There are two kinds of poverty: material and spiritual poverty. Material poverty is what’s argued about inside the Beltway, such as the poor are defined… Read more »
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A new program to benefit elderly District of Columbia residents is now in the early stages of implementation. “Age-Friendly DC” coordinates collective action through 2017… Read more »
I recently attended an Age-Friendly D.C. meeting at the Wilson Building. Age-Friendly DC is the District’s plan for ensuring our city is a good place… Read more »
Best friends Orock and Anyang tell us about the men in their lives.
Michelle Rae Lesher discusses her latest relationship.
Happy Valentine’s Day!! Is there a love song playlist in your heart? Have you a top 20 (or more) list of memorable melodic mellow mood… Read more »
The girl is back with a heart attack, watch your back! Dancin’ down the street to the beat, with yo’ fancy feet! Clappin’ your hands,… Read more »
Time to get a mayor to put her foot down on this homelessness situation. I had the chance to talk to Muriel Bowser and ask… Read more »
For 15 years, Bilal laid pipes in the ground in the District of Columbia. Now, he sleeps on the same ground where he laid those pipes, supported by checks from the government.
James Davis uses poetry to describe the collective experience at SOME.
Green Party VP Candidate, Pat LaMarche, sleeps in shelters across the United States to better understand the conditions and needs of those who stay in them.
Though Marcellus Dyson has been homeless on and off for six years, he still has not lost his dreams: a legitimate job, affordable housing, and… Read more »
The debate on the need to reform homeless services in Washington D.C. gains momentum.
Shelter in Columbia Heights to remain open during redevelopment.
Sandra Bunch discusses the realities of experiencing seasons of celebrations when one is living without housing.
Annie Hill reviews Sharon Hays’ “Flat Broke With Children.”