through some perfect alignment in the stars of the universe, I found myself sitting last Tuesday night, May 22, under the lights of Atlanta’s Fox Theatre seeing the Broadway production of “Hamilton,” a musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda with a racially diverse cast that translates the story of America’s conception into rap.
In this workshop, Youth United, along with VOX teens and adult supporters, discussed interviewing techniques for their social justice projects and volunteerism.
Atlanta teens have one burning question for mayoral candidates Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood.
Maya Martin talked with poet Clementine von Radics about
Women superheroes should be written with depth that transcends their appearance, because women have depth that transcends appearance.
Teen activists from all over Atlanta are volunteering on the campaign trail, creating social justice clubs at school, and protesting key issues.
As America continues to grapple with the tragic, hate-fueled events that transpired in Charlottesville, Va. this past weekend, the VOX teens’ content on race relations is as relevant as ever.
VOX Media Cafe Session 3 was summer camp on steroids. Teens who have been on the VOX staff or in previous VMC sessions returned to Atlanta’s teen newsroom for a more advanced dive into journalism, multimedia and teamwork. They ate ice cream at BBDO ad agency, chased Carl Azuz through the esteemed halls of CNN, drew […]