Deedra Hanley was a happy woman who felt lucky to find a man like David Hanley to marry. They had met in Key West, Fla…. Read more »
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D.C. Housing Authority gave Maryland-based nonprofit A Wider Circle two vacant dwellings in the Barry Farm public housing complex to open a service center for the community.
The Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers held its annual meeting and housing expo on June 23, focusing on improving the conditions and availability of affordable housing in the District.
On May 20th, KaBOOM!-a national non-profit organization dedicated to bringing balanced and active play into the lives of all children, especially those growing up in… Read more »
Buffalo Soldiers is a nickname given to units of the United States Army formed on September 21, 1866, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Through an act… Read more »
DEMONIC SPIRITS HAVE INFILTRATED MOST CHURCHES,TRYING TO IMITATE GOD’S VOICE THE CONGREGATIONS ARE BEING MISLED, SOME IGNORANTLY, SOME BY CHOICE THE SCENARIO OF CHOICE IS… Read more »
Really there are only two things that are yours: your time and your vision. You can spend your time or you can waste your time…. Read more »
A gentleman will open doors, pull out chairs, and carry things. Not because she’s helpless or unable, but because he wants to show her that… Read more »
When I feel I am having a panic attack, I have to know I am safe right now. I have to remember that the feelings… Read more »
I met him in the 90s in a pink rooming house. I had just lost Ruth, my mother’s middle sister. When I met him, it… Read more »
Billy didn’t want it this way, but Ferret Apache and Jed Harris wound up being laid side by side in identical body bags in a… Read more »
The burglar broke into the house and heard this voice and it said, “Jesus is watching, Jesus is watching!” So the burglar looked up at… Read more »
“Love” is a word most people take for granted. But if you truly love someone, you show it through your actions, not your words. Action… Read more »
Now is the time across the board to work together and toil toward assuring Housing First as part of Safety, Health, Food and Stability For… Read more »
Talking with Gene Simmons of Kiss (or someone who looks a lot like him), and Danielle the bartender at Margaretville, about the so-called “Fight of… Read more »
Brown v. Board of Education, the 61st anniversary of which was May 17, was a landmark decision that really laid the foundation for all the… Read more »
We keep hearing from civil rights leader how white people are holding us back but if we pause a moment one will come to the… Read more »
A Street Sense Filmmakers Co-op production, directed by Levester Green, touching on poetry, police harassment, education and more.
A breakout session at the National Conference of Ending Poverty focused on ending homelessness in the Washington metropolitan area and featured speakers from service providers… Read more »