Founded by two young females of color in The Bronx, Journals of Color motivates Bronx teens to stimulate change within their communities by utilizing their writing and artistic abilities as their voices. Writers in this literary magazine have the freedom to express anything, whether it be writing about current events, social media, college, mental health, personal anecdotes, and many more. Whatever is written, is heard. The staff at Journals of Color will flourish into catalysts of social change due to the diversity, talents, and intelligence exchanged among one another. People of color, especially teens, have their voices and creativity belittled and manipulated by those in positions of power. However, the platform at Journals of Color IS the change that the world needs to see. Real teens, real voices, and real change straight from an underrepresented community itself, The Bronx.