More than 40 students, faculty and staff gathered last month for the School of Social Work’s annual Harambee multicultural event. Harambee, which is Swahili for “all pull together,” is a Kenyan tradition of community self-help events. For the School, the gathering is a time to celebrate ethnic, racial and cultural diversity through food, art, storytelling, dance and musical performances. Participants also shared in a potluck buffet. This year’s event was co-sponsored by the DE, Latinx, Black Student, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Global and MSW/MPH caucuses.