The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College

Purpose Statement

Founded in 1970, The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College is the oldest black undergraduate organization on Harvard's campus. Kuumba is a safe space for black students, a non-audition choir, and an artistic space dedicated to singing music from the African Diaspora (spirituals, gospel, R&B, jazz, etc.), and celebrating Black creativity and spirituality through various mediums of creative expression: song, dance, poetry, theater, and visual art.

Organization Information