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VOX ATL is Atlanta's place for uncensored, teen-generated content and self-expression. Teens living in Metro Atlanta join VOX ATL to express their views and tell their stories via writing, video and audio. Here, you will hear podcasts produced by Atlanta teens on range of topics ranging from politics to entertainment and more. For more, visit us at VOXATL.org
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Silence the Shame's Founder and CEO, Shanti Das, and Founder of Kids Write Network, Helen Georgaklis, sat down with world-renowned dancers Larry and Laurent Bourgeois, known as Les Twins to discuss raising awareness about mental health and improving access to treatment and services. In this candid conversation, Les Twins shares the impact of dance …
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The topic of migration and immigration have been running across headlines and sparking interest in the media more and more within the past few years. However not too many people realize that they interact with migrants, immigrants, refugees and families literally everyday.In this podcast series, Bailey speaks to immigrants, migrants and later gener…
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On this episode of "Class In Session," the host, AJ, producer Sage, and guest Eugene, explain the dangers in school and how they are unsafe from a student’s point of view. During the podcast we talk about personal experiences of dangers in school, including topics from fighting, to school shootings, to students bringing in weapons and drugs, and se…
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A group of students at North Springs High School have a candid discussion about the quality of high school counselors and offer some thoughts on how they can be improved.North Springs Administration respects the views and opinions of its student journalistsBy VOX ATL
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Even though it’s illegal, we know many teens use weed. In fact, according to the National Institute of Health, in 2021 "marijuana use …reached the highest levels ever recorded since these trends were first monitored in 1988.” In this podcast, we have teens from North Springs High School in Sandy Springs talking about whether weed impacts teens’ men…
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Welcome to Harmless Debates, a podcast here at VOXATL where teens come together to discuss pop culture topics all the way from new TV shows to new indie and pop artists. Come along with us as we uncover new aspects of today’s pop culture. Be sure to tune in every now and then for a new episode. You can now listen to Harmless Debates on VOXATL.org, …
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Welcome to Harmless Debates, a podcast here at VOXATL where teens come together to discuss pop culture topics all the way from new TV shows to new indie and pop artists. Come along with us as we uncover new aspects of today’s pop culture. Be sure to tune in every week for a new episode. You can now listen to Harmless Debates on VOXATL.org, Spotify,…
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On this edition of the Healing in Public series of the Silence the Shame Podcast, Shanti Das and Free The Vision speak with Kamille Richardson the Creator of iSee Technology, mental health, and differently-able advocate. She gives a very vulnerable account of her story navigating the world as a woman born blind with an internal compass for greatnes…
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At our recent VOX Investigates: 2022 Elections teen dialogue VOX ATL reporter and host Paige talked with Atlanta-area teens about the current legal voting age. Topics discussed included if it should be changed so that more young people can participate and if it was changed, would they? Listen to hear some interesting perspectives.…
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Shanti Das and Free The Vision speak with Dr. Gunter, Clinical & Support Psychologist and BJ Armstead, Life Coach & CEO of Apollo Sports Counseling about the value of mental health support and wellness in the professional sports. The conversation dives into what is currently lacking and what a great future of mental wellness could look like for the…
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Welcome to Harmless Debates, a podcast here at VOXATL where teens come together to discuss pop culture topics all the way from new TV shows to new indie and pop artists. Come along with us as we uncover new aspects of today’s pop culture. Be sure to tune in every week for a new episode. You can now listen to Harmless Debates on VOXATL.org, Spotify,…
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On this special episode for World Mental Health Day, we are also honoring Breast Cancer Awareness month as we speak with fashion designer Tracy Nicole. We dive into her dynamic story of healing, triumph, and endurance through the survival and overcoming of her own former diagnosis. This powerful episode goes inside the mental and emotional impact t…
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In this bonus episode co-hosted by VOX ATL and Silence the Shame, 10 teens came together this summer to learn about podcasting and to discuss their experiences and observations on how social media affects how we see and feel about ourselves.“ … when you’re cognizant of the idea that there’s a difference between real life and false reality, I think …
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On this special edition episode, we bring you a fireside chat from our My Life is a Gift: Suicide Summit in Atlanta. Host and Silence the Shame CEO, Shanti Das speaks with Hip-Hop artist Monaleo and licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Chanda about celebrating recovery. Monaleo very vulnerably dives into her history and journey with mental and emotio…
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On this edition of the Healing in Public series of the Silence the Shame Podcast, Shanti Das and Free The Vision speak with Doug Reed the Director of Partnerships for Black Men Heal. We explore some of the challenges Black men face while searching for emotional healing and support. Be sure to listen for some amazing resources for those in need and …
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Gen Z, the generation teased for our sensitivity and told to get over ourselves. But does our sensitivity make us crybabies or just more aware? Singer Lizzo was recently "cancelled" for using language in her new song that some felt was insensitive, leading to her changing the lyrics. Join VOX Teen Writer Mikayla with guests Jenne, Hunter, and Zariy…
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On this edition of the Healing in Public series of the Silence the Shame Podcast, Shanti Das and Free The Vision speak with former NFL player Marcus Smith. Marcus opens up and gives a raw account of his journey with mental health and how it has led him to founding his organization - The “Circle of M” Be sure to - FOLLOW, RATE, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT, &…
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Shanti Das and Free The Vision speak with licensed therapist and School Psychotherapist Dr. Adrienne about the challenges of substantial mental health support in the school system. Be sure to RATE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE, and SHARE!Follow Us:IG: @SilencetheShameFB + TW: @SilencethShameBy ShantiDas
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Welcome to the relaunch of the Silence the Shame Podcast, season 1. Join Shanti Das and Free The Vision for the kick off episode where they speak with Amber Walker, MBA candidate/Columbia Business School and Trinity Hall, Event Assistant navigating the stressors of building a career after college. Subscribe! Comment! Share! Rate!Follow:IG - @Silenc…
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It’s no secret that teen girls are disproportionately affected when it comes to Instagram and their body image. Due to this, 1 out of 3 teen users have their body image worsened. The fact of the matter is that Instagram is bottomless, sending no signals of when to stop scrolling. VMCer Katharine Markiewicz interviews three metro-Atlanta teens facin…
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In this episode of Teens Talk TV, VOX ATL Summer Interns Zariah and Zariyah rank the main characters of 'Avatar: The Last Airbender'. To follow along with us, check out the tier list maker at this link: https://tiermaker.com/create/avatar-the-last-airbender-ultimate-character-rank-617330By VOX ATL
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African Americans face discrimination in the work industry and one of the main reasons is harmful stereotypes. As a result of these stereotypes, African Americans are viewed as unqualified or unworthy for particular jobs and get paid less. There is a large pay gap between black and white people. Here, VMCer Kayla interviews two African American wor…
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VOX Media Cafe participant Kennedy Cash hosts a roundtable discussion with fellow VMCer Amaya and VMC interns Hunter and Mikayla where they give incoming high school freshmen advice on how to make the transition. From Kennedy: "I hope ya'll will take the advice we gave you into your freshman year!"By VOX ATL
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Welcome to Harmless Debates, a podcast here at VOXATL where teens come together to discuss pop culture topics all the way from new TV shows to new indie and pop artists. Come along with us as we uncover new aspects of today’s pop culture. Be sure to tune in every week for a new episode. You can now listen to Harmless Debates on VOXATL.org, Spotify,…
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