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Issue 9: Letter from the Editor
Issue 9: Letter from the Editor

Hello and welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s 9th issue! The theme for Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s 9th issue is FEMINISM, more specifically intersectional feminism. The first time I was introduced to intersectionality was at a diversity conference in 2018 in High School called the Student Diversity Leadership Conference. This conference changed my life. I have gone to a predominantly white school since I was in Kindergarten, and SDLC was the first time I was in a school environment where I was surrounded by people who looked like me. ...

Daphne Lee on being a Professional Dancer and Pursuing an MFA in Dance
Daphne Lee on being a Professional Dancer and Pursuing an MFA in Dance

The guest for this episode is Daphne Lee. Daphne Lee is a professional dancer with The Dance Theatre of Harlem, a graduate of Hollins University where she earned her MFA in Dance, an advocate, an ambassador, and much more. Listen to this podcast to hear more about her story, advice, and how she got to where she is today....

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Issue 8: Letter From the Editor
Issue 8: Letter From the Editor

Hello and welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s 8th issue! Happy Black History Month! 🤎🤎🤎 What is Black History Month?Black History Month was started in 1915 and it gives us the opportunity to celebrate and share Black culture and achievements. It is a month where we educate ourselves on Black history and heritage, a time to recognize Black people’s contributions to history, and honors Black people from all periods of history. ...

Issue 7: Letter From the Editor
Issue 7: Letter From the Editor

Hello and welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s 7th issue! Happy New Year! It is finally 2021. 2020 for me, felt like the longest year ever while simultaneously feeling like it went by so quickly. Looking back on it, I can’t believe it’s 2021! 2020 was a difficult year for many people in a variety of ways. Whether it was losing loved ones, the impact of isolation, the effect on mental health, finishing school on zoom, or not graduating in person. ...

First Time Voter Vlog | 2020 Election
First Time Voter Vlog | 2020 Election

This year in April, I turned 18; this meant I had the opportunity to vote in the 2020 Election! I was so excited, and this moment was one of the things I was looking forward to this year especially because this was such an important election in the history of our country. On November 3, I voted in person with my whole family, and I decided to vlog my experience to share it with Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine. ...

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Issue 6: Letter From the Editor
Issue 6: Letter From the Editor

Hello, and welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s sixth issue! We just witnessed one of the most important elections in American history. Before the results of this election was released a lot of us were unsure if America will either regress, stay the same, or make progress forward. This is why voting is very important. Many of us voted for the first time, and I am so proud of Gen Z because we got out there, voted either by mail or in person, and made sure our voices were heard....