Artist and vendor Chris Shaw shares a poem about World War I.
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Artist and vendor Kedist Girma shares a poem about love.
Artist and vendor Rashawn Bowser shares a poem about loneliness.
Artist and vendor Ron Dudley shares a poem about love.
Artist and vendor Ronald Smoot shares his view on life after being released from jail
Artist and vendor Patty Smith shares her thoughts on love.
Artist and vendor Robert Warren writes about his mother, Edeth, and what she taught him.
Vendor Ron “Pookanu” Dudley shares his views through a poem titled “Listen”
Vendor and artist Reggie Jones shares a poem about youth and hope.
Mac meets Jenny while his mother talks to the principal about his troubles at school.
In a short writing piece, Vendor Reggie Jones reflects on “getting his life together”
While attending Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure in Washington, D.C., Black Fields learns a shocking fact about breast cancer.
In an eloquently written poem, vendor James David writes about the profound power of technology.
The vendors took in portraits created with unique items to represent the people.
Vendor Tracy Jennings shares their poem wondering if people care.
Vendor Rashawn Bowser reflects on anonymity in her poem.
Vendor Alice Carter shares a poem about being locked in a psych ward by the Metro Transit Police.
Vendor Marcus McCall shares the difficulties of his childhood.
Vendor Laticia Brock shares her frustrations with violence in a poem.
Vendor Frederic John shares a poem about one of DC’s most well-known areas.