Flegette Rippy talks about identity in this new poem.
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Wendell Williams writes about random acts of kindness.
A poem by Laticia Brock about blind love.
Alice Carter talks about eviction in this new poem.
Now I’m wondering when night comes up to our faces, for where we will be a people who believe? If a star falls, I will see if I can… Read more »
It has been a joy being your mom. I am so excited to see you grow. Life is different for us now that mommy has… Read more »
My name is Latishia Graham, a Black American woman. I have lived in D.C. all my life. I am the mother of three: Tiffany, Darrell Jr. and Joy. They are grown… Read more »
I didn’t know that bad credit can keep you from getting a job, but I did know that bad credit can stop you from having… Read more »
When we were last with young Gerald, he was at the jail for the first time waiting for his mother to sign him out and… Read more »
I see people driving crazy in the bike lane. I seen a truck hit a lady in the bike lane. I seen a car hit a man in the… Read more »
By Mashir Caldwell, age 11
D.C. SCORES poet-athlete
A poem for Anthony Bourdain.
Angie Whitehurst, artist/vendor, writes about the Poor Peoples Campaign, and about how their June 23rd mass rally took over the mall.
Through this partnership, Street Sense Media aims to bring you a poetic perspective of our city from the future generation by which it’s being shaped.
A poem by Artist/vendor Patty Smith about walking alone.
Artist/vendor Marcellus Phillips writes about growing up.
Chon Gotti writes about what he perceives to be the responsibilities of a real man.
Were the sun to glare ond as wyld hard, dare to fling, will wee han to share ur tripp? Xal wr snare son swing? Truth… Read more »
An excerpt of Duane Foster’s manuscript “The Black Fields Chronicles: THE HOBO.”
Michael Daniels, Street Sense Media artist/vendor, writes about the importance of voting.