Viral* as in: Fearless, Unapologetic, Transformative, Unwavering
Join the Women’s Center and the African American Cultural Center for the opening of the Viral* Blackness Exhibit and Zine opening.
Rest Is Our Liberation: There is Rest for the Weary
AACC Director angela gay-audre reflects on Black History Month.
Celebrate Joyous Kwanzaa with Us Virtually
This November NC State will celebrate Kwanzaa, a holiday celebrated within Pan-African culture from Nov. 4 – 13.
Suddenly, Sharp Focus on the Work of Ibram X. Kendi
Last January, many in NC State's campus community had never heard of author, educator and founding director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University Ibram X. Kendi.
COVID-19, Police Violence Disproportionately Affect Black People
As people across the globe take to the streets to protest police violence following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, infectious disease experts, doctors and governments are concerned about a potential increase in COVID-19 cases.
African American Cultural Center Seeks Leader
The center currently seeks a talented leader who can uphold the mission of the center and bring a vision to renew the vibrancy of the space and all it signifies.
Legends and Luminaries Shine During Black History Month
During a packed celebration of Black History Month, NC State honored some of its “Legends” and “Luminaries.”
Art Gallery Exhibit Opens with “Magical” Evening
“Existence as Resistance: The Magic in Blackness” opened on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 in the African American Cultural Center Art Gallery.
Illuminating Black Excellence
Black History Month provides NC State with an opportunity to commemorate the influence, labor and strength of Black people in the development of this campus and our nation.
Faculty Fellows Bring New Research to the African American Cultural Center
The African American Cultural Center continues its emphasis on intellectual creativity and presentations by members of its faculty fellows program.