Our South Florida remote uplink studio in downtown Fort Lauderdale had the pleasure of welcoming to our studio set, Kymani Quarrie and his mother, Tania Dunbar. They were live on MSNBC with Melissa Harris-Perry this past weekend. Kymani was featured as the show’s “foot soldier” of the week in recognition for his charitable work in the community.
In 2010, at seven years old, Kymani, with the help of his mother, founded the non profit organization KQ Cares dedicated to helping the homeless. Kymani has hosted numerous food and clothing drives for the homeless, partnering with local charities in his community to distribute the goods. Kymani has gotten other children involved in his charitable work too by hosting a children’s fashion show and a basketball tournament.

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