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The 2020 election is coming up in the next year. Eager teens across Georgia will be able to vote and many will have the ability to choose the nation’s next leaders. With less than a year before the first Democratic primary on February 3, 2020 in Iowa, the Democrats have begun the process of selecting…

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Fear will drive you crazy, speed your heartbeat up, and it made me extremely concerned for my father one night this summer. Yes, I love my dad and mom with all my heart, but that night in July was about my dad. I know it sounds cringy to say but he’s literally the male version…

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Owning a business is a lot harder than it seems. You have to put in many hours, days, weeks, and months of hard work to gain success. It requires a lot of time, patience, you must come up with original unique ideas to stand out from your competitors, you have to learn how to navigate…

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Imagine, you’re in the bathroom staring at yourself in the mirror. You’re sobbing uncontrollably and your fists are clenched. You growl at yourself the same words, “Stupid! Idiot! Bitch!” Then imagine taking your clenched fists and punching yourself. Imagine feeling so overwhelmed by your hatred that you just sink to the floor and sob. This…

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Being a black girl in the current state of this country is already hard. It becomes even harder when you find yourself attending a school where more than 75% of the student body looks nothing like you. The shock of a new school experience, mixed with feeling that you don’t belong there can be heavy.…

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VOX ATL reporter Destine Manson spoke with creative entreprenuers on how their decisions to further their educations, or not, have impacted their business. Read on
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