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Letter to the Editor | Open letter to Tulane administration in support of Palestine

We, the undersigned Tulane students, demand that Tulane University take action to uphold its values. Tulane University touts a commitment to knowledge for good and leadership for a better tomorrow. As students of Tulane University, we see our school’s complicity of the genocide of Palestinians as incompatible with the values of our community.

We as Tulane students stand in solidarity with other student protestors at colleges across the country, with protestors at Tulane and those standing against this genocide globally.

Through its actions, Tulane University has perpetuated anti-Palestinian racism and bias and obstructed free academic thought. Tulane has repeatedly gone against its own values of free expression and censored students for speaking out. We demand changes to our university’s policies as follows:

  1. That Tulane University discloses the annual investments of its endowment beginning with the 2023 fiscal year.
  2. That Tulane University divest fully from Israeli corporations and corporations that supply arms, fuel or technology to Israel, including the U.S.-Israel Energy Center.
  3. That Tulane University cut all ties with Israeli universities, including canceling all “birthright” trips to occupied Palestine.
  4. That Tulane University publicly states its support for the City Council of New Orleans to pass a ceasefire resolution.
  5. That Tulane University provide institutional protection for Arab, Muslim and Palestinian students as well as their allies equal to that of all Tulane students.
  6. That Tulane University stop censorship of pro-Palestinian perspectives on and off campus.
  7. That Tulane University protect students that freely express their pro-Palestinian beliefs through equal treatment in student organizations, university publications and other Tulane-affiliated programming. 
  8. That Tulane University protect the brave student activists against arrests and refrain from issuing conduct violations.

The full list of over 700 signatories can be found at this link

Note: All signatures are from current Tulane students.



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