The Diversity Coalition strives to end social injustices in our communities. As a student organization of the Tulane School of Social Work we are fighting to give undocumented or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students access to higher education. Tulane University Students regardless of documented status should be allowed to continuing their higher education. Tulane University students who have DACA or are undocumented have rights and resources available to them. Please click on the below link if you need more information on the services that you have access to.
The Diversity Coalition's goals are:
- To provide an open forum for discussion and exploration of topics related to diversity that affect students and the quality of life.
- To provide an avenue for informal evaluation and feedback about content on all issues related to diversity in the curriculum.
- To sponsor educational events (e.g. noontime brown bag, panel, or speaker) that enhances awareness of diversity issues at the Tulane School of Social Work.
The Diversity Coalition is comprised of faculty and students who are concerned with diversity issues such as classism, racism, sexism, homophobia, and any other pertinent issues related to the quality of life at the Tulane School of Social Work.
Faculty Representative Dr. Reggie Parquet can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 504-862-3491 or by visiting his office, Room 340.