The Tulane Hullabaloo

Campus maintains connections to legendary capitalist with legacy of colonization


Austin Rodriguez and Alejandra González Vargas

April 25, 2018

One night in 1911, under the cover of darkness, revolutionary general-for-hire Lee Christmas slipped away from Secret Service agents in New Orleans who were seeking to ensure that a coup on the Honduran government was not launched from American soil. Waiting for Christmas a few miles off of the American coast was ...