Engage Me is a diversity and inclusion program in the College of Engineering. They are having a resource cookout for students Saturday, August 27, 2022 and would like to invite any...
Mental Wellness luncheon with Deona Frierson.
The African and African American Faculty/Staff Caucus will be hosting the Annual Diversity Reception November 8, 2021. The reception will be held at the Hauser Alumni Pavilion, 8931 Cameron Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28262. Please RSVP by November 1,...
Associate provost of Urban Research and Community Engagement, Byron White is recognized as one of Pride Magazine's Best of the Best for 2021.
Mary T. Harper, Ph.D., who played an important role in mentoring and teaching students at UNC Charlotte, developing African American studies at the University and in preserving the African American story in the Charlotte community, died on Oct. 1, 2020.
In the midst of a pandemic resulting in disparate rates of death among Black and Brown people, African Americans are also dealing with the hefty weight of racism, murder by cops, and Amy Coopers of the world.
Like so many of you and others around the nation, I was heartbroken by George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis on Monday night and the horrifying video of his final moments. The recent killings of Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery are further examples of the systemic racial injustice that continues to plague our country.
Note: No one Black person can speak for all, but over the course of this week and the last three months, several years, decades, and centuries of constant death in the name of racist systems, institutions, and people, many of us have received numerous reachouts from friends in sympathy and asking how you might support.