What’s Going on Right Now at Teen Vogue

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A letter from our new executive editor, Danielle Kwateng.

giving a platform to talented young people
from marginalized communities.
When I first moved to New York City after graduating from college 11 years ago, I could only dream of stepping into this role. I am honored to be able to work with a team that is committed to serving you — young, activated people with something to say.
Although
Teen Vogue
has been around since 2003, the 2016 election of Donald Trump recentered our focus on storytelling that explains, interrogates, and uplifts those who are often misunderstood and misrepresented. Across all of our sections, we’ve reported on topics like Indigenous rights, immigration, Black Lives Matter, sustainability, pop culture, sexuality, and more with a fresh lens that always centers on young people’s perspectives.
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As history has taught us, society has the capacity to evolve. We’ve seen this countless times throughout history with movements, uprisings, and even renaissances. But accountability is a critical part of that growing process. We at
Teen Vogue
have read your comments and emails and we have seen the pain and frustration caused by resurfaced social media posts.

While our staff continued doing the groundbreaking and progressive work we’re known for, we stopped posting it on social media as we turned inward and had a lot of tough discussions about who we are and what comes next. We’re not perfect, but we do know our place in the media landscape and recognize that our readers make up the DNA of our work.
We are invested in you as much as you are invested in us.
I’m so excited for the future of
Teen Vogue.
Our diverse and brilliant staff of editors and writers plan to continue amplifying the voices of the unheard, telling stories that normally go untold, and providing resources for teens looking to make a tangible impact in their communities. But we also plan to evolve with our readers, because we can’t be the young person’s guide to saving the world without you.
The young person’s guide to conquering (and saving) the world. Teen Vogue covers the latest in celebrity news, politics, fashion, beauty, wellness, lifestyle, and entertainment.

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