Artist/vendor Laticia Brock shares a poem criticizing DC public policy toward people experiencing homelessness.
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Artist/vendor Chon Gotti describes a time when he felt treated as inferior, only to find himself rewarded with kindness.
Artist/vendor James Gartrell shares his thoughts on how people experiencing homelessness are perceived.
Reverend Jen Dunfey is remembered as the inspirational and spiritual leader of the National Presbyterian School’s student service project upon her departure.
Artist/vendor Beverly Sutton shares an anecdote about lending a helping hand.
A historic photo freezing in time a prominent piece of history on 15th Street now lost.
Artist/Vendor Ibn Hipps writes the second part of a series about two misunderstood children, encountering the trials and tribulations of growing up.
Artist/vendor Gerald Anderson describes his experience watching friends he had grown up with receive prison sentences.
Artist and vendor Jackie Turner writes about the value of love and community.
Our vendors reflect on Father’s Day 2019.
A piece by artist and vendor Chad Jackson.
A poem by artist and vendor Ron Dudley.
A letter to Mayor Bowser from Andre Brinson on housing in D.C.
A piece by artist and vendor Anthony Carney.
A poem by Ayub Abdul.
A piece by artist and vendor by Joe Jackson.
A poem by artist and vendor Alice Carter.
A poem by artist and vendor Robert Warren.
A piece by artist and vendor Ronald Smoot.
Artist/Vendor experiences participating in the Xavier challenge, an event meant to expose university students to the experience of homelessness.