“It felt a little surreal because I could be Khalil at any moment. I’m a young black man living in America. Khalil is 17 and I’m 23. That could happen to me at any given time.”
VOX ATL sat down with The Txlips to discuss issues black women face in the music industry, utilizing music as a platform for social justice and change, and the radical nature of unapologetic blackness.
VOX ATL’s VOX Investigates team spoke with members of the HIGH Museum Teen Advisory Council about how art can help fight against discrimination. Hear what members Imani Andwele and Elsa Joiner had to say.
“I wasn’t jubilant to vote, I didn’t look at the process as tedious and exhausting. That was, until, I got to a polling place on the last day of early voting.”
With Georgia’s next governor about to take over, VOX ATL’s Mack Walker asked a group of teens from Youth United what they would do if they were elected governor.
There’s a little-known law requiring high schools and universities in Georgia to receive “voter registration applications from those qualified applicants who are enrolled students […and employees]” and to “receive annual training” for voter registration. Are Atlanta-area schools following the rules? Here are your answers.
This election involves two of the most polarizing candidates in the entire country, and the nation will be watching to see how Georgia responds to its growing minority population.
In this episode of the VOXCast, Mack Walker sits down with with fellow Atlanta teens Karis, JT and Mohamed from Youth United to talk about the work they do in the community, ideas for the next Georgia governor and how discrimination and segregation are still present in Atlanta-area high schools in 2018.
VOX ATL reporter Lyric visited the 2018 GCAPP Youth Empowerment Summit and asked teens what empowerment means to them. Hear what they had to say.