Street Sense Media vendor Robert Warren talks about the recent mass shootings.
Daniel Ball reflects on the highs and lows at Street Sense Media.
Street Sense Media artist and vendor Ibn Hipps compares his work life to those of others.
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Gerald Anderson presents Part 20 of his story, Treading Waters.
Alice Carter, Street Sense Media artist and vendor, writes about perception versus reality in her life.
Ron Dudley, an artist/vendor for Street Sense Media, talks about his experience with food stamps.
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Levester Green writes about how he spends his time waiting for his housing voucher.
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.
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Laticia Brock writes to her late father.
Chon Gotti writes about growing up in D.C., reflecting on the joys of his childhood.
Street Sense Media vendors Angie Whitehurst and Anthony Carney talk about the importance of giving money to people experiencing homelessness.
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.
I’ve been homeless since 1999. I’ve been in and out of shelters. I have a learning disability. I suffer from paranoia and other mental health… Read more »