Street Sense case managers analyzes how society fails to prioritize issues facing people experiencing homelessness.
Author Jeffery McNeil reflects on his changes in his life and the divide in the United States
The elites’ rigid obsession with diversity and multiculturalism, rather than competency, turns some things into a bureaucratic nightmare.
Public housing programs fall far too short when it comes not just to housing the homeless in the first place, but at retaining housing once gotten
In the midst of COVID-19, DC must work to improve their accessibility to essential mental health services for the homeless community
We have a monstrous evil in bigotry, perpetuated by the Republican Party. And while we may never fully defeat it, we can sure as hell drive the bastard back into a closet. But it’s going to take work, commitment, and vigilance.
Fletcher opines a piece on the effects COVID-19 has on at-risk students entering the job force, and the importance of career counselors in their trajectory.
The atmosphere regarding bipartisan cooperation—especially regarding human needs issues such as homelessness and housing—has changed significantly, particularly in the House, where districts are often packed with one party’s voters or the other.
I can’t force my client to do anything; all I can do is support him as he sets himself up to meet his goals.
The insurrection at the US Capitol on Jan. 6 revealed white fear that has been prevalent in society for centuries, it is time to find humanity in America
With the newly democratically controlled Senate, Democrats and the mainstream media must push back against the GOP and work to implement policies that benefit all Americans
But what does one do when those systems fail? An ongoing problem I’m working through with a client has forced me to confront this question head- on and interrogate whether these programs serve our clients in the first place.
Many people are asking that question. It raises concerns both about the safety of American citizens and restoration of the rule of law.
DC residents who have experienced homelessness share their views of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
We are, as a nation, increasingly divided. I do not think it is overstating our current state of affairs to say that our democracy is at stake
Artist and vendor Jeff Taylor critiques the case study written by Street Sense Media about the life and death of Alice Carter, who he knew and lived with.
Artist and vendor Jeffrey McNeil offers his take on the 2020 election.
Artist and vendor Angie Whitehurst discusses why, despite the American medical establishment’s history of racism, the COVID-19 vaccine should still be trusted.
Case manager Charlie Mussoff on his experience witnessing the policing of those experiencing homelessness.
Worries about eviction during the pandemic disproportionately affect Black and Hispanic renters, widening the racial wealth gap.