What the African American Cultural Center Means to Me
Kristin Russell is a graduate student who has worked in the African American Cultural Center since January 2021.
New “DIY/DEI” Edition Highlights Black Collegiate Experience
NC State Libraries and OIED present the second edition of our “DIY/DEI” resource series.
Catch the Final Week of “Black Girl Maverick”
The AACC will feature the “Black Girl Maverick” exhibition for its final week in the second floor Art Gallery in Witherspoon Student Center.
NC State to Host Black Research Symposium
The AACC, Africana Studies and NC State Libraries invite the campus and community to the first annual Black Research Symposium.
Join Us for MLK Campus Commemoration Events
We invite the campus community to join us for the MLK Campus Commemoration events from Jan. 17–21, 2022.
Blacks in Wax: Call for Volunteers and Performers for February Event
The African American Cultural Center will present its annual Blacks in Wax Live Museum on Feb. 11, 2022.
Save the Date: MLK Campus Commemoration, Jan. 17–21, 2022
Join us daily from Jan. 17–21, 2022 and throughout the month for a commemorative week celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.
Message from the Campus Community Centers on Giving Tuesday
We are excited to be part of a Giving Tuesday campaign beginning today and lasting through the week to uplift diversity, equity and inclusion at NC State.
Celebrate Kwanzaa with the Campus Community Centers
NC State's week-long Kwanzaa event celebrates the contributions of the African diaspora, family and the community.
AACC Art Gallery Presents Kurudi Nyumbani Featuring Alumni Artists
We look forward to welcoming the NC State Community to experience the Kurudi Nyumbani exhibition through Dec. 3, 2021.