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In this podcast, teens Savannah Blakey, Angelle Cave, Lily Herring, and Madyson Meyer discuss how the growing societal focus on digital identities is facilitated by social media, aesthetics, and online communities.  Read on
It’s a brilliantly charming comedy with a pace and atmosphere reminiscent of a storybook—but when watching, it was obvious that this movie differs from what you’d typically see today in the mainstream. Read on
VOX ATL hosted a podcast recording with teens from Savannah, GA, who wanted to talk about student burnout and dealing with stress, especially at school, and we're excited to share it now as part of Stress Awareness Month and the Free Your Feels campaign.  Read on
For National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day, teens gathered at VOX ATL to learn more about what HIV is — and what it isn't. Debunking myths and sharing accurate information helps us stay informed for better health! Read on
In this edition of the VOX Bubble, students from Frederick Douglass High School’s Ninth Grade Academy recapped their experiences in the SKYE program, a new approach to sex ed from the Fulton County Board of Health.  Read on
Growing up, I vaguely knew about the 1985 film, “The Color Purple.” The movie registered to me in bits and pieces, as I was too young to understand the depth of the story. When I entered my teenage years, I began to familiarize myself with both the original 1982 novel and also the critically acclaimed…

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