Movements Throughout History: An Educational Resource Guide
During this time, many of you are looking for ways to educate yourselves and others about the critical issues we are facing.
Unsettling Reality Check: People of Color in Film
At the recent annual National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education conference, a presentation priovided some revelations, even for a room full of diversity practitioners.
Decolonizing Feminism through Native Feminist Theory
The GLBT Center, in collaboration with the Women's Center, will host Chris Finley, associate professor of American studies and ethnicity at the University of Southern California on Thursday, March 15, 2018 for a guest lecture and a workshop.
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.