Israelis who feel caught between two worlds.  Kashua is an award-winning artist who has also been the subject of a documentary.  His books will be available for sale at the event.  

Geographer and author Richard Campanella lectures on the spatial dimensions of New Orleans’ building styles and typologies—how they arrived here, where they were built, why they transformed, and how they affect and reflect us today. Campanella is a Senior Professor of Practice in the Tulane School of Architecture and Monroe Fellow in the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South.  

Wear your Tulane gear on Tulane Tuesdays and stop by the LBC between 11:00 - 1:00 PM to enjoy some SNACKS AND SWAG provided by the Goldman Center, OMA, and the LBC!
Sponsored by the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life.

Wear your Tulane gear on Tulane Tuesdays and stop by the LBC between 11:00 - 1:00 PM to enjoy some SNACKS AND SWAG provided by the Goldman Center, OMA, and the LBC!
Sponsored by the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life.

This traveling exhibit is designed to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities through respect for others, comfort during interactions, and awareness of disability issues.
Using a multimedia approach, The Ability Exhibit offers suggestions for becoming disability allies and educators. It provides interactive stations designed to build awareness about people with disabilities and the disability movement.

This traveling exhibit is designed to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities through respect for others, comfort during interactions, and awareness of disability issues. Using a multimedia approach, The Ability Exhibit offers suggestions for becoming disability allies and educators. It provides interactive stations designed to build awareness about people with disabilities and the disability movement.

Please join us for a student lead discussion around ability/disability, intersecting identities, and creating accessible and inclusive environments for all members of the Tulane community. We will discuss ideas and plans for how to utilize programming, workshops and initiatives to continue efforts toward improving inclusivity and equity for all Tulane students.
We welcome perspectives from students, alumni, faculty, local New Orleans leader and the general public. 

Please join us for a student lead discussion around ability/disability, intersecting identities, and creating accessible and inclusive environments for all members of the Tulane community. We will discuss ideas and plans for how to utilize programming, workshops and initiatives to continue efforts toward improving inclusivity and equity for all Tulane students.
We welcome perspectives from students, alumni, faculty, local New Orleans leaders, and the general public. 

Wear your Tulane gear each Tuesday and stop by the LBC First Floor Hallway between 11AM-2PM to get today's FREE giveaway - Mini Pies
Sponsored by the Goldman Center for Student Accessibility and the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life
** You must wear Tulane gear to receive the giveaway, no exceptions** Giveaway applies while supplies last and are first come, first serve

This is a community building circle designed by and for graduate students at Tulane. The event is focused on dismantling ableism (both internalized and systemic) that exacerbates and stigmatizes people living with mental illness and mental health challenges. This space is open to both allies and people who identify as neurodivergent, "Mad", mentally ill, etc. 
 

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