Jeffery McNeil, a Street Sense Media vendor, discusses the actions politicians have taken in response to the coronavirus pandemic and their repercussions for America’s future.
Jeff Taylor, a Street Sense Media vendor, offers his impressions on the upcoming presidential election.
Angie Whitehurst, a Street Sense Media artist/vendor, illuminates the potential consequences of COVID-19 on D.C.’s criminal justice system.
Israel Bayer, the director of INSP North America, argues now is the time for widespread action in the housing justice movement.
Wendell Williams, a Street Sense vendor, outlines the complicated reality of stimulus checks for the working poor.
William Merrifield, Esq. advocates for prioritizing placing people experiencing homelessness in affordable housing, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. He highlights social housing as an overlooked solution.
Jeff Taylor, a vendor with Street Sense, condemns President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Angie Whitehurst explains the importance of the U.S. Census for allocating resources to the communities who need it.
D.C. resident Anthony White speaks from personal experience to advocate for mental health care reform in his response to Street Sense Media CEO Brian Carome’s piece “What we can learn from Alice Carter’s death.”
Maria Foscarinis, the founder and executive director of the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, explains why temporary housing is the safest approach for people experiencing homelessness amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Artist and vendor Wendell Williams explains the importance of keeping recovery meetings open amid COVID-19.
Street Sense Media’s CEO calls community members to support their vulnerable neighbors during COVID-19 precautions. For his organization, customers can pay vendors through its mobile app.
Advocates with Miriam’s Kitchen and The Way Home campaign ask what a state of emergency looks like for people already in crisis.
Vendor/artist Jeffery McNeil writes about why he supports President Donald Trump.
An opinion piece by Jeff Taylor, Street Sense artist and vendor.
A reflection by Street Sense vendor and artist Marcellus Phillips.
Human Rights Campaign staffer Tori Cooper writes about late artist and vendor Alice Cooper and what we can do for LGBTQ+ individuals experiencing homelessness.
Artist and vendor Jeffery McNeil argues against socialism.
Artist and vendor Jeff Taylor responds to Jeffery McNeil’s Jan. 24 column about the unity of the Democratic Party.
Vendor and artist Dan Hooks examines D.C.’s marijuana policy.