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Black History Month 2018

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Each February, Black History Month honors the invaluable contributions of black and African Americans to the history and culture of the United States. At NC State, it’s an opportunity for the entire campus community to celebrate and champion the achievements of the black and African diaspora.

This year’s campus theme is “Reclaiming Our Time: Solidifying Our Existence in the Wake of Resistance,” and many of the month’s signature public events explore the reclamation and ownership of black experiences and storytelling. You can get involved through events organized in conjunction with the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity and its campus community centers, which include Multicultural Student Affairs and the African American Cultural Center.

Explore the calendar of events, or join the conversation on social media using #NCStateBHM18.