In the wake of the sex abuse scandal that shocked its community, a somber yet reflective mood pervaded the campus of Penn State University.
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Jaamill Hips talks about the nature of the souls and of the heart.
A look at the nature of law and the differences between the law’s of different countries.
Jeffery McNeil gives his opinion on the Occupy Wall Street movement.
In 1972, the Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV), a small group of peace and social justice activists began a soup kitchen to serve people on… Read more »
America is ahead—everybody knows that. Many American products and ideas cross over the Atlantic and are adopted in Europe. Roller-skates for example, brought the “American… Read more »
During the 80’s and early 90’s, I identified myself as a lesbian separatist dyke—not gay, rarely lesbian, but always a dyke. My sexuality was always… Read more »
Springtime brings no happiness to the homeless. While others rejoice, seeing the end of the cold winter and the blossoming of the flowers and trees,… Read more »
Although many ancient civilizations, such as the Egyptians and Greeks, prayed to a multitude of gods, in modern culture, monotheism—particularly through Judaism and Christianity—dominates with the recognition of one universal and… Read more »
A photo published in the editorial section of the February 2004 edition of Street Sense.
An essay reflecting on the meaning that the holidays hold for homeless people.
Of course everyone knows the meaning of despair; however its raw truth can only be understood if one considers a few synonyms – hopelessness, dejection,… Read more »
Anne Singleton looks into a healthcare provider serving homeless and low-income D.C. residents
Donahue impacted many lives as a priest, an activist and a storyteller
Maurice King writes about economic inequality in the District
Last year well over one million workers were employed by two of the largest day labor companies, and over 50% of them were homeless. These… Read more »
Dear Fred, I see homeless people out on the street. A lot of times, I don’t want to give them money, but I still want… Read more »
A delicious recipe from two baking experts at Miriam’s Kitchen
Becky Kellogg reviews Kim Hopper’s book about the issues that contribute to homelessness and people’s experiences living without a home
The nation’s capital serves as a showcase for the United States on the whole, for better or for worse. The nation, like the city, is… Read more »