Spoiler alerts: “13 Reasons Why” released their second season on May 18, and this season delivered what I predicted it would. I recently watched the season two, and I knew the series was going to be about repercussions and how the students’ actions most definitely have consequences.
As a woman, I like to know that I will be able to be fresh, clean and comfortable when that time of the month rolls around. Women experiencing homelessness, however, do not always have this luxury.
Atlanta — home to many things: the Falcons, Coca-Cola, CNN — and one of the biggest hubs of sex trafficking nationwide.
Homelessness among LGBTQ youth is quickly reaching epidemic proportions within America — and it is even more intensified for LGBTQ youth of color, like myself.
Whether you’re an old fan suffering from nostalgia, new fan suffering from complete oblivion, or just a high strung Donald Glover fan, “Solo: A Star Wars Story” is for you.
VOX ATL visited YouthSpark to ask the girls about crisis and what it meant to them and at the end of our session, a few of them wanted to share their thoughts and experiences on paper through writing and art.
We have all heard of foster care. However, little about the thousands of children and their experiences are ever brought to the public’s attention.
A role model, guide, an angel. The person that has had the most influence on my life is, my mother.
VOX ATL web editor Destine Manson went to the 100K Opportunities Job Fair earlier this month to ask job seekers what their “dream job” is. The answers ranged from hospitality to tech to the medical field. Watch the video to see what everyone had to say.
Black women are stereotyped to the point where it makes me want to roll my eyes into another dimension. They are shown to be ditzy, annoying, loud, disrespectful, and attention seeking.