Harambee!

November 4, 3-6 p.m. at Harris Field

The African American Cultural Center’s annual Harambee! Fall Welcome-Back Block Party offers the opportunity for all to come together to celebrate the beginning of a new year. Harambee is a kiswahili term meaning “all pull together.” This is directly in line with our theme for the 2022-2023 academic year- The Power of Community. As Maya Angelou states, “I come as one, but I stand as 10,000,” and so we walk in community on this campus.

Join us, in community, as we kick-off the year and celebrate Red and White Week with Harambee. Meet various campus partners, connect with friends, enjoy music, games, good conversation, and the savory cuisine from an assortment of food trucks.

Important reminders: Registration is required to reserve your meal ticket. Stay tuned for the registration link.

We will start to recruit volunteers in September, please stay tuned for the volunteer sign-up form.

We can’t wait to see you this November 4th on Harris field for Harambee! – a celebration of a unified campus community that pulls together.

We will provide free food for a limited number of walk-ups who register at the event, so make sure to arrive early!