The Tulane Hullabaloo

States are abusing the coronavirus pandemic to restrict reproductive justice

Czars Trinidad | Layout Editor

LaKia Williams, Contributing Writer

April 1, 2020

LaKia Williams is the communications and outreach coordinator for ReJAC NOLA, a fellow for MyLASexEd, an advisor on the student activist advisory committee for ASEC, and the founder and coordinator of Big Easy EC. Sexual and reproductive health care has long been a contentious topic throughout the...

Tulane Student Health Center now provides free emergency contraceptives

Czars Trinidad | Layout Editor

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor

December 10, 2019

The Tulane Student Health Center (SHC) began providing free emergency contraceptives at its on-campus pharmacy Nov. 21. “Our decision on this was based on the need Students United for Reproductive Justice highlighted in their recent work to increase access to emergency contraception,” Scott Ti...

Loyola’s fight for sexual health merits our support


Julia Ferro, Senior Staff Writer

December 5, 2019

Students passionate about reproductive justice and sexual health, looking to extend their activism off-campus, need look no further than our next door neighbor. The culture surrounding sexual health at Loyola University is deserving of our attention.  Despite the fact that Loyola University and ...

SURJ now offering free emergency contraceptives for Tulane community


Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor

November 14, 2019

Tulane Students United for Reproductive Justice (SURJ) launched a partnership this past Saturday with community justice organization Reproductive Justice Action Collective (ReJAC) to provide free emergency contraceptives for the Uptown Tulane community. Students can text or call SURJ at 504-...

Tulane students participate in fights for reproductive justice


Megan Garcia, Intersections Editor

September 1, 2019

Over the summer, changes to women’s and transgender people’s rights were happening in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana. This past state legislative, running from April through June, saw the passage of the Fetal Heartbeat bill as well as debate over the sales tax on diapers and tampons and the Lo...