Barbara Harrison and Jimmie Williams, the President of the Washington Literacy Center, discuss Black Lives Matter and the issues of racial and social injustice with teens from around the world.
In this episode, we welcome Alexander Taylor, Ambassador for United Nations Initiative 1M2030, a movement to encourage young social entrepreneurs to become leaders in their societies and worldwide. Teens from China, Brazil, the UK and the US talk about how they reach out into their own communities and across the globe to solve problems created by poverty, lack of education and disease. Sam and Jordan Rose, brothers from DC, describe their clean water projects in Kenya and Tanzania.
In this episode, Barbara and Dr. Joshua Weiner, our KSO family psychiatrist, and a group of teens from around the world continue talking about the emotional challenges all young people are facing in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
In this episode, Barbara and Dr. Joshua Weiner talk with teens about the challenges of living with the uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus and how their lives have been upended in unexpected ways. For some there are positive consequences like spending more time with family but all are feeling anxious and confused.
In this episode, Barbara and Middle School teacher Erin Rafferty continue their discussion with kids from around the globe about online learning and the challenges everyone faces when confronted with a lack of structured learning, Zoom classes, exams, college entrance tests and completing projects.
Barbara Harrison and teens from all around the globe talk about online learning and the challenges everyone faces. Middle School teacher Erin Rafferty from Graded - The American School of São Paulo offers insights and helpful suggestions for distance learning.
Elementary school children, ages 6 to 12, from around the world talk about what it's like to go to school from home and learn online. Third-grade teacher Kristen Dunlap answers questions about how to stay focused when your classroom is on Zoom. It's not easy.
Barbara Harrison continues conversations with kids of all ages worldwide about their fears, anxieties and boredom while under quarantine. Child psychiatrist, Dr. Joshua Weiner offers helpful advice.
In this episode kids talk with Dr. Joshua Weiner, child psychiatrist, about the challenges of being quarantined at home, from boredom and lack of structure to their day to getting along with family members.
In this episode, kids worldwide share what they are doing at home to pass the time.
In this episode, kids worldwide from the US, China, Italy and Brazil about the coronavirus. They are joined by a NYC Emergency Medicine physician who answers their questionsand shows them how to wear a mask properly.The kids also share their own thoughts about the virus and how it impacts their lives in different countries.
KIDS SPEAK OUT has received a 2021 Emmy Nomination!