Artist/Vendor Frederic John dedicates a poem to his beloved Washington Nationals.
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Artist/Vendor Sybil Taylor takes a moment to appreciate nature in the District.
Artist/Vendor Don Gardner writes about the meaning of prayer.
Artist/Vendor Levester Green shares his roots in media.
Artist/Vendor Ronald Smoot writes about his best friend.
Artist/Vendor Carlton Johnson writes about the hot, sunny DC summer days.
Artist/Vendor Reggie Black writes on the meaning of love.
Artist/Vendor James Davis writes a poem on facemasks.
Artist/Vendor Anthony Carney writes a poem celebrating the arrival of summer in Washington, DC.
Artist/Vendor Abel Putu writes on his gratitude for life starting to return to normal.
Artist/Vendor Kym Parker writes a poem on spirituality.
Artist/Vendor Abel Putu provides some personal updates to readers and some special messages of thanks.
Artist/Vendor Sheila White writes about her experiences working on the film, as well as opens up on her personal experience with homelessness in this photo essay.
Carlton Johnson is a homeless man who sells the Street Sense newspaper in Washington, D.C. He’s also a poet. Although Johnson began writing poetry… Read more »
Sheila White has been able to turn her life around thanks to the classes and connections she found working as a Street Sense vendor in… Read more »
Artist and vendor Rochelle Walker remembers her mother and shares special words for all mothers on Mother’s Day.
A poem about missing someone and hoping for a miracle.
Patty Smith shares some work from her sketchbook in which she does self portraits of her interactions in the SSM community.
Artist and vendor Wendell Williams continues travels continue and he recounts his experiences visiting New Orleans for readers.
Yesterday I wanted to change the world. Today I wouldn’t mind seeing it destroyed