Venor Robert Warren shares his opinion on Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton’s local policies.
Content categorized as Opinion
Vendor-Artist Jeffery McNeil predicts that controversy over Trump’s tweets will lead to his re-election.
Artist/Vendor James Gartrell urges people to put a stop to harmful stereotypes about homelessness.
Artist and vendor Eric Thompson-Bey questions the DC Metro Police’s practice of targeting “fare evaders”
Artist/vendor Aida Peery challenges Trump’s assertion that he ended homelessness in DC.
Artist/vendor Reginald Black responds to President Trump’s assertion that he ended homelessness by describing the situation from the community’s perspective.
Street Sense Media Executive Director Brian Carome responds to comments by President Donald Trump that he “ended” the problem of homelessness in DC.
Artist/vendor Jeffery McNeil is optimistic about Trump’s new healthcare regulations, and hopes for more freedom of choice in selecting the right plan.
D.C. residents protested at Mayor Bowser’s housing expo over rising rents, increasing homelessness, and public housing conditions.
Artist and vendor Reginald Black explains the need for healthy meals in D.C. homeless shelters.
Artist and vendor Colly Dennis argues for keeping the DC Circulator bus service free, and criticizes the DC Council’s reasons for ending it.
Jeffrey McNeil, a Street Sense Media artist and vendor, shares his view of the President.
A 2018 map of DC illustrates the major inequities of available affordable housing in high-income areas of DC and concentration in a few lower-income areas.
The authors of a new Brookings Institute report break down their findings about where housing has been constructed in the D.C. metro area and how that affects affordability.
I love the month of May because it has Mother. I always spend time with my mother on that day. I love my grandfather, my… Read more »
Vendor Jeffery McNeil shares his reflections on how his opinions regarding abortion while pro-life conflict with the current political climate.
Patrick Geiger argues D.C.’s PIT count results reveal worrisome trends for homeless singles.
Artist and vendor James Gartrell recounts experiences with hiring discrimination and urges for equality.
Street Sense Media Executive Director Brian Carome alleges the DC behavioral health system, including its mental health court, has failed under the purview of Mayor Muriel Bowser.
By Ronald Smoot I saw the news about the new Downtown Day Services Center (at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1313 New York Ave…. Read more »