VOX ATL talked with Atlanta artists and community leaders about WonderRoot’s “Off The Wall: Atlanta’s Civil Rights & Social Justice Journey” project — creating murals before Super Bowl 53 — and how art can impact change.
The lack of options makes people like me with darker complexions feel cast out. My makeup should not make me feel like an outsider. Beauty is supposed to be something that everyone, no matter what ethnicity or gender you are, can enjoy without fear of being denied.
Just because my sport uses a rifle does not mean in any way, shape, or form that I tolerate violence or have anything less than the utmost disgust and outrage for the people who would turn rifles into weapons on innocent people.
“Sorry To Bother You” has a creative story that relies on absurdist humor, but unfortunately the film gets too absurd in the third act, and it ends up working against the film, rather than helping it tell a cohesive story.
“Sorry To Bother You” meshes outlandish visuals with real-life circumstances, and creatively does so, exuding an all-around larger-than-life experience.
Just like the professionals, teen student-athletes have lives and interests outside of school and sports. But with high school sports growing in popularity and summer leagues, competitions, fundraisers and training increasing, there seems to be no end to any sports season.
Teens like to keep up with the latest trends but we often get so entangled in the drama of our daily lives and we don’t really take the time to analyze how this music and its underlying messages, affect our thinking.
Social media platforms are used for communication between users, creating and sharing content, and marketing. As social media use grows, it becomes harder for us to keep our personal information private.
As young filmmakers like 17-year-old Jordan-Paige Sudduth attempt to reinvent the status quo of the film industry, they’ll have to adjust their expectations for the future, because greater opportunities come with greater competition. The next crop of writers, directors, cinematographers and actors will keep cranking out their indie films and learning the trade.
The “When Girls like Girls” podcast is about different types of lesbians and their experiences in the world. This podcast is hosted by Christian Stallworth, a stem presenting lesbian who wanted to produce this podcast to give lesbians a platform to get their voices heard and to help bust myths and stereotypes about them.