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Black History Month 2020:
Illuminating Black Excellence
To enlighten. To irradiate. To brighten. These were some of the goals of this year’s Black History Month committee, who strove to shine a light on the past and present contributions of Black students, faculty and staff at NC State.

After a call for students to be a part of this year’s planning committee, students flocked to the first meeting to express their interests and share their ideas. After much brainstorming and collaboration, the committee selected the theme, “The Future is Bright Black,” which not only captures the brilliance of Black culture and excellence, but also emphasizes its multiplicity across the African diaspora. The theme embodies the conviction and hope of the current generation and the role of Blackness, not only on campus, but within the community and across the world.

Check out all the events we have planned for you. We hope to see you there!
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Sonya Renee Taylor

Women's Center

Sonya Renee Taylor to Keynote Womxn’s Herstory Month

The Women's Center to bring Sonja Renee Taylor as Womxn's Herstory Month keynote speaker.

Panelists on stage at the 2nd annual Diversity in STEM Symposium

Inclusion on Campus

Diversity in STEM Symposium Highlights Current Best Practices

The second annual Diversity in STEM Symposium drew over 200 faculty, staff, students and external participants.

2019 Chancellor' Creating Community Award faculty winner Zakiya Leggett

Institutional Equity and Diversity

Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards to Add Alumni Recognition

To recognize the contributions of NC State alumni in diversity and inclusion, the Alumni Legacy Award has been added to the Chancellor's Creating Community Awards.

Custom workshop in Witherspoon Student Center

Institutional Equity and Diversity

Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Considerations for Supervisors

OIED strives to promote strong understanding of the importance of diversity and inclusion among managers and supervisors at NC State.

Group of laughing students of color

Student Voices

Editorial: What is a Safe Space?

If you were asked to define a safe space, could you? Some might say yes, others maybe and some not at all.

Participants discuss diversity topics in a workshop

Institutional Equity and Diversity

Have You Taken a Diversity Workshop this Semester?

Recommit to your diversity education by taking a diversity or equity workshop this semester — see our offerings.

Women's Center Offers Opportunity to Join a Sister Circle »
Donatons Needed, Supplies Low at Feed the Pack Food Pantry »
Design Approach May Help Fix Bias in Artificial Intelligence (from NC State News) »
Almost 10% of NC State Students Experienced Homelessness (from NC State News) »
vMLK Project: 60th Anniversary of a Creative Protest Exhibition on Feb. 15 »
Muslims in America: How Well Do You Know Them? on Feb. 17 »
Documentary Film Screening: “The Romey Lynchings” on Feb. 17 »
Tickets on Sale for TEDx at NC State Conference on Feb. 21  »
Staff Senate Panel: Working as a Person with a Disability on Mar. 3 »
Register with the GLBT Center for NC State's Lavender Graduation »
New Global Skills Certification Training Opportunities »
The Beehive Collective $5,000 Grant Applications for Women's Empowment Proposals Due Feb. 28 »
Call for Proposals: 18th Annual International Males of Color Empowerment and Retention Educational Conference »
Faculty Women of Color in the Academy Conference: Apr. 20-21 at Virginia Tech »
Diversity in Conservation Internship Program Seeking Students »
Purdue University's Summer Research Opportunities Program for URM »
National Conference on Diversity, Race and Learning at Ohio State University, May 4-5 »
7th Latin American Research Symposium Call for Proposals »
Apply to go to the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) »
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