African American Cultural Center Team Grows
The NC State African American Cultural Center welcomes two new team members.
AACC Faculty Fellows Talks to Wrap Up with Jason Coupet
Join the AACC as we finish up our Faculty Fellows Q&A series with Jason Coupet, associate professor of public administration, on Oct. 28.
Introducing the African American Cultural Center Book Club
The AACC Book Club’s mission is to promote Black literature and expose critical messages by examining books through different theoretical points of view.
Finding a Home in the AACC Library and Media Room
Maryanne Peters, a first-year anthropology major, works in the African American Cultural Center’s Library and Media Room, a cozy space located on the second floor of Witherspoon Student Center.
Symone Sanders to Speak at MLK Commemoration
Join us as we welcome strategist, communicator and commentator Symone Sanders as this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus Commemoration speaker.
African American Cultural Center Library Supports New Research Emphasis
With a freshly transformed office suite, the African American Cultural Center has widened both its physical space and its scope. The addition of Assistant Director Sachelle Ford catalyzed the center’s new emphasis on scholarship with a focus that includes faculty, graduate and undergraduate research engagement.
John Miller Joins African American Cultural Center
A student-centered scholar-practitioner, John Miller IV holds a master's in higher education and bachelor's in psychology with a concentration in arts entrepreneurship, both from NC State. He most recently served as residence coordinator at Duke University.
Alonzo Fullenwilder Excels in Multiple Roles
Alonzo Fullenwilder, a senior in mechanical engineering with a minor in African studies, is from Wilmington, North Carolina. He began working in the African American Cultural Center in August. He also serves as president of the Xi Zeta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Multicultural Student Affairs volunteer ambassador and chancellor’s aide.
Meet the AACC’s Graduate Interns
The Digest recently interviewed Erin Elliot and Chaniqua Simpson, graduate assistants in the African American Cultural Center. Learn more about them and their work.
African Diaspora Film Series to Begin Tuesday
Join the Africana Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies programs with the African American Cultural Center as they kick off their African Diaspora Film Series. This timely film series will feature documentaries and feature films that explore African and African American history, relationships and race relations, identity and the quest for equality and human rights.