Vendoro Gerald Anderson shared part 19 of his story titled, “Treading the Waters.”
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Vendor Joe Jackson shares his frustrations about judgemental people in a poem.
Vendor Alice Carter shares her reflections on her life in a poem.
Vendor Robert Warren shares a poem reflecting on America.
Vendor Laticia Brock shares her reflection on living in a tent city.
Vendor Ron Dudley shares a poem reflecting on his experience with therapy.
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Vendor Ron Smoot shares his experience going in and out of halfway houses throughout his life.
Vendor Jackie Turner shares her advice for teenagers on their way to adulthood.
Vendors Angie Whitehurst and Sheila White reviewed and photographed a play at a theater in Maryland.
Vendor Barron Hall reflects on the interaction between his spirituality and his experience as a person of color in America.
Vendor Levester Green reflects on his experience of becoming homeless.
Artist and Vendor Dwayne Butler writes about the surprise rockfish season in Maryland.
A poem by artist and vendor Queenie Featherstone about taking shelter from the elements.
Vendor-Artist Baron Hall reflects on the history of the black struggle, and his relationship to it.
Artist/Vendor Ronald Smoot shares his thanks for his customers.
A poem by artist and vendor Ayub Abdul.
A piece by artist and vendor Marcellus Phillips.
A piece by artist and vendor Laticia Brock.