Cliveden Conversation: An Interview with Kimberly Kamara

Cliveden Conversation: An Interview with Kimberly Kamara

Join us for a conversation with local advocate and author Kimberly Kamara as she discusses her experience of loss perpetuated by gun violence followed by a facilitated discussion.

Kimberly Kamara, was born and raised in Mt. Airy section of the city of Philadelphia. Kimberly is the founder of an organization referred to as “Never Ending E~Motions LLC.” aka NEEM which is an online community to assist people with dealing with grief, pain, and other emotions that he/ she feels of losing a loved one or friend. The organization also focuses on young men trying to reform from gang life and conform to the rules of society. Kimberly is also the author of Where’s My Daddy???, the story is about a young child in search of his/her daddy.

The event is free and virtual. Registration is available through Eventbrite until January 21st at 12 pm. All registrants will receive an email with the event link on the day of the program.

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This program is part of Considering Re-enactments: The Battle of Germantown in the Light of 21st Century Gun Violence supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage and by the Interpretation and Education Fund of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, an endowed fund made possible by a challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. In an era of gun violence in the United States, Cliveden looks to initiate dialogue with local and re-enactment communities about the relevancy and impact of the site’s signature event, the Revolutionary Germantown Festival featuring re-enactments of the Battle of  Germantown. The Cliveden Conversations will offer input scholars and experts to start conversations with participants around the history and impact of the American Revolution. The hope is through these discussions Cliveden can discover the impact the site’s current interpretation of Revolutionary era history has on the community, how it makes you feel, and if it resonates with you.