Kid President's 20 Things We Should Say More Often
Kid President believes the things we say can help make the world more awesome. Here he shares a special list of 20 things we should say more often. What would you add to it? Subscribe to SoulPancake for new videos every weekday!
Homeless Man Joins a Musician, Carlos Whittaker, for a Moving Performance As Carlos Whittaker was filming God of Second Chances in Atlanta, a homeless man named Danny randomly walked up and knelt down. After that, they put on a performance together that will move you so much. God has His soldiers everywhere.
Comedian Chris Rock as featured in The Black List. As a new chapter begins in this country, The Black List offers a dynamic and never-before-heard perspective from achievers of color. This series of inspired-and inspiring-observations on African-American life in the 21st century forms a roll call of some of the most compelling politicians, writers, thinkers and performers ever to tackle their fields of endeavor.
Richard was so moved by 6-year-old Nikolas’ letter that he retweeted it to his nearly one million followers, “It really touched me because I felt like this little kid got me. He understood that I’m not a bad guy.”
Denzel Washington Ministers to Theatre Full of Up-And-Coming Artists
This was a special moment at the 2014 August Wilson Monologue Competition. The event was held at the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway in NYC. The room was full-- these high school finalists had just given their all on this Broadway stage.
When the world tells you "no", you have two options: You can roll over and quit -- or you can trust your power. Derrick Coleman, running back for the Seattle Seahawks, trusted the power within. Although he's deaf, he never let adversity stand in his way, on his road to the NFL.
Darius Rucker was a pop superstar as the lead singer of Hootie and the Blowfish and has now found success in country music. "CBS This Morning" national correspondent Jan Crawford traveled to Rucker's hometown to discuss his career.
Shot on the streets and rooftops of sunny LA, our A-Z of Dance shows you how to set hearts alight and clubs on fire. Float like an Arabesque, spin like a B-Boy, wobble like a Chicken Noodle Soup... it's time to step up!
Grammy-nominated Christian artist Jamie Grace grew up singing and playing music in her church, but the 22-year-old's dreams of becoming a musician were put on hold when she started experiencing uncontrollable eye and head twitches at 9 years old.A couple of years later, Grace was diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome, a neurological disorder that causes involuntary movements and sounds.