Vendor Ibn Hipps reflects on the opportunities Street Sense has given him.
We should be hopeful about everything, including our favorite football team.
Vendor James Gartell wishes we would all be doing more to help each other.
A volunteer shares his poem questioning if people care about issues important to the homeless.
Vendor Rashawn Bowser shares a poem about pursuing the light.
The always captivating adventures of Black Fields continue.
Vendor Sybil Taylor shares what Easter special for her.
Photos and coverage from the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade on April 13th, 2019.
ICH meets to discuss the progress made by Homeward D.C. and the shortcomings to be addressed in Homeward D.C. 2.0.
A trio of vendors share their well wishes for the upcoming holiday.
Vendor Joe Jackson argues that there needs to be a more productive relationship between housing and healthcare.
Vendor Ronald Smoot highlights his issues with living in a shelter
Vendor Brianna Butler highlights how public restrooms can benefit people in D.C.
Monica Diaz was able to find housing thanks to a Washington Post but wishes everyone would be able to find a home regardless of an article written about them.
Vendor Ron Dudley shares a poem about a special tree.
The notification service is run entirely by volunteers.
DowntownDC BID and community representatives met to discuss the impacts of Franklin Park’s closure, and how to meet the needs of the general public as well as the homeless.
The landlord declined to comment on the matter.
“I try to follow the rules, but you still want to f*** with me.”
The new workforce housing fund would receive $20 million this year to aid families making between $70,000 and $140,000 a year. The Housing Production Trust Fund was increased by $30 million to bring it to $130 million, and the Housing Preservation Fund is increased by 50 percent to $15 million. The proposed budget is undergoing review by the various committees of the Council.