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NC State Kwanzaa 2021
Celebrate Kwanzaa with the
Campus Community Centers
This year, the African American Cultural Center has joined forces with the Women’s Center, the GLBT Center and Multicultural Student Affairs to provide a week of programs and events that allows the NC State Community to educate, cultivate and celebrate Kwanzaa.

While celebrated early here on campus, Kwanzaa is a week-long holiday from Dec. 26 through Jan. 1 celebrated by many people of the African Diaspora. NC State’s week-long Kwanzaa event celebrates the contributions of the African diaspora, family and the community through the seven principles of Nguzo Saba. The campus community will have an opportunity to learn about the history and principles of Kwanzaa as well as find their own ways of celebrating Kwanzaa. We invite you to join us for our Kwanzaa week of events.

Three events remain in this year’s celebration.
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Native American Heritage Month 2021 at NC State

Multicultural Student Affairs

Native American Heritage Month Upcoming Events

For Native Heritage Month 2021, the concepts of "Roots and Representation" are crucial pieces to acknowledge in the Indigenous experience.

Rain Garant

GLBT Center

GLBT Center Welcomes Rain Garant

The GLBT Center welcomes Rain Garant as assistant director of educational programming and student leader development.

Two students work in Hunt Library

Equity on Campus

Multidisciplinary Equity Research Symposium Opens Call for Proposals

The inaugural Equity Research Symposium will bring together researchers from across NC State’s campus.

Kurudi Nyumbani art gallery

African American Cultural Center

AACC Art Gallery Presents Kurudi Nyumbani Featuring Alumni Artists

We look forward to welcoming the NC State Community to experience the Kurudi Nyumbani exhibition through Dec. 3, 2021.

Food pantry items

Student Resources

Food Insecurity Goes Deeper than Many Realize

Many have reported experiencing food insecurity, and universities are now making more of an effort to address it.

Kelsey Oberbroeckling

Student Voices

Student Published in National Diversity Magazine

Read about grad student Kelsey Oberbroeckling’s editorial on religious holidays.

Feed the Pack Food Pantry Needs Donations and Plastic Bags »
Global Film Series: Weathering With You (Japan) on Nov. 9 at 6:30 p.m., Witherspoon Cinema »
10th Annual Faculty Women in the Academy Conference Proposal Deadline Extended to Nov. 15 »
Women's Center Presents Feminist Fridays Spring Sign-Up »
Receive Up to $20 or 3 SONA Credits for Participation in a Research Study on Black Students’ Experiences Online »
Receive Up to $20 or 3 SONA Credits for Participation in a Research Study on on Black Student Experiences in Health and Technology »
National Coalition Building Institute Team to Offer Workshops in November and December »
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