The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs invites you to join us as we close Black History Month with writer and lecturer, Jillisblack, with our keynote entitled, The Truth About Progress: An Interactive Q&A. During her time with us Jill will be unpacking the need for honesty when attacking racism on all fronts including in our daily interactions. Through the radical act of truth telling Jill aims to help us move away from polarized categories towards unity.
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Category: BHM 2019
Students will be challenged with questions surrounding the topics of significant black history events, popular black culture, and important black figures. Come collaborate with friends to see who can get the most questions right and have a chance to win prizes!
Hosted by: Leisure and Recreation, Black Students Board
For more information, contact: Christian Carter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Category: BHM 2019
Hosted by Multicultural Student Affairs & APIDA Heritage Month Committee
Join us as we ring in the 2019 Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month! There will be many APIDA organizations tabling in Talley lobby from 11am to 1pm, along with performances by the Nine Star Lion Dance Troupe, KPACK, and Just Cuz Crew! Stop by and say hello!
For questions contact: Marcela Torres-Cervantes, email@example.com
A beginner’s guide to using coupons at your favorite store. This workshop will give you the step by step basics you need to save time, and most importantly, money.
Hosted by TRIO SSS/STEM and Multicultural Student Affairs
The REVOLUTION is back. Are you ready for it?
NCSU Ektaa proudly presents Oak City Revolution 2019, NC State’s fourth annual Bollywood Fusion Dance Competition held at Stewart Theater. We are excited to host some of the nation’s best collegiate dance teams and represent our charities, Kiran and Pratham, where proceeds from this event will be donated to.
Pratham USA is a charity whose aim is to provide education to children in India.
Kiran, Inc. is a non profit organization that serves to empower South Asian victims of domestic violence.
The talented lineup:
UNC Chapel Hill Chalkaa
UC Dhadak International Dance Team
Doors open at 5:45PM.
Tickets on sale NOW!
For more ticketing information check out our Instagram! @OakCityRevolution
Holi is an Indian Spring festival, but has also spread to other parts of the world! Also known as the Festival of Colors , Holi signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of Spring and as a thanksgiving for a good harvest.
Come celebrate the festival of colors on the 24th of March at Lee Fields 11 am onwards .
This event is brought to you by MAITRI in association with Ektaa and DSI. See you there!
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Hosted by Lambda Phi Epsilon, International Fraternity Incorporated
A Brief presentation of Asian American Discrimination in the U.S. seeking to define “Asian” as broader than just East Asia and bring to light some of the often erased history of oppression. The session will then move into the history of activism by Asian Americans and then small discussions centered around kindling activism and solidarity to other oppressed groups.from Asian American communities.
Contact: Ben Schwarz-Xiongbeschwa3@ncsu.edu
The Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina will provide FREE and CONFIDENTIAL HIV and STI testing today 1-4 PM. No insurance paperwork or appointment required.
Stop by and request HIV (rapid and traditional), syphilis, Gonorrhea/chlamydia, and hepatitis C testing. Free safer sex supplies (latex and non-latex condoms, female condoms, lubricant and dental dams) will also be available.