Looking for faces as the winds whistle, calling us into dark places and the rains that make you wonder if they have taken cover, relief… Read more »
Content categorized as Art
Artist and vendor Patty Smith shares what love means to her in a poem.
The tramp tromps on freedom, joy and grace And he does it with a wicked twist of his face There is no fate in his gate … Read more »
Vendor/Artist Levester Green describes his perspective on the evolution of Street Sense Media.
Vendor/Artist Jennifer McLaughlin calls for unity among African-American activists.
Artist and vendor Evelyn Nnam gives her thoughts on Valentine’s Day.
A thought-provoking poem by artist and vendor Kedist Girma.
Laticia Brock’s poem about her views on homelessness.
Jet experiences illness and difficulty finding shelter, and is helped by a new friend with a connection to singer Sarah McLachlan.
In the 14th installment of his ongoing life story, Gerald hears news of his friends being incarcerated in New Orleans.
Street Sense vendor Wendell Williams shares a touching story of his friend, Valerie.
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I found mesel’ all oon, by syd the line. You made yt mine
Street Sense vendor Chon Gotti tells us about his first even mentoring and facilitating an outreach group for the National Coalition for the Homeless.
Street Sense vendor Michael Craig uses a boxing metaphor to teach us the importance of never giving up.
Street Sense vendor Pat Donaldson shares her hopes for the New Year.
No matter what your sign, Street Sense vendor Angela Meeks as valuable advice for you.
Street Sense vendor Rashawn Bowser shares a poem about sadness.
Street Sense vendor Reggie Jones shares a poem showing his appreciation for his job with Street Sense.