A poem about the coldest part of the year being a time for the warmest of hearts.
A poem about technology.
A list of the homeless dead is by nature incomplete, steadily unfolding. The lives of the homeless are often cut two or three decades short… Read more »
An essay on life.
In Indianapolis, police and social service agencies have begun working to get the city’s downtown homeless population off the streets in preparation for the Super… Read more »
A prose poem for the new year.
A vendor mourns.
A poem on Rome and death.
The next part of Sade’s tale (pun intended)
An interview with Evelyn Nnam.
Since opening as an informal tutoring program in 1985, the Academy of Hope has developed into a model for adult literacy programs in the greater… Read more »
The keys to a new apartment, given to Octavio Estevez and his family the day before Christmas, may also be the keys to the New… Read more »
Martin Luther King’s walks for justice were always peaceful. They were nonviolent, too. He was fighting for all people to be equal and to have… Read more »
Since Dec. 21, three Orange County, Calif., homeless men have been stabbed to death. Local authorities are trying to find out if someone is targeting… Read more »
A story of a vendor’s experience.
Homelessness is changing.
Vendor Ibn Hipps writes about the struggle of his childhood and the power of love.
In 1960, some people were having
fun swimming and riding boats in the lagoon. A large green reptile came from the deep water to see what all the noise was about.
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 »
Volunteers from Homeless Children’s Playtime Project are celebrating Christmas with homeless kids at D.C. General Hospital, which is currently expanding services in order to help more homeless families.