Two members of Denver-based hip-hop group the Flobots open up to Denver Voice vendor Michael Burkley about their new album, the Black Lives Matter movement, homelessness, and water balloon fights.
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Chon Gotti tells us how important it is to put yourself first.
The story of Franklin park and a man who sells hot dogs there.
A moving poem about how hip-hip affects the political climate.
A poem about the exploitation of the homeless.
A short poem about calming you mind.
Street Sense artists give their definitions of “Poor” and “Homeless”
A short poem looking into how homeless people are perceived.
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Street Sense vendor discusses his faith and the world we live in
Street Sense vendor Marcus Green gives advice to those experiencing homelessness
Street Sense vendor Reginald Denny offers words of wisdom for those experiencing homelessness
Reginald Denny reviews “I of the Storm” after the play came to Street Sense.
On his new album, after years of work, Street Sense vendor Ron Dudley details his experiences with homelessness, loss and faith.
This is the title track of Pookanu’s brand new album, focused on being there for his kids no matter what.
Dudley, aka Pookanu, is a musician on a spiritual mission — a mission to make sense of life, God, and fatherhood. It’s a lot to examine when you consider he’s relentlessly working to not only provide for his family but also find permanent housing.
One of our Vendors speaks about how she could manifest anything she aspired to in life just by thinking of it.
One of our vendors tell why tragedies happen for a reason and that one must be vigilant to not get stuck in a cycle of them.
Having a social life means to have an actual life. We are all social creatures and we need connections.
A continuation from his original poem: Suicide Thought. In this one he tells about a little girl and her life.