Being a teenager and having a passion can change your life. I know this because having a passion for dance has changed my life forever.
Atlanta teens have one burning question for mayoral candidates Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood.
The VOX teens interviewed Atlanta Hawks players to talk about their the upcoming season, their favorite music and their NBA 2K18 ratings.
Black Lives Matter. Immigration. Sustainability. LGBTQ rights. Mental health in the prison system. Education. Intersectionality. VOX visited Emory’s Youth Theological Initiative to discuss these issues and other social justice issues.
During this year’s Vox Media Cafe Session 3, a group of Atlanta teens joined together to tell you what the city means to them with a look through their eyes.
With tons of support that tasted like doughnuts, sounded like dance parties and looked like amazing volunteers who served as mentors, the teens of VOX Media Cafe learned to use digital cameras, edit video and work under deadline.
The truth is, thrifting is not just for people who are on a budget: It is a clever, economically viable practice of taking used clothes and making something new out of them.
In an action-packed first week at VOX Media Cafe 2017, teens covered breaking news stories, conducted interviews on the red carpet, interviewed singer/songwriter Doria Roberts, and pitched ideas for their final multimedia pieces.
“If the words are pretty but they don’t fit right inside of you, then it’s not the piece that you should be writing… Only write things that are true to you.” – Jaha Bella, 17
Through a teen-led event called VOX-A-Palooza, VOX showcased our special coverage about mental health, provided a safe space to speak up and create art, and hosted a poetry slam for metro-Atlanta teens and their families.