Celebrate Black History Month with gospels, spirituals, and protest songs from the American Civil Rights Movement performed by Shenandoah University’s Harambee Gospel Choir and interpreted by Dr. James Coates.
Harambee Gospel Choir is a group of talented students, faculty and staff brought together by a love of gospel music. We strive to enlighten the spiritual growth amongst students as well as encourage diversity because all are welcome. Harambee is a family and we try to create a fun and creative atmosphere through song.
Dr. James Coates, Jr. is a retired college professor. He completed his graduate degrees at the University of Maryland College Park. His work focuses on teaching, cultural studies and sport, leisure and recreation in the African American Community. Coates has lectures, consulted, presented, and published articles and essays on sport, education, and African American history.
Free. Registration requested by February 8; register online or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240. Walk-ins welcome as space permits. Snow Date: February 23.