September 20th | 5:30-7:30 PM
Harambee is a Swahili word that means "let's pull together" or "let's unite." It's a celebratory event that is often held in African American and African cultural centers to honor and recognize the contributions and achievements of Black people.
The overall goal of a Harambee celebration at The Center for African and African American Studies is to foster a sense of community, unity, and pride in Black culture and history. It's a time for people to come together, share their experiences, and celebrate their heritage. The event can help promote a sense of belonging and empowerment among Black students on campus and create opportunities for cross-cultural dialogue and understanding.
Meet various campus partners, connect with friends, and enjoy music, good conversation, and savory cuisine from different vendors.
Students, Faculty, Staff and Community.