Lenny Harris didn’t have anything to steal, said people who knew him the best. He had already given all he had. The murdered activist for Alexandria, Va.’s poor and homeless was remem- bered Feb. 6 by friends and family.
Content categorized as Youth
Little Friends for Peace is a nonprofit organization that strives to teach peace skills to youth in the greater D.C. area. In a culture that glorifies violence, LFFP equips students with the skills to combat violence and encourage peaceful conflict resolution.
Franklin Sterling, 58, is proud of many things. He is proud to be vendor #214 for Street Sense. He is proud of his back- ground as a ’70s protest kid in D.C., opinionated and steadfast. And, above all, he is proud to call himself a modern poet with a love for the classics.
There are 1,880 children experiencing homelessness in the District. The Homeless Children’s Playtime Project visits 6 different transitional housing and emergency shelter programs to provide… Read more »
Vennie Hill talks about her son and how he changed her life.
The Interfaith Conference (IFC) aims to promote dialogue, understanding and a sense of community among persons of diverse faiths and to work cooperatively for social and economic justice in metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Established in 1994, Young Women’s
Project was started by young
women as an organization that
works for under-resourced women
and girls, and teens of color.
Sixty-two Washington, D.C.-area high school seniors have been selected by the Posse Foundation to receive full-tuition scholarships to attend top colleges and universities beginning in… Read more »