I want this movement to be like the other ones remembered in history for the change they brought about. I don’t want it to be over. We have so much more work to do.
I believe everyone who uses social media platforms should be made aware of the truth about social media influencers and the power they have over their supporters.
Imagine if every time you come back to school, you drive through a town called Lynchburg and are forced to see a Confederate flag flying in the air and you have a slight feeling that you might not make it back home because you might be harmed by someone who doesn’t want you there.
It’s evident that Beyoncé and Jay-Z have grown a lot from where their mindsets were during their previous solo projects, and though the Carters’ collaborative album has been long-awaited, it is far from long overdue.
They definitely needed that time because their new album “Youngblood” is absolutely amazing. This album is the epitome of evolution.
VOX Media Cafe writer Rachel Springer shares her poem, “Are You Listening?”
I’m growing up in a generation that relies on technology for everything. I’m forming my opinions and values based on my experiences, which are either filtered through the internet, or created by it.
VOX ATL had the opportunity to speak to a few young musicians from the nonprofit Notes for Notes, housed at the Whitehead Boys & Girls Club, about the relevance of Black Music Month.
With each word, you sent sharp knives through my chest. “You’re too pretty to be a lesbian” you told me, and then cracked a smile. However, there was something you didn’t notice. I am pretty because I am a lesbian.
It seems that superhero movies that take a progressive social and political stance tend to garner great success.