Ebony Harlem Awards
Ebony Harlem began in 1993 as a means to recognize the amazing efforts and impact of the Black community on and off-campus. The 2022 Ebony Harlem pulls from the 1920s Harlem Renaissance, which was a revival and celebration of black art and creativity, representing what it meant to be Black in America. Join in the celebration on April 24!Learn More
What you'll find at the Center
The African American Cultural Center stays actively engaged in the academic life of NC State with programs, resources and services that facilitate the cultural, intellectual and social growth of the entire university community.
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Feb 28, 2022
It Takes a Village: Black Male Initiative
Based in the Avent Ferry Complex, the Black Male Initiative provides a unique experience for Black male students to bond and learn together.
Feb 24, 2022
Five Black Leaders Who Are Elevating the Field of Natural Resources
These NC State faculty, staff and students are building knowledge, justice, and sustainability for all.
Feb 28, 2022
The Hidden Figures of America’s National Parks
Throughout history, Black conservationists and naturalists have made significant but often-overlooked contributions to national parks — from Sequoia National Park in California to Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky.
Feb 22, 2022
African American Textile Society Builds Lasting Community for Students of Color
The African American Textile Society brings together students of diverse backgrounds into a welcoming and supportive community at the Wilson College of Textiles.