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UNCG Research Magazine Features NCA-CCCC’s Community Resilience Projects

The UNC Research Magazine is featuring the National Communication Association’s Center for Communication, Community Collaboration and Change in its Spring […]

Community Members, Graduate Students March Against Police Brutality

Community members, including graduate students, attended a march against police brutality in the wake of the three-year anniversary of Marcus […]

Finding Her Role in the Community: BCC Intern Experiences “Growth” in Her Position

A UNC-Chapel Hill graduate, seeking to make a difference in health and wellness for the Black and Brown community, interns […]

Students Team up to Film “Tight Knit” Communities at Neighborhood Markets

Two students enrolled in Communication & Community, a UNCG Department of Communication Studies course, are collaborating with the NCA-CCCC project […]

Amid COVID Learning Circles Cultivates Inclusive Environment for Learners

After making the transition to online Learning Circles to prevent the spread of COVID, the initiative organized several virtual study […]

Unpacking the Race Talk “Calls People In” to Dialogue about Race

Although a few technical issues emerged on the Zoom platform, nothing could diminish the emotionally fraught and enlightening performance of Unpacking […]

Democracy Tables Talk Voter Responsibility, Voting Rights

Democracy Tables hosted four events in the fall of 2020. On September 26th,  29th, and October 1st, virtual round tables […]

“You Should Do a Podcast”: Community Podcasters, University Faculty, Staff Discuss Tips to Start a Podcast

The National Communication Association’s Center for Communication, Community Collaboration, and Change, UNCG’s Department of Communication Studies, and the Liquid Philosophy podcast hosted a webinar […]

North Carolina Voting Guide

This North Carolina Voting Guide lists everything you need to know about voting in the 2020 election in an easy to […]

Signe Waller Foxworth and the Rev. Nelson Johnson

Keeping the Faith: The Greensboro Massacre and its Aftermath

On March 10, 2020,  the departments of Media Studies and Communication Studies at UNCG hosted “Keeping the Faith: The Greensboro […]