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Artwork from the Magic of Blackness exhibit
Art Gallery Exhibit Opens with “Magical” Evening
“Existence as Resistance: The Magic in Blackness” opened on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 in the African American Cultural Center Art Gallery. The third annual spring exhibition is a collaboration of the Women’s Center with the African American Cultural Center and the GLBT Center. The exhibit’s concept is the simple act of Black people existing as a form of resistance.

This year, the opening fell on the birthday of poet, essayist and Black feminist icon Audre Lorde, who serves as source of inspiration and strength for Angela Gay, curator of the exhibit. Gay, who serves as assistant director of the Women’s Center, said, “This exhibit, like the others, is a visual love story as Black people assert their radical imagination to move towards a liberatory future for themselves and others.”
 
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NC State community members celebrate Harambee! in 2017
 

African American Cultural Center

 
African American Cultural Center Seeks Leader

The center currently seeks a leader to uphold its mission and bring a vision to renew the vibrancy of the space. »

 
Belltower in spring
 

Inclusion on Campus

 
Strategic Plan to Center Inclusion and Well-Being

With the 2011-2020 strategic plan coming to a close, the university has begun work on the next plan. »

 
Day of Giving 2020: Save the Date
 

Institutional Equity and Diversity

 
Designate for Diversity on Day of Giving

Consider giving to support diversity and inclusion. We encourage gifts to all of your university connections. »

 
Sunset over lake
 

GLBT Center

 
GLBT Center Introduces Sensory-Friendly Hours

In January, the GLBT Center introduced sensory-friendly hours to make the center more accessible for students. »

 
Leah Young receives Black History Month
 

Black History Month

 
NC State's Legends and Luminaries Shine

During a packed celebration of Black History Month, NC State honored some of its “Legends” and “Luminaries.” »

 
Bri Elum honored at 2019 Sisterhood Dinner with Equity for Women Award
 

Women's Center

 
Equity for Women Award Nominees Announced

The awards recognize faculty, staff and students for outstanding leadership in establishing equity for women. »

 
 
 
NEWS + ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
 
Sonya Renee Taylor to Keynote Womxn’s Herstory Month on Feb. 26 »
 
Submit Nominations for Chancellor's Creating Community Awards By Feb. 28 »
 
Join the Accessibility Excursion to Test NC State's Updated Campus Accessibilty Maps on Mar. 4 »
 
Register with the GLBT Center for NC State's Lavender Graduation »
 
Register for Multicultural Student Affairs 3rd Annual Student Leader Retreat by Mar. 6 »
 
Early Voting Now Open at Talley Student Union »
 
Black History, Black Present: Nubian Message (from NC State News) »
 
Donatons Needed, Supplies Low at Feed the Pack Food Pantry »
 
Staff Senate Panel: Working as a Person with a Disability on Mar. 3 »
 
The Beehive Collective $5,000 Grant Applications for Women's Empowment Proposals Due Feb. 28 »
 
Faculty Women of Color in the Academy Conference: Apr. 20-21 at Virginia Tech »
 
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 »
 
 
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