Examining the Role of the Communicator in DEI
Elizabeth Snively served in communications roles in OIED for over two decades.
Sankofa Art Exhibition Opens in the African American Cultural Center
The AACC's Sankofa Art Exhibition: "Learning from the Past to Build the Future" will run through October 10, 2021.
Did You Miss Take Back the Night? Watch Now.
On April 6, 2021, the Women's Center hosted a virtual Take Back the Night event to honor the strength, courage and resiliency of the NC State activists, advocates and survivors.
African American Cultural Center Highlights Rich History
The AACC has been a home away from home for NC State students for many years, although its history is not widely known on campus.
Women’s Herstory Month: The Revolution Within Us
In March the Women’s Center will explore our past, present and future as we begin to think about ourselves as sites for revolution during Women's Herstory Month.
President’s Cabinet Set to Be Most Diverse in History
Several of President Joe Biden’s Cabinet picks will make history as the first woman, person of color or member of the LGBTQ community to serve in their positions.
The History of MLK at NC State
NC State has a rich history with Martin Luther King Jr. Day and with MLK himself.
Election Results in Historic Firsts
The 2020 elections saw a number of historic diversity firsts across the country. Several candidates from underrepresented backgrounds made history as they were elected into office.
A Different Year, A Different Election
A surge in both mail-in voting and early voting has heightened concerns of voter suppression and uncertainty regarding election results.
The ADA: From the Past to the Future
Even well-intended individuals have a bias in their perceptions. These will sometimes play out as microaggressions.