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The Maternal and Child Health Coalition is a group of individuals and community organizations dedicated to advocating for improved health services for women and children in New Orleans. Due to the dire statistics concerning birth outcomes, particularly for women of color, in the New Orleans community, the coalition is requesting that the City Council and Mayor’s Office re-establish an office of maternal and child health within city government to monitor this crisis and implement interventions to improve how women give birth in this city.

The Maternal and Child Health Coalition is a group of individuals and community organizations dedicated to advocating for improved health services for women and children in New Orleans. Due to the dire statistics concerning birth outcomes, particularly for women of color, in the New Orleans community, the coalition is requesting that the City Council and Mayor’s Office re-establish an office of maternal and child health within city government to monitor this crisis and implement interventions to improve how women give birth in this city.

Drop by the museum every Third Thursday at noon for a guided tour by museum staff of Newcomb Art Museum's new art installation EMPIRE created by Fallen Fruit!
Free and open to the public. Contact Tom Friel at tfriel@tulane.edu with questions.
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What is EMPIRE?

Drop by the museum every Third Thursday at noon for a guided tour by museum staff of Newcomb Art Museum's new art installation EMPIRE created by Fallen Fruit!
Free and open to the public. Contact Tom Friel at tfriel@tulane.edu with questions.
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What is EMPIRE?

Title: “Organizing through a Reproductive Justice Lens in the American South”

Title: “Organizing through a Reproductive Justice Lens in the American South”

Title: “Organizing through a Reproductive Justice Lens in the American South”

The NCI Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health Internship Program is made possible through the Donna and Richard Esteves Fund for Women’s Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health. NCI is excited to once again provide undergraduate students with a chance to have a paid internship at reproductive rights and reproductive health organizations in New Orleans during the spring of 2019. We have five open positions, each providing the opportunity to develop valuable skills, knowledge, and connections related to this field.

The NCI Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health Internship Program is made possible through the Donna and Richard Esteves Fund for Women’s Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health. NCI is excited to once again provide undergraduate students with a chance to have a paid internship at reproductive rights and reproductive health organizations in New Orleans during the spring of 2019. We have five open positions, each providing the opportunity to develop valuable skills, knowledge, and connections related to this field.

Come over to the NCI House (7025 Freret St.) anytime between 12:30-1:30 PM to have lunch and meet fellow students and NCI staff. This program is open to all students, and students are also welcomed and encouraged to study at the NCI House anytime we are open. Food will be supplied until it runs out.  

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