You are cordially invited to attend the National Council of Negro Women Harambee Breakfast. Harambee is the Swahili word for “all pulling together” and the first NCNW Harambee Brunch was hosted by Dr. Dorothy Irene Height to bring individuals and groups together, unified to achieve more. This event is being held to “pull together” women of all ages and races to remember the NCNW’s legacy of leadership and unify women to achieve more together.
This year, NCNW Austin Section plans to host the event on Saturday, October 28, 2017. The theme for this year’s Harambee Breakfast is “Healthy Fathers Lead to Healthy Families”. Our guest speaker, Dr. David Bryant, brings an extensive background working with families the Austin community and the impact that, collectively, we can continue to have in our neighborhoods.
The 2017 Harambee Breakfast will be held at the St. James Episcopal Church (1941 Webberville Road, Austin, TX) at 10am. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at our monthly general body meetings on online using hte link below. Seating is limited so get your tickets quickly! We encourage all of our affiliates to sponsor a table so please contact your NCNW representative/chapter president for details. All attendees are encouraged to wear traditional African-inspired clothing.
Link for tickets: https://ncnwaustinharambee2017.eventbrite.com