People do not truly understand the problem of domestic violence and do not take it as seriously as it should be. Our goal is for PADV’s Teen Summit to be an eye-opening experience.
Two candidates for Atlanta’s next mayor sat down with VOX this summer to talk about the election and where they stand on key issues impacting local teens.
Earlier this summer, at the Hard Rock Cafe in Atlanta, I sat down to talk with the Osceola Brothers, a heavy-hitting, rock and blues-influenced band from Hollywood, Florida. The trio, made up of Tyson, Sheldon, and Cameron Osceola are some of the coolest guys I’ve ever met, and their music is some of the best […]
“I don’t know whether I chose to do poetry, more so than I was just writing, and it just turned into this. But I love it, and I never want to stop.” – Tia, 17
Get to know Ninel Nekay, 19, Atlanta’s Poet Laureate 2016-17 and a member of Team Atlanta, heading to Brave New Voices international poetry slam.
Welcome to the teaser of the pilot episode of the VOXcast! Teen Staffers Haley Henderson, Khalil Shipman, Kenneth Franklin, Mack Walker and Keana Martin-Sanders (in addition to adult support from WABE’s very own Molly Samuel) are working tirelessly to edit, produce and complete this podcast. The staffers think that podcasts are becoming more popular especially […]
As a love child of the theater, I hardly felt out of place in Spelman College’s theater, interviewing Atlanta actress Terry Henry. It was reassuring that the beautiful chaos is not limited to high school theater.
Blue Delliquanti is an illustrator perhaps most famous for her comic “O Human Star.” Her work has pushed the boundaries of comics, sharing the LGBTQ experience in her writing, and offering deep societal questions through her plots. She has gone on to be published in major anthologies and receive an Ignatz award nomination. Her latest […]
“I have always planned on going to a college in the U.S., but people have suggested looking at schools in other countries because of the current political climate in the U.S.”
Maite Nazario, a 16-year-old senior at Chattahoochee High School, is a self-taught artist who uses acrylic and watercolor as well as mixed media to tell the story of immigration in the U.S.