"Harambee Luncheon" Program, 1977

By: Greater Norwalk Section National Council of Negro Women, Inc.

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This is a Norwalk, Connecticut program for a Harambee Luncheon in 1977. It is saddle-stapled with a slightly stiff cardboard front wrap with black titles and B&W illustrations. The program has very light wear with some minor finger indents on the front. No rear wrap -- not sure if there was one or if the program was published without one. Overall, VG+ to NF. "Harambee," which means "to pull together" in Swahili was a traditional ceremony or community event in Kenya. In the US the National Council of Negro Women sponsored various Harambee events as a way to bring African-American women together. This program features the schedule, song lyrics and the words to a litugical reading. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 12 pages

Title: "Harambee Luncheon" Program, 1977

Author Name: Greater Norwalk Section National Council of Negro Women, Inc.

Categories: African - American,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Norwalk, Greater Norwalk Section National Council of Negro Women, Inc.: 1977

Binding: Program

Seller ID: 15835

Keywords: African - American Negro Black Women Feminism