Local and national coverage of Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day coverage for 2017.
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On Monday, Dec. 4, Mayor Bowser announced today that the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency will issue up to $500 million in private activity bonds to finance affordable housing. The action is a direct response to Congress’s tax reform legislation, which was passed Friday night in the Senate.
“I think it is an iconic picture that explains this world without many words. The location, the situation, the needs, but also the hopes. Many publications have used this photo. But all pictures are important for me as they record evidence and serve as proof.”
Members of Congress, a country music artist, and the president and CEO of Make Room, Inc. held a Sept. 12 briefing on the rental housing crisis in America.
Street Sense Vendor Jeff McNeil’s discovery of reading and writing helped turn his life around.
The National Association of HUD Tenants brought about 40 people from around country to demonstrate against the president’s cuts to affordable housing spending and rent increases.
June 16, 2017 marks the two-year anniversary of Patty Smith moving into housing at the Valenti House in Woodley Park.
Dudley, aka Pookanu, is a musician on a spiritual mission — a mission to make sense of life, God, and fatherhood. It’s a lot to examine when you consider he’s relentlessly working to not only provide for his family but also find permanent housing.
On May 23, 2017, Sir Roger Moore passed away from cancer. I remember him on “The Saint” every Sunday night at 10 p.m. Our whole… Read more »
Michael W. Palmer, a former military police officer and department of corrections employee in the state of Virginia, never thought he’d become a pastor. Palmer… Read more »
JBG Companies, owner of the Beauregard apartment complex in Alexandria approved for renovation years ago, announced in late February that it has put the project up… Read more »
The National Coalition for the Homeless has organized an April 1 advocacy day, largely in response to President Trump’s proposed budget.
A Street Sense vendor contemplates the possible consequences of the Trump Presidency on Washington D.C.
A Street Sense vendor describes how he “tried liberalism” but is now a Trump supporter.
Vendor and artist James Davis sends a message to newly inaugurated President Donald Trump about ending homelessness in D.C.