Kate’s Club teens speak up about their grief journey.
Valentine’s Day gets a great deal of fuss. This seemingly arbitrary date between New Year’s Day and spring break incites couples everywhere to present some tangible token of their love to their significant other. Heart-shaped chocolate boxes occupy rows upon rows in the Family Dollar candy aisle. Cutesy fliers for the Valentine’s Dance are plastered […]
Events like this remind everyone that teens do a have a voice — a loud and creative one at that.
Knowing what abuse can look like — in its different forms — could help reduce the frequency of dating violence and other forms of unhealthy relationships among teens. Check it out.
[This] personal narrative comes from a horrible experience involving me and a [so-called] bad boy (*not his real name).
VOX is proud to share these voices of Kate’s Club teens during Grief Awareness Month and #BlueNovember. To bring the mic to teens at your Atlanta-area organization or school, contact Rachel@voxatl.org. People Hide Behind a Smile By Trinity Powers Everyone is different, but similar in their own way. There are some children that have no […]
One Wish If I could have one wish, what would it be? Would it be for super powers? Could it be for respect? Should it be for ever lasting life? No, my only wish would be for your love. I wish to be wrapped up in your arms. I wish to be happy with you […]
The Reformation Project, started by author of “God and The Gay Christian” by Matthew Vines, recently came to Atlanta for a conference. This project was started in 2013 in Kansas, reaching people in Missouri and California. The eponymous conference in Atlanta lasted June 11-13, covering a vast amount of topics. Those who were able to […]