On Aug. 31, Andaiye Qaasim joined NC State’s African American Cultural Center as its assistant director. After a year-long search, the center …
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“The GLBT Center is uniquely situated to serve students, faculty, staff, alumni and in some instances, community members,” said Andy DeRoin, assistant director of the GLBT Center.
You may be new to campus or a returning senior, but it always pays to brush up on some of the most important campus resources available to students and faculty.
Students, alumni, staff and community members celebrated Black History Month by participating in the Red, White and Black virtual walking tour. This program discussed how key locations on campus shaped the African American experience at NC State.
The African American Cultural Center hires a new graduate service assistant to help run virtual events centered around inclusion and acceptance.
The African American Cultural Center (AACC) has picked Hulu's miniseries "Little Fires Everywhere" as a topic of discussion for its weekly watch parties. The AACC hopes this series will bring about impactful conversations about the intersection of race and gender in American media and the country.
Instead of holding a single event to honor MLK’s legacy, the AACC plans to host a series of workshops through the end of the semester.
Windhover has worked with Black organizations, clubs and artists on campus and in the community to create the Perspectives Edition. This edition will feature only Black artists and will make up half of the upcoming volume of Windhover in hopes to rectify the legacy of white supremacy in the arts.
The African American Cultural Center is in the process of putting on a series of events leading up to its annual Kwanzaa celebration. Each of these events represents one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
The Women’s Center and African American Cultural Center have come together to create their annual spring exhibit, this year featuring a zine. The theme, Viral Blackness, is intending to recognize the way that Black students have experienced 2020.