Cole, from Atlanta Word Works, describes the healing process of poetry and teamwork created by and for the Brave New Voices Atlanta team.
Dasia offers a poetic reflection on growing up, independence, and the way teens and adults see each other.
Then he led us onto the “Hamilton” stage. I cannot begin to describe how mesmerized I felt. To be on the same stage where the famous actors dance and sing, and to look out at the empty theater was an experience I’ll never forget.
The Be Pretty, Not Petty event included a chance to teen girls in Atlanta to share their reflections and voices. “The way I see beauty is not from what clothes you wear or how your hair looks, but what is on the inside,” wrote one teen.
VOX staffer, Rebecca takes us along her travel adventure this summer. This is the first in a series. Rebecca, 16, hopes to inspire teen readers around Atlanta to travel the world and take in all of its wonders and adventures.
From pop culture to sports, I was able to connect with my peers while living abroad and share the voices of three new friends.
Meet some of the teens who attended MomoCon — an anime and gaming convention — last weekend in Atlanta.
Not since James Cameron’s 2009 “Avatar” have visual effects been pushed to such groundbreaking levels of complexity and near perfection.
Compared to most teachings of slavery, “Roots” shows us that rich culture and diverse societies existed completely independent of European enslavement or infiltration.
This is the best d*mn movie I’ve ever seen. As a black teen growing up in East Point, Georgia, I am ashamed of how my peers spit in the face of our culture by not taking advantage of the opportunities that were paid for by the blood, murder and rape of our ancestors.