The Big Issue Japan asked some of its vendors to share their thoughts on the approaching Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and also their own personal sporting memories and achievements.
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Artist/Vendor Frederic John dedicates a poem to his beloved Washington Nationals.
I appreciate that since I’ve been with Street Sense Media, it’s helped me to meet a lot of good people, including lawyers, NBA players, and talented stylists
Anthony Carney writes about the importance of respecting one another.
Marcus Green gives his take on the Washington football team’s name change.
Artist/Vendor Wendell Williams, a native Washingtonian, calls for an act of kindness from readers and shares his take on changing the name of the Washington football team.
Vendor/artist Frederic John shares a few thoughts on baseball.
Artist/vendor Marcus Green offers his thoughts on the tragic and untimely death of the late Kobe Bryant.
Arthur Johnson gives examples of how the city as a whole can learn from the World Series winning Washington Nationals.
I love that away blue the Nats wear; it seems to keep them true. That home red used to be alright before these MAGA hats… Read more »
Now let me tell you about the W Even my city starts with a W Where we don’t take Ls Only Ws They say we… Read more »
Thompson-Bey discusses the possibility of a World Series victory bringing Washington D.C. together.
A Street Sense vendor gives his insight on the roller coaster of a season the Nationals have had.
We should be hopeful about everything, including our favorite football team.
The Mystics have made it to the WNBA finals for the very first time in franchise history! Congratulations, Washington!
Frederic John, “The Cowboy Hockey Poet,” shares is support for the Washington Capitals ahead of game five for the 2018 Stanley Cup final.
A poem by James Davis supporting the Washington Capitals as they approach game five.
A poem by Artist/Vendor Frederic John about the horse race Derby
A poem about baseball
Wendell Williams describes the riots in Philadelphia after the Eagles’ Super Bowl win, and how the lack of policing created a double standard in America.