I support the decriminalization of sex work. But I do not support decriminalization for buyers only. And that’s exactly what the Community Safety and Health… Read more »
“One of the most important decisions on the DC Council’s plate this fall is to pass the Direct Support Professional Payment Rate Act of 2019, initiated by Councilmember Brianne Nadeau.”
Multiple Street Sense vendors give their opinions on bench removal in the downtown area.
A writer is similar to a doctor. A good doctor gives you an opinion based on the evidence. You may not like the fact that… Read more »
It’s been clear for at least the last decade or so that the GOP views as legitimate only those election outcomes that favor their team…. Read more »
I have said it a thousand times: It can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime. We see it every day: the homeless on the street, the… Read more »
I’m a life-long D.C. resident who remembers when we marched down Pennsylvania Avenue to the monument grounds in the freezing rain, saying to the world… Read more »
Thompson-Bey discusses the possibility of a World Series victory bringing Washington D.C. together.
Street Sense vendor Jeffery McNeil describes how the democrats of today will only help Trump’s re-election campaign.
A Street Sense vendor gives her input on the impact of the Circualtor not being free anymore.
Photographer and Street Sense Media artist-in-residence Joseph Young reflects on the gentrification of his neighborhood in this photo essay.
Street Sense Media vendor and columnist Jeffrey McNeil admits that even though he’s not a fan of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, he has found common ground with her.
Street Sense vendor Jeff Taylor discusses “The evil triumvirate: Donald Trump, Moscow Mitch McConnell, and William Barr. How we got into this mess and how Republicans are covering for Trump and their own complicity.”
A Street Sense vendor stakes her claim to why the Circulator buses should stay free.
A Street Sense Vendor and former resident of Hope Village describes some of his experiences in the halfway house and why Hope Village should not be in operation anymore.
Street Sense Media vendor Ronald Smoot talks about his experience with housing vouchers.
Street Sense Media vendor Henry Johnson points out something that’s gone missing in DC: benches.
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Jeffery McNeil criticizes the call for the electoral college to be abolished.
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Jeff Taylor tells his audience why they should care about the upcoming election.
The NoMa Business Improvement District said in an “open letter” on its website that “conditions are worsening at the encampments in the underpasses and on First Street NE, and that people are worried about their ability to safely traverse these public spaces.”
Two Street Sense Media vendors and three local service provider and advocacy organizations respond.