Artist and vendor Sybil Taylor reflects on her experiences with her late father who passed away 6 years ago.
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Artist and vendor Frederic John reflects on his experiences and friendship with the late Jackie Mason.
Artist/Vendor Sasha Williams writes a tribute to a sister lost in tragedy.
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.
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.
Two people died due to complications from COVID-19, two were killed, and two died in the cold.
The Street Sense Media Community offers tributes for Shernell Thomas, a longtime Street Sense Artist and Vendor, who died on February 1st.
A report by an advocacy group studied bias-motivated crimes against people experiencing homelessness and what can be done to reduce these acts of violence.
Artist and vendor Jeff Taylor critiques the case study written by Street Sense Media about the life and death of Alice Carter, who he knew and lived with.
Local D.C. advocacy group People for Fairness Coalition called for a greater investment in ending homelessness during 2020’s Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day.
The People for Fairness Coalition kicked off its eighth overnight vigil and advocacy initiatives surrounding National Homeless Persons Memorial Day. At least 73 people died homeless in the District in 2020, the organizers say.
Jeff Taylor remembers vendor and artist Alice Carter, who died last year.
Rochelle Walker reflects on the violence of Halloweens past.
Artists and vendors remember Street Sense vendor Dan Hooks.
Angie Whitehurst on the loss of Black life.
Artist Patricia Donaldson reflects on the life of her uncle.
Artist and vendor Reginald Denny recounts his experiences with homelessness.
An officer driving to assist a fellow officer the night of July 24 hit a homeless woman who was crossing the street. She died soon after.
Artist/Vendor James Daniel Johnson celebrates the life of late civil rights activist John Lewis.