Voting. It’s So Much Fun

  |  Topic: My Story, Politics

I attend The George Washington University in Washington D.C., and my dorm room is only a few blocks away from the White House. I find myself steering away from the political scene before it chokes me.

Missing the Election by One Day

  |  Topic: Opinion, Politics

Not being able to vote is like not being able to extinguish the fire that’s slowly, and eventually, going to swallow you whole. Like I’ve always been told, every vote counts, and I must always exercise this right. My ancestors fought for this right, and I intend to use it.

Trump, Clinton and the Media Collide in a ‘Post-Factual’ America

  |  Topic: Media Analysis, Politics

Given that I was wearing my direct-from-school inordinately bright blue shorts and a plain white T-shirt in a meeting space filled with older business men and women carefully dressed in sharp suits or silken dresses, you can imagine how much I stood out as the only teen present at the Blank Family Foundation’s “News Media and […]

What Do Teens Have to Say to this Year’s U.S. Presidential Candidates?

  |  Topic: Editor Picks, Opinion, Politics, Race/Ethnicity, Videos
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I was lucky enough to create a video from an event where teens from metro Atlanta spoke their true, uncensored thoughts about this year’s presidential election and the issues they believe the candidates should tackle head on.