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Students, faculty, staff celebrate culture, diversity at annual Harambee

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.