The Tulane Hullabaloo

Pop-up counter Saartj serves customers taste of wealth disparity through prices

Saartj, the pop-up lunch counter, offered visitors the opportunity to address the issue in a provocative way.

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor

April 4, 2018

For lunch-goers looking for a side of social discourse with their sandwiches, a shop opened up at the Roux Carre Market last month prompting discussion about racial wealth disparity in New Orleans. Saartj, the pop-up lunch counter, offered visitors the opportunity to address the issue in a provocative w...

The Women’s March on Washington: An intersectional perspective

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Lauren Gaines and Ella Helmuth

January 28, 2017

Friday afternoon, 56 Tulane students boarded a bus bound for Washington, DC. They joined a group of three million marchers around the globe in what was coined the Women's March. "We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health,...

Lauren, 18, cisgender woman, black:

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Lauren Gaines, Associate Editor

January 28, 2017

Upon registering for the Women's March on Washington, I joined this movement with numerous reservations. The biggest concern I had was that this march was not going to address the struggles and harsh realities of women of color as the pertinent issues they are. As a black woman, I signed up halfway expect...