Penn State Behrend celebrates 31st Annual Harambee Dinner

ERIE, Pa. — Penn State Behrend celebrates its 31st Annual Harambee Dinner. The event takes place at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 5, in the Reed Union Building’s McGarvey Commons.

Harambee is Swahili for "Let's pull together" and originated in the country of Kenya as a slogan for national unity. This event is a way of uniting the Behrend campus community and to celebrate the rainbow of cultures and diversity represented among the students, faculty and staff.

The guest speaker this year will be author and national speaker Darryl Bellamy, who will discuss his book, “Fearless Leadership – Reframing Your Fears to Lead & Live Out-Front.” The event also will include a performance of music and dances from Greece by the St. Haralambos Hellenic Dancers.

St. Haralambos Hellenic Dancers

The St. Haralambos Hellenic Dancers will perform at this year's Harambee on Oct. 5 at Penn State Behrend.

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Last Updated October 02, 2017