Joshua Faison, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor, offers his reflections about coronavirus.
Queenie Featherstone, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor, offers a few jokes.
Reverend John Littlejohn, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor, offers a lesson from the Bible.
Jeffery McNeil, a Street Sense Media vendor, discusses the actions politicians have taken in response to the coronavirus pandemic and their repercussions for America’s future.
Jeff Taylor, a Street Sense Media vendor, offers his impressions on the upcoming presidential election.
Angie Whitehurst, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor, illuminates the potential consequences of COVID-19 on D.C.’s criminal justice system.
Israel Bayer, the director of INSP North America, argues now is the time for widespread action in the housing justice movement.
Homeboy, a resident of D.C. experiencing homelessness, lost nearly all of his possessions in an encampment clean-up.
Since the CARES Act was passed, many Americans who filed tax returns have already received their economic stimulus payment. Catholic Charities DC is reaching out to those who may not have filed and think they’re ineligible.
The first two episodes of “Beats” a web series by Street Sense Media and The Homeless Filmmakers’ Co-op.
Hands Up Outreach Ministry, a faith-based community organization handed out blankets, water, socks, and other supplies to residents of the NoMa homeless encampment during Black History Month.
The state-of-the-art men’s shelter is set to replace a 380-bed facility in Southeast DC by September 2021. But construction atop a former landfill and a Metrorail tunnel have raised environmental and structural concerns.
Vendor and artist Billy Meyer writes about the cancellation of sports and how the homeless are being ignored.
Artist and vendor Jeff Taylor writes about his epiphany before Easter.
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Several people living at an encampment in the NoMa neighborhood lost everything in an April 8 fire. They’ve been working to pick up the pieces with community support.
Artist and vendor Gerald Anderson continues his series, “Treading the Waters.”
Due to guidelines about group gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, many Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous groups have chosen to move meetings online or cancel them altogether.
Wendell Williams, Street Sense artist and vendor, writes about how he misses the farmers market, which has closed during the pandemic.