With Georgia’s next governor about to take over, VOX ATL’s Mack Walker asked a group of teens from Youth United what they would do if they were elected governor. They also spoke about using white privilege for good, Atlanta’s homeless issue and what it feels like to be discriminated against.
“The reality is that you have to know your history in order to chart your future.” — Keisha Lance Bottoms, the 60th Mayor of the City of Atlanta Black scholar and founder of what is now known as Black History Month Carter G. Woodson, once said, “Those who have no record of what their forebears…Read on
On May 20, Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp wrote a letter to the State Board of Education opposing the teaching of critical race theory in Georgia classrooms. Below you will find the following excerpt: We must instead focus on our goal of providing the highest quality education to every child in Georgia, without partisan bias…Read on
If you live in the United States and especially in the state of Georgia, then you have most likely heard about Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s waiving of The Georgia Road Test that Georgia residents must take to receive their license. After much criticism from news outlets, Governor Kemp quickly placed the driver’s test back into…Read on
On Thursday night, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued a state executive order, reopening the state in effect, starting Friday. VOX ATL took a read through the controversial order to examine the specifics of how the governor plans to reopen the state. Here’s what, specifically, will have an impact on Atlanta teens. Restaurants The order states…Read on
"I wasn’t jubilant to vote, I didn’t look at the process as tedious and exhausting. That was, until, I got to a polling place on the last day of early voting." Read on