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.
Community Centers Educate About “Revolutionizing All Bodies”
The Women’s Center, along with campus partners, celebrated National Love Your Body Day (LYBD) with its Second Annual LYBD Summit.
Women’s Center Steps Forward with Engagement
If you’ve noticed a steady increase in programming at the Women’s Center in the past few years, you are not alone.
Practicing The Equity We Preach: Gender and Equity Research Symposium
The Women’s Center's Gender and Equity Research Symposium prepares for its third year with the tagline, Practicing The Equity We Preach.
Women’s HERstory Month: Women Who Inspire Us
For Women’s HERstory Month, we asked staff members in the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity about women-identified individuals who inspire them.
Exhibit Opening: The Politicization and Sexualization of Black Bodies
The Politicization and Sexualization of Black Bodies exhibit is a living counternarrative that speaks to how Black bodies exist within a highly politicized and sexualized world.
First ‘Love Your Body Day Summit’ Achieves Goals
NC State's first Love Your Body Day (LYBD) Summit, hosted on October 31, 2018 by the NC State Women’s Center, achieved three important goals relating to deconstructing supremacist views in how we view bodies.
Womanism Teach-In Back By Popular Demand
Back by popular demand, the Women’s Center will offer its womanism teach-in once per semester, in November and again in March.
Introducing: Feminist Theory Thursdays
Feminist Theory Thursdays are staff- and faculty- facilitated conversations about how they utilize theory within their everyday practice.
Listening Parties Provide Reflection on Social Issues
The Women’s Center hosted its Welcome Back Wolfpack Listening Party on August 24, 2018. The session focused on KOD, the fifth studio album of artist J. Cole, who is originally from Fayetteville, NC