Artist and vendor Marcus Green reflects on his experience getting back on his feet after leaving the Street Sense Media staff.
Artist and vendor Carlton Johnson shares a poem about nighttime.
Artist and vendor Reggie Jones discusses his feelings about how relationships with parents change as the child enters adulthood.
Artist and vendor Levester Green shares a poem about peace, religion, and his inner reflections.
Artist and vendor Kym Parker reflects on the color pink and what it represents.
Artist and vendor Rita Sauls writes a poem commenting on the disappearance of the black boxes commonly used to regulate rats.
Street paper vendor Reginald Scott reflects on life, age, and the significance of 3.
Artist and vendor Ayub Abdul shares a poem reflecting on the idea of inner peace.
Artist and vendor Faith Peace shares a poem about God and hope.
Artist and vendor Sasha Williams reflects on her past trauma in a poem.
In this latest edition of Random Acts of Kindness, Artist/Vendor Wendell Williams shares about his trip to visit Niagara Falls in Buffalo, New York.
Artist/Vendor Frederic John dedicates a poem to his beloved Washington Nationals.
Artist/Vendor Anthony Carneys shares about the greatest joy in his life.
Artist/Vendor Patty Smith reflects on Juneteenth and her family’s celebrations.
Artist/Vendor Brianna Butler writes about summer fun on a beach.
Artist/Vendor Jeffery Carter shares about turning away from conflict.
Artist/Vendor Jewel Lewis shares about her faith.
Artist/Vendor Carlos Carolina writes a poem on love.
Artist/Vendor Rochelle Walker writes a poem in tribute to a very meaningful friend.
Artist/Vendor Gerald Anderson shares an update on his recovery and return.