Author: Kennysha Woods

New Exhibit Features Art from Wolfpack, Counternarratives About the Black Body

The opening of “The Politicization and Sexualization of Black Bodies” exhibition was held on Feb. 11 in Witherspoon Student Center. The exhibition features the artistic works of NC State students, faculty and staff that tell their counternarratives and experiences of self-image and acceptance within higher education and historically white institutions.

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Social Justice January Goes “Beyond the Buzzwords”

On January 23, Campus Community Centers will join together to host the annual Social Justice January, a day dedicated to teaching members of the campus community about various subjects relating to social justice and activism. There will be four workshops held between 11:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the community centers on main campus. This year’s theme is “Beyond the Buzzwords.”

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Tanaya Winder Delivers NAHM Keynote

Tanaya Winder, performance poet, writer, musician, educator and author gave the keynote for Native American Heritage Month (NAHM) on Nov. 28 in Talley Student Union. Concurring with the theme of NAHM—“Our Fire Still Burns”—Winder’s keynote…

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