From the Vice Provost
Honoring those Lost with Allyship, Attention and Action
In this incredibly difficult time, it hurts me more than words can express that we have experienced more violence and tragedy as a nation. The deaths of eight people, including six who identified within the Asian American and Pacific Islander community, is heartbreaking, and the Zoom raid on our virtual vigil was shocking and caused additional impact.
We reaffirm our commitment to protect and support our Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. As Chancellor Woodson said in his message on March 18, these tragedies serve as an “important reminder of the continued need to confront hate and injustice, and to continue striving to welcome and support all members of our community.”
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Multicultural Graduation Celebrates “Liberation in Spite of…”
Celebrate Multicultural Graduation with four special speakers hosted virtually on the Multicultural Graduation website.
Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards Honor Outstanding Efforts
The annual Recognizing Excellence in Diversity Event presented the Chancellor's Creating Community Awards in six categories.
Ten Ways to Create Protected, Community Support Spaces
As you plan virtual and/or in-person community support space, remember that individuals process events and circumstances very differently.
New Podcast from the African American Cultural Center
The AACC Podcast is a space where you can hear a variety of topics related to Black culture, Africana studies, Black literature and more.
Newly Elected Student Government Officers Advocate for Diversity
NC State's newly elected student body officers advocated for diversity in their campaigns and have plans for diversity, equity and inclusion.
African American Cultural Center Welcomes Hanna Amme
Hanna Amme joined the African American Cultural Center on April 20, 2021 as library coordinator.
We invite you to explore the following links on our website and visit Diversity at NC State for a high-level overview of the university’s philosophy of what diversity and inclusion mean to us.
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