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One of 7 Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change, the Black Cultural Center is an interdisciplinary unit housed in the Academic Affairs under the reporting line of the Office of Diversity and the Provost. The Center curates, produces, and sponsors exhibitions, performances, films and film screenings, open-mic poetry, gatherings, lecture-demonstrations, dance, storytelling, visual and performing arts workshops and projects. The Center coordinates and supervises high school and college internships, supports student and postdoctoral research, and lends its expertise to a number of collaborative programs and initiatives. The Centers gallery and library spaces are also available for quiet study, working groups, meetings, and presentations.