Small oures, small morsels, “Dovwer the poisoun, my love, ‘Waelde teu hes gyfts vor teres’, a seied.” sotto voce mezza voiz Haf an… Read more »
Content categorized as Art
Moyo Onibuje writes about meeting the musician Fela Kuti as a child, and Kuti’s legacy of activism in Nigeria.
Oh, Valentine’s Day The day filled with lacy cards, Heart-shaped candy And big bouquets of flowers. Oh, Valentine’s Day As only we can celebrate it, Filled… Read more »
A fable by Michael Craig and illustrated by Barbara Pollard.
In this piece artist and vendor Marcus Green outlines his goals for 2018.
Ron Rudley dedicates this poem to children of the night.
This poem by vendor Frederic John was inspired by the death of thousands of saiga antelope after a bacteria became fatal.
Vendor Reginald Denny thanks Street Sense for the opportunities it has given him and the successes that have been brought to him by being a vendor.
Advocacy group ONE D.C. organized an art show to discuss local housing issues in D.C.
Robert Williams calls for increased care towards homeless senior citizens, sharing an experience he had with a homeless friend recently.
Henrieese Roberts writes about his experience protesting outside of a Republican Party meeting at a resort in West Virginia, calling for increased disability rights with the Disability Integration Act
Conrad Cheek describes describes his relationship to Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon.”
Scott Lovell talks about the health problems he has had in 2017
An interesting poem written by vendor Franklin Sterling
A poem written by vendor Frederic John
Vendor Angie Whitehurst interviews Street Sense volunteer Miriam Urquhart about her experience with the organization.
How did you hear about Street Sense Media? I am a native of Silver Spring, Maryland, and I heard about it when I was in… Read more »
Marcellus Phillips describes his goals for 2018 and the challenges and triumphs that 2017 brought ot him.
Vendor Wendell Williams describes the random acts of kindness as well as the poverty he observed on his latest trip to Jamaica
Chon Gottie profiles one of Street Sense’s loyal customers.