New “DIY/DEI” Edition Highlights Black Collegiate Experience
NC State Libraries and OIED present the second edition of our “DIY/DEI” resource series.
Libraries, OIED Launch “DIY/DEI” Resource Series
NC State Libraries and the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity have launched a new "DIY/DEI" resource series.
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.
Up Close with MLK Speaker Benjamin Jealous
Prior to his Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration address to the campus on the afternoon of January 16, 2018 in NC State's Stewart Theatre, civil rights leader and former NAACP President Benjamin Jealous shared some of his thoughts on various topics on the minds of some of NC State's diversity practitioners.
Mariska Thayagan Welcomes You to AACC’s Library and Media Room
Often called one of NC State's "hidden gems," the African American Cultural Center and Media Room provides a home for a surprisingly large and steadily-growing collection of books, publications and media related to the African diaspora. Austin Butler recently spoke with Mariska Thayagan, a second-year student in microbiology with a concentration in microbial research, to find out what the library means to her.
Welcome to the African American Cultural Center Library & Media Room!
A fully-integrated part of NCSU Libraries, the African American Cultural Center Library and Media Room houses over 7,000 titles and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. This peaceful haven is adjacent to the African American Cultural Center Art Gallery on the second floor of Witherspoon Student Center on Cates Avenue. Librarian Angela Jenkins provides a virtual tour of the facility.