A VOX Media Cafe photo essay depicting the essence of the teens’ trials, accomplishments and publishing success.
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.
We reached out to Atlanta, DeKalb and Fulton County police departments to invite their professional experience and training in what to do during traffic stops.
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.
Anime fans can be found all over the world. These young people are brought together because of their fascination with manga and anime.
While people in Atlanta express their about Lonzo Ball after the LA Lakers drafted him on Thursday June 22, he’ll earn big payday.
It was an intense second week at VOX Media Cafe and yet they rose to the challenge. VMCers captured stills, b-roll and interviews, created interactive digital content and edited multimedia packages using Adobe Premiere Elements.
Without the support of a family or guardian, homeless LGBTQ youth are alone in the world, and it is unbelievable how difficult life becomes.
In Hollywood, men have been in the driver’s seat when it comes to directing and producing. But the success of “Wonder Woman” could change everything.
VOX Media Cafe teens interviewed four musicians who are trying to make it in the music scene: 404 Villain, Joe Alterman, A.B.B. and MC Miles.