As an organization that has been wholeheartedly committed to amplifying the voices of youth in all communities, VOX ATL stands in solidarity with the black community as they fight for change against an unjust system that makes them prime targets for racial discrimination and police brutality. VOX ATL has been committed to community outreach and…Read on
"Research says that students from low-income families tend to be less motivated in school, and less likely to graduate high school," says Ila Prabhuram. "Through College Pathway, I hope to change that." Read on
To kick off 2020 we facilitated our first community workshop of the year at Crews Middle School in Gwinnett County. After a great conversation about getting your voice into the community we created some amazing content that included video, podcasting, and art. Read on
As a part of our ongoing “VOX Investigates: Equity in Education” coverage, the Latin American Association invited our community facilitators to Cross Keys High School to lead a workshop on educational equity. Here’s what teens had to say.
The undoing of privatized immigration detention can’t be solved with a simple call to action. We must hold companies and politicans accountable. Read on
At the start of this school year, nine Pace Academy theater students created a powerful performance bringing to life the stories of two Holocaust survivors. With a mere four hours of rehearsal before the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s screening of the documentary “Witness Theater,” Pace’s student actors shared their own rendition of the Brooklyn, NY-based…Read on