Arthur Johnson gives examples of how the city as a whole can learn from the World Series winning Washington Nationals.
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Thompson-Bey discusses the possibility of a World Series victory bringing Washington D.C. together.
This Street Sense vendor describes the difference between the word pride and proud.
A piece on how this Street Sense vendor has his faith in God.
A Street Sense vendor tells about his experience with the message that homelessness can affect anyone.
A poem on keeping a hopeful promise.
Street Sense artist and vendor Robert Warren explores the history of his family in D.C. as they face the struggles of homelessness.
Street Sense artist and vendor Ron Dudley a.k.a. “Pookanu” tells the story of how he fell in love.
A Street Sense vendor gives his insight on the roller coaster of a season the Nationals have had.
A Street Sense artist descirbes the changes of the seasons in D.C.
A Street Sense Vendor tells a little of his history in D.C.
Rev. John Littlejohn helps define what help from Heaven may look like during challenging times.
Vendor Barron Hall reflects on the interaction between his spirituality and his experience as a person of color in America.
Artist and Vendor Dwayne Butler writes about the surprise rockfish season in Maryland.
Artist/vendor Jermale McKnight describes the days of the week as a rainbow of guidelines to help you glide through life the best you can.
A poem by a Street Sense Media artist/vendor inspired by “Alleluia” by Leonard Cohen
Artist and vendor Jackie Turner writes about the value of love and community.
Artist/Vendor experiences participating in the Xavier challenge, an event meant to expose university students to the experience of homelessness.