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Throughout time, music has been regarded as one of the most notable things that brings humans together. Easily created, whether by humming or an instrument, people tend to agree on its emotional value. Perhaps this is the reason we love musical theatre so much. We love watching the experiences of humans told through song. However,…

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She fades in and out of existence. Her violet hair pierces through the warmth of spring. She only appears when the frost of winter has seeped into the soil and leaves just as the August sun rises. But even in the short time she’s in town. She pleasantly stains every corner of your life. She’s…

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VOX ATL sat down with State Senator Jackson to talk about Out Down South, her role as a State Senator and the advice she has for queer youth in Georgia. Read on
2022 was the year of musical underdogs. As we work towards emerging out of the pandemic, many artists are making bold entrances through their dramatic leaps of experimentation. They have been blurring the lines between genres, styles, and traditions. It has been a joyous year of musical confidence and collaborations. “Makes Me Sick Makes Me…

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On September 16, Mahsa Amini, a  22-year-old Iranian woman, died in the custody of morality police while visiting relatives in Tehran. Eyewitnesses report Amini was brutally beaten into a coma by law enforcement and forcefully detained in the back of a police van for the improper wearing of a hijab and clothing. CNN reported that…

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On November 9th I attended the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Atlanta movie premiere at the Fox Theatre. Little to my knowledge at the time, I’d be experiencing far more than a movie that night. Once I sat in the audience, I was immediately transported into the world of “Wakanda Forever” with a live drumming performance…

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