When we were last with young Gerald, he was in the Garden District of New Orleans. For the very first time in his life he had gotten behind the wheel of a car, but it was a sports car he had stolen with his best friend…
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My story of surviving economically during my now roughly a year of being homeless is not over.
Here are a few brief lines on the nature of existence.
Love reverently, and be what we want.
How I lost my passport, birth certificate, university credentials, and my British-American teaching certificates still causes me extreme emotional distress. Thankfully, I did not lose my mind.
A mother’s hope for her child’s future.
The artist/vendor writes about the importance of keeping others in mind during the holiday season.
This artist/vendor reminds or teaches us that shelter is needed and comes in more than a physical form.
The artist/vendor reminds us that to make things right, it starts with the small things.
This artist/vendor offers a reminder about the error in judging others.
Alice Carter shares a poem about her struggle with life on the streets in D.C.
This artist/vendor recounts the impact an artist like Aretha Franklin had on young listeners.
The artist/vendor presents part 7 of “The Black Fields Chronicles: THE HOBO.”
This artist/vendor writes about something to look forward to.
The artist/vendor writes about the need to always dream.
Havoc or uplift? This artist/vendor says the choice is ours.
The artist/vendor writes about some very special help.
We catch up with Wendell’s story when he learn’s about his gravely-ill mother.
The saga of two young men growing up in New Orleans continues. See what happens next.
In this piece from an artist/vendor, a father’s love shines through.