VMC reporter Krystal White asked four high school students their thoughts on school shootings and what will make them feel safe at school.
While “Sorry to Bother You” is underdeveloped as a film, it’s brilliant as a social commentary dressed up in pleasing visuals.
VOX Media Café 2018 — the advanced version — brought together teens from past sessions and VOX’s school year. Here are a highlights from each day of the first week.
The Atlanta Brave New Voices team is here and ready for this year’s competition. Here’s what you need to know about this amazing group of five teens and what they plan to bring to the international slam poetry competition.
VOX ATL talked with Atlanta artists and community leaders about WonderRoot’s “Off The Wall: Atlanta’s Civil Rights & Social Justice Journey” project — creating murals before Super Bowl 53 — and how art can impact change.
The lack of options makes people like me with darker complexions feel cast out. My makeup should not make me feel like an outsider. Beauty is supposed to be something that everyone, no matter what ethnicity or gender you are, can enjoy without fear of being denied.
Just because my sport uses a rifle does not mean in any way, shape, or form that I tolerate violence or have anything less than the utmost disgust and outrage for the people who would turn rifles into weapons on innocent people.
“Sorry To Bother You” has a creative story that relies on absurdist humor, but unfortunately the film gets too absurd in the third act, and it ends up working against the film, rather than helping it tell a cohesive story.
“Sorry To Bother You” meshes outlandish visuals with real-life circumstances, and creatively does so, exuding an all-around larger-than-life experience.