Earlier this year, 15-year old Haley Henderson shared a personal, triumphant story on overcoming suicidal thoughts.
As Black women, it is imperative that we are educated and prepared to navigate and flourish in these spaces.
Money is always fun to spend. Saving and keeping a budget? Not so much. Luckily, VOX has some practical advice on how to do both.
Dear Black Men, First, I just want to say that I am one of you. I thrive off of being surrounded by other Black men in any capacity. So this critique of us, includes myself.
This summer I spent a week studying pollution in the Chattahoochee River, which increases each year. What can we do about the trash and pollution in our main waterway?
My freshman year was filled with ups and downs, highs and lows, and surmountable obstacles; however, I conquered them all. I have given myself the task to provide as much advice as I can to get you ready for this new level.
We reached out to Atlanta, DeKalb and Fulton County police departments to invite their professional experience and training in what to do during traffic stops.
The truth is, thrifting is not just for people who are on a budget: It is a clever, economically viable practice of taking used clothes and making something new out of them.
“What do you take medicine for, Kaleb?” Everyone darted their eyes my way. “I have HIV.” I had swallowed all that stigma along with my pill.
Part of me — the part that aspired to be the Perfect Sophomore, the Perfect Junior, the Perfect Senior — wants to spend the summer working toward becoming the Perfect College Freshman or the Perfect Adult. But she does not exist…