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To be honest, when people started to call me a Koreaboo, it used to actually hurt my feelings a bit. It hurt because people were making fun of something that actually made me happy. Read on
VOX ATL was invited to create poetry about self-affirmation and love at The Villages at Carver Family YMCA in partnership with Georgia Cares, a nonprofit organization supporting youth and working to eliminate the sexual exploitation of youth in Georgia.  Here’s what a few creative writers had to say.  I am a worthwhile being I value my…

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Rewind to 2016. I remember scrolling through YouTube, late at night under my covers, trying not to let too much light escape. I stumbled upon a trailer for “Moonlight” and from the thumbnail, I had an inkling that it was something special. I clicked on it. The music clenched the tiny space between my soul…

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Filth and Perfection The smell of my rusty cell reminds me I’m filthy My teeth are stripped with the nails that tap and swipe up and down electronic whiteboards The words typed, as meaningless as chalk, Make a sound It’s chewing; The grinding of teeth on blue thumbs and red hearts We tap twice and…

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It’s no secret that “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is the best-animated movie of the year and one of the best movies of the year as a whole. From its characters to its visuals, there truly is something in Marvel and Sony’s latest film for everyone to enjoy. This is the story of Miles Morales and…

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Positive representation like this in mainstream media is so important moving forward for youth of color because it emphases that their stories are important. Read on