Derian Hickman offers a take on how to take a break from the negativity.
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Patty Smith’s poem explores change.
James Davis’s poem addresses a current lawsuit against the city concerning the removal of private property from streets.
A poem about gun violence in the U.S
Gotti Chon’s take on standing on faith
Uniyah Campbell, a D.C. SCORES poet/athlete, shares a poem explaining what bravery means to her.
Gwynette Smith writes about the prejudices she faces from people who assume she is homeless.
A photo collection from the March for our Lives.
Henrieese Roberts writes about his experience meeting the people behind The Bridge, a street paper in Memphis.
Lorrie Hayes thanks her customers for their birthday wishes.
Robert Warren writes about his love for winter, despite its difficulties.
Franklin Sterling describes a winter scene of fallen snow.
Tammy Michele Rice, a volunteer, writes about the beginning of spring and what Easter means to her.
Michael Craig’s telling of what springtime means to a group of monkeys
We’ve made it to the third month of the new year, which, to me, is a blessing. Being homeless or about to become homeless can… Read more »
On Feb. 18, the great evangelist Billy Graham died at the age of 99 years old. He lived a good life! I can remember my… Read more »
A poem from Street Sense artist and vendor Charleton Battle about the struggles he faces is in his daily life, and more importantly the work he puts in to help himself succeed.
Chris Shaw shares a tribute to local music legend Billy Hancock, who died Jan. 22.
A poem by Street Sense artist and vendor Brianna Butler about her struggles and her hopes in her daily effort to make a living for herself and remain positive.
“The ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ has provided me with countless hours of inspiration and entertainment over the last four-plus decades,” writes Street Sense writer and vendor Conrad Cheek Jr. of one of his most beloved albums.