• The Creative School
16 episodes
Kids Can Be Big is a student driven podcast created by the Kings and Queens of The Creative School in Washington, DC. Tune in as the Kings and Queens show that the lives of kids and adults aren't all that different.

Episodes

Protecting Queens & Kings ft. Sharece Crawford & Devon LeSesne
2020 Aug 2135m 23s
In this episode, the squad reflects on Karon Brown day where they distributed 150 bottles of Soufside D.R.I.P.—their fresh-pressed juice brand—in exchange for stories from their peers & elders about how they protect queens & kings. The crew demonstrates how Kids Can Be Big by interviewing local leaders about the stories captured and shared thoughts on innovative solutions for keeping DC’s queens & kings safe.
Talkin' Bout Black Lives Pt 2
2020 Jun 298m 15s
The Good King Kharron sits down with his Grandmother to discuss the current movement for Black Lives in response to the police killings of black men and women. Their discussion covers the long history of civil rights in the United States and how we can learn and grow from the past to  design solutions to save and protect black lives.
Talkin' Bout Black Lives Pt 1
2020 Jun 299m 41s
The Good King Kharron sits down with his Uncle to discuss the current movement for Black Lives in response to the police killings of black men and women. Their discussion covers interactions with police, our current political system and ways we can lead the change in our communities to save black lives.
Remembering Stormiyah... Part 2
2020 Feb 1812m 8s
In this special series of Kids Can Be Big, we celebrate the lives of our friends and peers, Stormiyah Denson and Karon Brown. In memoriam of their cherished lives, we share stories of good times with them and the things we loved about them most. We then talk about how we can solve the issues of bullying, mental health, and gun violence to hopeful save the lives of people in our communities.
Remembering Stormiyah... Part 1
2020 Feb 188m 54s
In this special series of Kids Can Be Big, we celebrate the lives of our friends and peers, Stormiyah Denson and Karon Brown. In memoriam of their cherished lives, we share stories of good times with them and the things we loved about them most. We then talk about how we can solve the issues of bullying, mental health, and gun violence to hopeful save the lives of people in our communities.
Remembering Karon... Part 2
2020 Feb 187m 24s
In this special series of Kids Can Be Big, we celebrate the lives of our friends and peers, Stormiyah Denson and Karon Brown. In memoriam of their cherished lives, we share stories of good times with them and the things we loved about them most. We then talk about how we can solve the issues of bullying, mental health, and gun violence to hopeful save the lives of people in our communities.
Remembering Karon... Part 1
2020 Feb 1813m 25s
In this special series of Kids Can Be Big, we celebrate the lives of our friends and peers, Stormiyah Denson and Karon Brown. In memoriam of their cherished lives, we share stories of good times with them and the things we loved about them most. We then talk about how we can solve the issues of bullying, mental health, and gun violence to hopeful save the lives of people in our communities.
Remembering Karon... Part 3
2020 Feb 188m 32s
In this special series of Kids Can Be Big, we celebrate the lives of our friends and peers, Stormiyah Denson and Karon Brown. In memoriam of their cherished lives, we share stories of good times with them and the things we loved about them most. We then talk about how we can solve the issues of bullying, mental health, and gun violence to hopeful save the lives of people in our communities.
Kids Can Be Big Episode 8 - I Am Well
2018 Oct 1521m 37s
Kings and Parents get together to chat about what it means to be well and sacrificing your wellness for others.
Kids Can Be Big Episode 7 - We Read
2018 Sep 2522m 10s
In this episode the Kings and Queens are joined by representatives from Teach For America and Alpha Phi Alpha to discuss their favorite stories and how they have impacted them into their adulthood.