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Wolf Tales recording with O'Licia Parker-Smith, Shakilya Lawrence, Jessica Stubbs, Talazia Moore, and Timira Conley: Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence, 30 April 2017

New Talley Student Center, NCSU (Raleigh, N.C.)

Item information

Title:
Wolf Tales recording with O'Licia Parker-Smith, Shakilya Lawrence, Jessica Stubbs, Talazia Moore, and Timira Conley: Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence, 30 April 2017
Topics:
Student Life
Subjects:
African American college students
Awards
Celebrations
Interviews
Original Format:
Digital video recording
Item identifier:
mc00581-wt-parkersmith-lawrence-stubbs-moore-conley-20170430
Producer:
North Carolina State University. Libraries more info on North Carolina State University. Libraries 
Interviewee:
Parker-Smith, O'Licia more info on Parker-Smith, O'Licia 
Interviewee:
Lawrence, Shakilya more info on Lawrence, Shakilya 
Interviewee:
Stubbs, Jessica more info on Stubbs, Jessica 
Interviewee:
Moore, Talazia more info on Moore, Talazia 
Interviewee:
Conley, Timira more info on Conley, Timira 
Created Date:
Description:
This recording was conducted in the Talley Student Union on the campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, at the 2017 Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence Celebration, presented by the African American Cultural Center in conjunction with the Department of Multicultural Student Affairs. In the recording, O’Licia Parker-Smith (‘18), Shakilya Lawrence (‘18), Jessica Stubbs (‘18), Talazia Moore (‘18), and Timira Conley (‘18) discuss: what the Ebony Harlem Awards mean to them; the importance of celebrating the achievements of African American students; excitement for the Toni Thorpe and Augustus Witherspoon award categories, and appreciation for Thorpe and Witherspoon as influential leaders in the African American community at NC State; people who have impacted their time as students, including Leah Young, Toni Thorpe, Jamisha Dotson, Rupert Nacoste, and Thomas Rashad Easley; their friendships as students; the African American community at NC State; academic challenges and successes; Conley’s role leading the Pack the Polls voter education campaign in fall 2016 that gained international recognition; and Parker-Smith’s work as Communications Director for Student Government. This recording was created with the support of funds made possible through a 2016-2017 Diversity Mini-Grant from the NCSU Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED).
Genre:
Interviews
Oral histories (Document genres)
Names:
North Carolina State University. African American Cultural Center more info on North Carolina State University. African American Cultural Center 
North Carolina State University -- Students more info on North Carolina State University -- Students 
Parker-Smith, O'Licia more info on Parker-Smith, O'Licia 
Lawrence, Shakilya more info on Lawrence, Shakilya 
Stubbs, Jessica more info on Stubbs, Jessica 
Moore, Talazia more info on Moore, Talazia 
Conley, Timira more info on Conley, Timira 
Location:
Raleigh (N.C.)
Digital Project:
Wolf Tales