David Acosta from the Association of American Medical Colleges and Scott Schenkelberg from Miriam’s Kitchen present the case for investing in housing as a way to beat back the spread of COVID-19.
Content categorized as COVID-19
Jeffery McNeil argues for a greater emphasis on reopening the American economy.
A poem from James Davis on the personal effects of COVID-19.
Vendor Jacquelyn Portee reflects on the challenges the coronavirus pandemic has brought about.
Aida Peery offers words of support to the Street Sense Media community.
A virtual roundtable invited DC housing experts and public housing residents to consider how COVID-19 will affect redevelopment plans going forward.
Constraints due to the coronavirus pandemic are showing many Americans what it’s like to be homeless every day.
Marcellus Philips reflects on the changes COVID-19 has brought about.
Angie Whitehurst questions the push for reopening businesses.
Queenie Featherstone tells a joke for the COVID-19 age.
Parisa Norouzi, executive director of Empower DC, takes a closer look at the ReOpenDC Advisory Group.
Natasha Riddle Romero, a former tipped worker living in Washington, D.C., argues for the need for government aid for undocumented workers.
Donald Brown gives his thoughts on staying strong during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marcus Green offers a prayer for those suffering during the coronavirus outbreak.
Paul Infante argues for greater help from the D.C. government on shower access during COVID-19.
Beverly Sutton reflects on the harm COVID-19 has done to D.C.
Laticia Brock asks why homelessness isn’t a higher priority for the government.
Angie Whitehurst, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor offers a reflection in response to the coronavirus.
Nysir Carter, a Street Sense Media vendor/artist, calls on the president to fill his promise to make America great by protecting the most vulnerable members of our country.
Joshua Faison, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor, offers his reflections about coronavirus.