VOX ATL’s VOX Investigates team spoke with members of the HIGH Museum Teen Advisory Council about how art can help fight against discrimination. Hear what members Imani Andwele and Elsa Joiner had to say.
VOX ATL reporters Amariyah Callender and Erin Davis had the opportunity to receive exclusive red carpet access at the Atlanta press screening for “The Hate U Give.”
VOX ATL reporter Emma MacDonald attends immigration-themed art show and was lucky enough for many of the teens and professional artists present to be able to share their personal stories with her.
VOX ATL reporters Brooklyn and Christina interviewed actor TJ Wright about his role in the movie “The Hate U Give.” Watch as they discuss playing in this emotional drama and the impact he hopes the movie makes.
VOX ATL reporter and web editor Amariyah Callender caught up with Atlanta-raised recording artist Lyric Rachae to talk about her new music, being a young woman in the music industry and her journey since attending Berklee College of Music.
Teens like to keep up with the latest trends but we often get so entangled in the drama of our daily lives and we don’t really take the time to analyze how this music and its underlying messages, affect our thinking.
Social media platforms are used for communication between users, creating and sharing content, and marketing. As social media use grows, it becomes harder for us to keep our personal information private.
As young filmmakers like 17-year-old Jordan-Paige Sudduth attempt to reinvent the status quo of the film industry, they’ll have to adjust their expectations for the future, because greater opportunities come with greater competition. The next crop of writers, directors, cinematographers and actors will keep cranking out their indie films and learning the trade.
With the demographics in Atlanta’s West End changing, it is causing for the area to become diverse. Some see this as problematic, but contrary to popular belief, gentrification can have positive effects in communities.
VOX Media Café reporters Demetrius, Maya, Rafi and Ryann wanted to know if Atlanta-area teens know how they are impacted by the criminal justice system and what their rights are when it comes to police interactions. Some of the answers may surprise you.