Rest Is Our Liberation: There is Rest for the Weary
AACC Director angela gay-audre reflects on Black History Month.
Blacks in Wax Live Museum: An Experience and an Education
Watch history come to life as we reenact moments in Black history for your education and entertainment.
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.
You Are Invited… to a Live Museum
Each year, Witherspoon Student Center is transformed into a spectacular series of live characters who portray significant leaders, educators, entertainers and more from African American history and culture. The African American Cultural Center (AACC) and AYA Ambassadors are preparing for the 11th annual Blacks In Wax Live Museum...
Meet John Miller IV
You might think that John Miller has a "IV" after his name because there are four of him. But seriously, he is known for not just consistently attending a lot of extracurricular programs but taking a major role in many of them. While most students need to be encouraged to participate, John is a model of how to get involved and make a difference.
Annual AACC "Blacks in Wax" Live Museum Educates and Entertains
On Saturday, February 21, 2015, as part of Black History Month, the African American Cultural Center presented its annual "Blacks in Wax Live Museum" with, by and for students.