Kid President: Speaks From The Heart!

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kp speaks from the heart

In today’s adventure, Kid President answers some of your questions and in the process learns to speak and live honestly from his heart. Do you have a question for Kid President? Connect with team KP on any of the links below!… Snapchat: @iamkidpresident Written and directed by Brad Montague (Twitter: @thebradmontague)

Reflecting On My Philippines Service Trip

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Phillippines Service Trip

by Isabela A., Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club It’s been a few days since I came back from the Philippines, and despite the jet lag, I’ve been doing nothing but reflecting on how amazing the trip was and attempting to accept the fact that it’s over. On the way to the airport in Manila, it… Read more »

Kid President: A Boy and His Pup

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the first dog

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Kid President and his Pet Hero, Annie the dog?! Annie really wanted to partner with Banfield Pet Hospital, and we thought there’s no better way than with a shout out to all the dogs making this world awesome! This video is about Robby’s pet hero Annie who has… Read more »

Marie Curie: A Hero for Women… and Men

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Marie Curie

By: Sarah Armstrong In a time of oppression of women, Marie Curie showed the world what a woman in the field of science could do. Marie Curie was a Polish chemist and physicist. At the time of her work, many people thought that women should be at home keeping the family in order. Marie Curie… Read more »

Martin Luther King, Jr.: Honoring His Life and Accomplishments

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Photo Courtesy of National Park Service Digital Image Archives Every year, on the third Monday of January, the country celebrates the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. You probably know that Dr. King was one of history’s most important figures in the quest for equal civil rights for African-Americans, but do you… Read more »