Street Sense artist and vendor Robert Warren explores the history of his family in D.C. as they face the struggles of homelessness.
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Street Sense artist and vendor Ron Dudley a.k.a. “Pookanu” tells the story of how he fell in love.
A Street Sense vendor gives his insight on the roller coaster of a season the Nationals have had.
Street Sense vendor Wendell Williams gives us a look at the random act of kindness that brought him to his night at the D.C. Society of Professional Journalists 2019 awards.
A Street Sense artist descirbes the changes of the seasons in D.C.
Working in the heat can be very dangerous. I wear a hat and drink plenty of water. My mission is to find a shady spot… Read more »
Why do they stink? It’s the worst smell like my soaking wet mink. No home to wash their a**. I’m sick of them stinking. Everyone… Read more »
Rev. John Littlejohn helps define what help from Heaven may look like during challenging times.
Street Sense Media vendor connects the dots between poverty and segregation in the era of The Great Depression with his struggles today.
Hey, I remember most of my peers growing up on 22nd street Parkland Projects when ALL parents were THEIR parents. When they went outside to… Read more »
Money and more money Become the “you are your brother’s keeper” brother I am my brother’s keeper. It’s easy to solve the homelessness situation … Read more »
A Street Sense Vendor experiencing homelessness expresses his love for his customers and daughter while showing anyone can help someone else.
Street Sense contributor Queenie Featherstone writes about the difference between being ‘homeless’ and ‘home less.’
In this poem, Robert Reed imagines what life would be like if he was not homeless.
Vendoro Gerald Anderson shared part 19 of his story titled, “Treading the Waters.”
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.