VOX ATL visited with a group of young people working International Rescue Committee this summer. In the time we spent together, three IRC participants wrote and shared about their experiences in America.
The music festival season has begun here in Atlanta! You’ve copped your tickets, blasted music from your favorite artists on the lineup, and racked your brain over what to wear. But, are you completely sure that you’re ready?
The A.M.F.M. festival, celebrated the diverse art, stories, and individuals that exist in the Southwest Altanta community of young, emerging creatives.
We look to figures like Beyonce as the ultimate black female role model, but without the original Queen (of Soul) paving the way for future female artists, there would be no Queen Bey.
VOX Investigates is coming! Here’s a taste of what the teens are thinking right now
Our first VOX Teen Poetry submission for the 2018-19 school year comes from Tyler Bey.
Wearing pieces such as “NEVER SOLD DOPE” and “END RAPE CULTURE” allows for support to those that could not voice these issue themselves. Now we are able to wear our beliefs.
Even as we’re bopping to the top 45 through these next few months, we have to remember that the lyrics and content of the songs we put on repeat are just as important as the beat that plays behind them.
Finally! Season four of the VOXCast is here. This time we have VOXCast co-founders Kenneth Franklin and Khalil Shipman talking about their transitions into freshman year, of college.
VOXers Erin Davis, Amariyah Callender and Christian Stallworth dive into what exactly cancel culture is, and why we need it more than ever in 2018.