Artist and vendor Jackie Turner writes about the value of love and community.
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Artist/Vendor experiences participating in the Xavier challenge, an event meant to expose university students to the experience of homelessness.
Vendor Reginald Black shares his appreciation for Washington, D.C.
We should be hopeful about everything, including our favorite football team.
Vendor Sybil Taylor shares what Easter special for her.
A trio of vendors share their well wishes for the upcoming holiday.
Artist and vendor Marcus Green discusses his faith in the future.
Street Sense Media’s artists and vendors take a look at what it means now that spring is here again.
Street Sense Artist and Vendor Anthony Carney reflects on the importance of music and one particular band that made his day.
The Congressional Chorus pleased audiences during two performances of their show “Jazz Hot!” at the Church of the Epiphany
The movie star said he wanted to give the film exposure to the audience he was trying to honor.
In a short writing piece, Vendor Reggie Jones reflects on “getting his life together”
The vendors took in portraits created with unique items to represent the people.
Jones knows the importance of cleanliness.
Street Sense vendor Reggie Jones shares a short poem about his faith.
Rev. John Littlejohn shares his perspective on the fear, drawing inspiration from the Bible.
Courtney Dowe, an artist and vendor for Street Sense, reflects on her journey and the importance of communities
In Compersia, a small DC cooperative, members share a home, a bank account, and a way of life.
I’ve had the pleasure and honor to be a cardmaker with Second Story Cards for the past year. Second Story Cards is a D.C.-based social enterprise that… Read more »
With art supplies donated by Scrap BMORE, members of Street Sense’s experimental art workshop created Our Common Threads, an installation project designed to call attention to ending homelessness in Washington, D.C. The project was displayed in front of the Church of the Epiphany on 1317 G St. NW.