Shane Sullivan, a community outreach specialists at the health clinic HIPS, calls for a safe consumption space in DC.
Artist and vendor Gerald Anderson continues his series, “Treading the Waters.”
Corey Sanders offers a Mother’s Day poem for his mother.
Darlesha Joyner writes a remembrance for her mother for Mother’s Day.
Vendor Robert Warren expresses the loneliness of being homeless.
Donald Brown gives his thoughts on staying strong during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vendor Ronald Dudley offers a poem about a love for animals.
A selection from vendor Levester Green.
Marcus Green offers a prayer for those suffering during the coronavirus outbreak.
Paul Infante argues for greater help from the D.C. government on shower access during COVID-19.
Pierre Johnson takes the opportunity to thank his mother.
Beverly Sutton reflects on the harm COVID-19 has done to D.C.
Laticia Brock asks why homelessness isn’t a higher priority for the government.
Sheila White describes the experiencing of obtaining housing after seven years of being homeless.
Advocates worry the absence of face-to-face meetings between them and the people they serve, as well as the extra steps involved in registering to vote by mail without a stable address, are going to harm voter turnout.
Candidates for DC Council respond to questions about housing, homelessness, health care, jobs, and maintaining the city’s safety net during the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Angie Whitehurst, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor offers a reflection in response to the coronavirus.
Christine Wong, a Street Sense Media vendor, advocates for a time-banking system to give volunteers more recognition for their time.
The latest Uncle Willie comic by Street Sense Media vendor, Pierre Johnson
Nysir Carter, a Street Sense Media vendor/artist, calls on the president to fill his promise to make America great by protecting the most vulnerable members of our country.