Street Sense Media vendor and artist Marcus Green died April 2 — five days shy of his birthday. He would’ve been 61.
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Joseph Walker, a Street Sense Media artist and vendor, died from a heart attack on Jan. 19. He was 57 years old.
Miguel Gonzales, a lifelong resident of Washington, D.C., and staple of the Adams Morgan neighborhood, died on March 29, 2022.
Colly Dennis, a Street Sense Media vendor and artist, died in his apartment on Jan. 13. He was 35.
On Dec. 28th, 2021, Street Sense Media vendor Chad Jackson passed away at the age of 46. Jackson, a military veteran who suffered from chronic homelessness, left behind five children.
Beloved Street Sense Media artist and vendor Ayub Abdul died in early February, 2022. He was 70 years old.
Latishia Wynn, a beloved mother, grandmother, daughter and fiancée, died Jan. 16 at the age of 51. She died from a heart attack, according to her mother Diane Jones.
Angie Whitehurst writes a heartfelt memorial in remembrance of David Denny.
The Street Sense Media Community offers their tributes and memorials for David E. Denny, a longtime Artist and Vendor, who died May 1st and left a lasting legacy that will not be forgotten by the many people his life impacted.
Moe Abbey-Bey passed away in April. He was known in D.C. for being a fierce advocate for harm reduction drug policy through his work for HIPS.
Queenie Featherstone pens a tribute to Waldon Adams, a longtime homeless advocate.
William ‘Bill’ Maggi was a force of personality in Dupont Circle for decades. His death is still a mystery, and his daughters mourn his loss.
Family and neighbors gathered on Feb. 20 evening to celebrate the life of Angela Hill, who died under the John Philip Sousa Bridge. She had lived there for at least 10 years.
The Street Sense Media Community offers tributes for Shernell Thomas, a longtime Street Sense Artist and Vendor, who died on February 1st.
Artists and vendors remember Street Sense vendor Dan Hooks.
Angela Pounds-Bennett, a Street Sense vendor and artist died on the morning of New Year’s Day. Her husband Fred Bennett and mother Gwen Pleasant survive her.
Anthony Williams died, on Jan. 26 in an altercation over a sale of K2. He aspired to open a group home for homeless adults and youth. His family and friends memorialized him at The House of Praise on Feb. 13.
Artist/vendor Laticia Brock pays tribute to her late friend and fellow Street Sense vendor Moyo Onibuje.
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Alice Carter tragically passed away on December 18, 2019.
Artist and vendor Laticia Brock uses poetry to memorialize her friend Miss Bobbie.