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Juneteenth is a holiday known by many names such as Emancipation day, Independence Day, or Freedom Day. Although the holiday has many different identifiers, it celebrates the same monumental event in history – the manumission of Black people in America that went into effect June 19th 1865. Juneteenth has been a widely celebrated holiday in…

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All video was taken in Washington D.C. hours after the Roe v. Wade decision was overturned on June 24, 2022. The people videoed were chosen due to their protest signs and what I perceived to be unique viewpoints. Read on
missing a word with so many different meanings a feeling you’ll never get back you will forever carry it in your heart but in the end it will fade away in the moment you sit and wish it would last forever until. it doesn’t. you think about how it was trying to relive the moment…

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2021. a year that felt like it was never ending, but here we are at the finish line. you saw right through me. taught me lessons that i refused to want to learn. you ever sit in a room with lots of people and feel like the only one there? pondering on your own thoughts…

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Now that the COVID-19 vaccine is available for teens as well as adults, young people have questions. As a part of VOX ATL ongoing #VOXVAX coverage, teen staff member Anjali delivers some info and myth busters about the COVID-19 vaccine. Read on
You might have heard about dual enrollment before, and maybe even considered joining it. But what exactly is it, and what can you expect from it? Read on