Gerald Anderson recounts a visit to his hometown of New Orleans
Marcellus Phillips’ take on the legacy of Marion Barry
When I wake up in the morning to start a new day, I never know what lies in front of me. But I know I must face the battle alone.
Guns have affected my life in many ways. Guns tend to put hate, trauma, fear and unforgiveness in the human conscience.
A poem about cold weather and the danger it poses
A poem about Friday
A poem about the Olympics
There is a new civil war going on in America. Much of the world is losing faith and trust in us. The word of God says the new Babylon will fall. It will be cut off from the world and will fall from within.
Cancer is a very invasive and destructive enemy. Even afterward, attempting to repair and restore the damage caused by the treatment to fight the disease, the body remains broken. It is a very long process. With the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, you will never be 100 percent, because your immune system is weakened. My father was a victim of this aggressive and deadly disease.
Robert Warren reflects on Valentine’s Day and what the month of February means to him.
Street Sense artist and vendor Ronald “Pookanu” Dudley writes a rap about the struggles he has faced in the last year as well as the births of his two daughters.
On the three year anniversary of her father’s passing Sybil Taylor describes her experience with her father in his last days.
Robert Williams celebrates his mother during Black History Month, honoring her dedication to her family, her job, and treating every human equally.
Volunteer Tammy Michele Rice wrote, arranged, and sung this piece in celebration of the late Michael Jackson.
Wendell Williams describes the riots in Philadelphia after the Eagles’ Super Bowl win, and how the lack of policing created a double standard in America.
Phillip Black describes in this piece how perseverance in hard times means falling down and getting back up, just like the Eagles’ Nick Foles did.
Vendor and artist Dwayne Butler celebrates the Eagles first Super Bowl victory in this piece.
Gwynette Smith describes the actions taken by the D.C. government over the past year that aimed to help senior citizens.
Gerald Anderson author of “Still Standing”, will take you.
Latishia share he new apartment with friends.