VOX Media Cafe students picked up their cameras and phones and captured the streets of Atlanta during VOX Media Cafe’s second session.
Without the support of a family or guardian, homeless LGBTQ youth are alone in the world, and it is unbelievable how difficult life becomes.
Four students went three different different Atlanta neighborhoods to explore the issue of class and break the bubble they were living in.
I was supposed to be a fly on the wall
Just an unbiased observer
But when the chants turn gospels
And the streets of Atlanta turn to holy
You must become congregation…
It all felt so real, yelling with others in the cold, November air, our voices surrounded in small clouds of heat and breath. To voice opinions and emotions I had pent up inside for so long was the best feeling in the world, and I could tell I was not the only one having such an experience.
By intertwining social commentary and humor that will catch you off guard, “Atlanta” is not your typical TV show. VOX teens give their reviews.
Playgrounds aren’t just for children anymore. Modern playgrounds are sustainable, interactive and generally pleasant to look at, and it’s for these reasons that they are art.
VOX spiraled into another exciting and jam-packed session of VOX Media Cafe last week, and
We wasted no time getting down to business.
Towering in the skies, decrepit and abandoned, lies the David T. Howard School in the historic Old Fourth Ward. Atlanta’s first black mayor, Maynard Jackson, and civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr., once walked the school’s halls more than 50 years ago. The David T. Howard School is expected to reopen in five years […]
My fellow press photographers and I were escorted through a cleared path that cut straight through to the pit at the front of the Tabernacle stage. As fans awaited the members of Young the Giant to hit the stage February 22 in downtown Atlanta, the air was thick with anticipation, humid heat, and filled with […]