The mission of the podcast is to serve as a resource for Black students and staff at NC State University. We hope to create a space that allows students and staff to share perspectives and passions.
Wondering how you can be featured on this podcast? Contact Isaiah Lucas, Program Coordinator.
Episode 1: Welcome!
In this intro episode, we outline the mission behind our podcast. Through this podcast, we hope to create a space that provides students, staff, and faculty with resources and allows them to share and celebrate their passion and perspectives. Edited by Alex Valencia, music by Tim Mensa.
Episode 2: Cultivating your Passion: Ashley Gaddy
In this episode, we interviewed Ashley Gaddy, founder and head consultant of Ashley Gaddy Enterprises. Tune in to discover what Ashley's passions are, how she was able to cultivate her passions, and how her passions continue to aid in her personal liberation. Edited by Alex Valencia, music by Nate Browning.
Episode 3: Cultivating your Passion: Dr. Tiffany Wiggins
Tune in to this episode where we talk with Dr.Tiffany Wiggins, founder and creator of Black Girl Mentor, and the host of the Black Girl Mentor podcast. We discuss how she discovered her passions and how she is cultivating her passions through her work with Black Girl Mentor. Edited by Alex Valencia, music by Nate Browning.
Episode 4: History and Importance of the Library
This special episode of the AACC Podcast is dedicated to Mrs. Angela Jenkins, the previous library coordinator. In this episode, interim library technician, Andie Batt (she/her), discusses the history of the library, its collection, and the impact of the library on the campus community. Several guests' perspectives on the library are also featured in this episode, including: Michael Lewis (he/him), angela gay-audre (she/they), Nashia Whittenburg (she/her), and Tonya Hines (she/her). Edited by Alex Valencia, music by Nate Browning.
Black Wellness with Trumane Lee
Tune in to this special episode where the AACC interim Program Coordinator, Aminat Bashorun, along with special guest Trumane Lee, discuss Black Wellness; how we define wellness as black folx, the barriers to wellness for black folx, and how wellness can be attainable and sustainable. Edited by Alex Valencia, music by Nate Browning.