VOX ATL sat down with “The Poet X” author Elizabeth Acevedo after a reading she hosted at Charis Books & More in Atlanta.
White created his brand Fly Familia after he got good feedback from showing off his designs around school and on social media. The young entrepreneur describes Fly Familia as “being an united family” because those who wear it have a similar taste in fashion and style.
We asked attendees in the estimated crowd of 30,000 some gut-wrenching questions about why guns should or shouldn’t be sold and how to get legislative response to school gun violence.
There’s a bill under consideration this week that would extend foster care benefits to youth after age 18. Ann speaks up about why it’s important to her and other youth who’ve been there: “It’s kinda hard for us to grow up as fast as the system wants us to and we’re not ready for it. And our brains aren’t ready for it.”
As school shootings continue to happen in America, many people are debating if teachers should be armed and trained to protect students during an emergency. A group of teens at VOX ATL spoke out about this issue and how it can affect them.
Paul has removed the video and apologized. But not everyone is buying it, including members of the VOX ATL teen staff. Here are some reactions to the video.
If you are new to the coffee world, I would not only like to say welcome, but also tell you that this article is specifically designed for you.
In this workshop, Youth United, along with VOX teens and adult supporters, discussed interviewing techniques for their social justice projects and volunteerism.
Getting to the U.S. was just the start of a never-ending journey that will continue for my a lifetime. Being fortunate enough to receive the opportunity of coming to a country some people can only dream of sets up a lot of pressure to succeed.
In our travels across Atlanta we asked a handful of teen immigrants and teens with immigrant parents what the “American Dream” meant to them. Here’s what they said.