Womxn of Color Retreat Goes Virtual
This year's Womxn of Color Retreat was held virtually, drawing undergraduate and graduate students, staff members and community members.
Women’s Herstory Month to be Inclusive and Intersectional
NC State celebrates Women’s Herstory Month throughout the month of March with the theme of “Unapologetically Women: Forging and Healing Our Collective Memories.” The theme emphasizes the right of women to be themselves without apology and acknowledges the many different paths and perspectives that comprise women's perspectives and lived experiences.
The Mixtape Series: For Black Students Navigating White Spaces
The African American Cultural Center will host a trilogy of events in March called “The Mixtape Series: For Black Students Navigating White Spaces.” The series aims to allow students, both at the undergraduate and graduate level, to network and connect through honest dialogue.
NC State Celebrates Third Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day
In 2015, a group of NC State students worked to bring the celebration of Indigenous Peoples' Day to NC State, following the national Indigenous Peoples’ Day movement that transformed how many view the colonization of the Americas.
Social Justice January Events
Conversations about the need for social justice seem to be happening everywhere these days as the daily news highlights issues of inequity, discrimination, harassment and violence, pushing the need for social change to the forefront of our cultural consciousness.