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Know Your Rights: Bias and Hate Crimes

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    Policies on Bias and Hate Speech
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Tulane University values an open and affirming learning and work environment, void of homophobia, heterosexism, transphobia, sexism, and other forms of gender- and sex-based bias and discrimination.

Equal Opportunity/Anti‐Discrimination Policies

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    Harassment Policies
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The May 2020 amendments to the Title IX regulations (34 C.F.R. part 106) define Sexual Harassment as conduct on the basis of sex that must satisfy one or more of the following: ...

Campus Demonstration Policy & Registration: Philosophy

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    Green
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    Advertised Commitments to Free Expression
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Tulane University’s purpose is to create, communicate and conserve knowledge in order to enrich the capacity of individuals, organizations and communities to think, to learn and to act and lead with integrity and wisdom.

Posting & Advertising Policy: General Guidelines for Posting on Bulletin Boards

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    Posting and Distribution Policies
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All materials to be posted must adhere to the following general publicity guidelines:

Publicity must not degrade groups or individuals.

Posting & Advertising Policy: Distribution/Solicitation

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    Protest and Demonstration Policies
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Tulane University has a No Solicitation policy. Solicitations and promotions are not permitted on campus grounds or in campus buildings, including residence halls.

Equal Opportunity/Anti‐Discrimination Policies

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    Harassment Policies
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In addition, consistent with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the recognition that Sexual Harassment may also occur in a wider variety of contexts, Tulane also defines Sexual Harassment to include any unwelcome sexual advance, request for sexual favors, or other unwanted conduct of a sexual nature, whet