I am so thankful that you take care of yourself every single day. I am so honored to become you. The most powerful thing you are showing me is what is possible with our life. I can’t wait to meet you.
You will graduate from college. You will find a balance between being young and a parent to your siblings. I love you. You are truly resilient, boo. Never let someone else make you feel as if you do not belong. Always remember where you come from and the power of giving back.
I am girl/and girl does not mean/“Sexualize me”/“Pry me apart”/“Look me up and down.”
I had the most fun time creating the music video for 18-year-old Jayla Darden’s “That’s Just Life.” Nine Atlanta teens worked together to create this video.
In order to change the world or people you must empower their minds to speak through their creative mind. When I leave this earth my ideas and dreams will echo for eternity.
Atlanta teens created a music video with the band Secondhand Swagger to create an interpretation of their song and bring their vision to life. It was an adventure. We followed the story of a band member’s conflicts and separation…
Events like this remind everyone that teens do a have a voice — a loud and creative one at that.
The role I played in our music video was being a sad moth that turned into a beautiful butterfly, believing in my own self worth. I learned how to unleash my inner creative side.
Ace Apollo’s single, “Be Safe,” tells the story of his friend Gooch, a “fallen soldier” who was a victim of gun violence in his own community.
The teens of VOX Media Cafe hit the streets of Atlanta to find out how Atlantans feel about the top news stories this week: police, the Black Lives Matter movement and the upcoming presidential election. Listen to their radio report here: Police This week five police officers killed in Dallas were honored during a memorial service. A gunman […]