An Emergent Conversation: Rest, Revolution and Liberation
As we move into Women’s Herstory Month, we recognize the need to assert rest as a site for liberation within our voices, bodies and stories.
Blacks in Wax Weekend: Rest as Liberation Through Black Stories
Blacks in Wax Weekend asserted this year's Black History Month theme, "Rest as Liberation," through the action of storytelling.
Women’s Herstory Month: The Revolution Within Us
In March the Women’s Center will explore our past, present and future as we begin to think about ourselves as sites for revolution during Women's Herstory Month.
Beyond the Textbook: Enriching the AYA Experience
Sachelle Ford, researcher and co-advisor of the AYA Ambassadors in the African American Cultural Center, talks about the student group's expanded scope.
“The Politics of Black Hair” Opens; Exhibit to Run Through March 21
The Women's Center and the African American Cultural Center have partnered to bring "The Politics of Black Hair" to NC State. The exhibit will run through March 21, 2018 in the African American Cultural Center Gallery on the second floor of Witherspoon Student Center.
Empowered, Encouraged and Hopeful: Women of Color Retreat
Forty-seven faculty, staff and students of color departed campus on Friday, November 10, 2017 to embark on NC State’s first Women of Color Retreat. The retreat, an inaugural program of the Women’s Center, moves beyond a diversity and inclusion rhetoric and engages in inclusive practices that claim space and reclaim the stories of experiences of women of color at NC State.