Artist and vendor Reginald Denny recounts his experiences with homelessness.
Content categorized as Death
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.
Police are searching for the body of 34 year-old DC resident Olga Ooro after her boyfriend was arrested and charged with her murder.
Artist and vendor Robert Warren comments on how President Trump has handled the public health crisis.
A poem by artist and vendor Ronald Dudley.
Darlesha Joyner emphasizes the importance of having a mother figure by sharing her personal experiences.
A poem from Angie Whitehurst reflecting on the murder of George Floyd.
Street Sense Media CEO expresses solidarity with the Black Lives Movement and explains how structural racism and discrimination causes Black Americans to experience higher rates of homelessness .
The man suspected of killing Darrel Finney by setting him on fire has been arrested by MPD and is facing charges of murder and arson.
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.
Vendor/artist Wendell Williams reflects on the one-year death anniversary of Valerie Jordan.
Artist/vendor Laticia Brock pays tribute to her late friend and fellow Street Sense vendor Moyo Onibuje.
Artist/vendor Marcus Green offers his thoughts on the tragic and untimely death of the late Kobe Bryant.
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Alice Carter tragically passed away on December 18, 2019.
Artist and vendor Frederic John remembers his friend Alice Carter.
Vendor/artist Laticia Brock pays a tribute to her late friend, Angela Pounds.
Members of the International Network of Street Papers illuminate the number of deaths of people experiencing homelessness in major U.S. cities and the reasons why these vulnerable Americans are dying on the streets.
About 50 people gathered at New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in honor of Homeless Person’s Memorial Day. An service was held by local religious leaders.
Artist and vendor Laticia Brock uses poetry to memorialize her friend Miss Bobbie.