The Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless kicked off its 2013 Fannie Mae Help the Homeless program with a May 5 Shelter Walk ‘n Roll… Read more »
Aaron Dactyl’s Railroad Semantics #2: Southern Oregon, Northern California is a travelogue by a train-jumping diarist and photographer who shares his experiences of riding the… Read more »
How do I speak with other voices that have words that are not my own? How will I say these words to a people so… Read more »
Well my loyal Street Sense readers, happy new issue to you all. As my loyal readers know, my life in the past years had more… Read more »
I was watching the “Melissa Harris-Perry” show on MSNBC. The segment aired a while back but it has stuck in my mind. It was called… Read more »
Nobody remembers who first talked about the idea of perpetuum mobile (Latinum). The English translation is perpetual motion. For a long time people were sure… Read more »
When things are going bad and this light is getting dim He’s standing on the corner with no idea where to go, Feeling at his… Read more »
My little kitty who is now a full grown cat I raised her up as a kitten last year around April 2012 She had kittens… Read more »
Earth: the planet that we live on and the only planet in the solar system known to harbor any life form. Earth Day is the… Read more »
A six-year-old boy Left behind by his father Outcast by half his blood For being his mother’s son. As he grew older His mother… Read more »
How they got to the beat down village, of Buras was anyone’s guess. Loomishad blanked awake in time to spy the smacking of dat immense… Read more »
After arriving in New York, they checked into the Pierre. The men shared a room, and Gayle had her own. After unpacking, they met on… Read more »
Every Friday evening at 6 Scott Feger and his family rendezvous at the Hampshire View Baptist Church and begin loading the church van with coolers…. Read more »
Street Sense vendor Morgan Jones describes an experience with a similar street paper.
Word on the Street, Baltimore’s new street paper, has hit the ground running.
For 24 years, the Fannie Mae Help the Homeless Walkathon brought crowds of spirited marchers to the heart of Washington. The event raised public awareness… Read more »
Families from all over the world come to the D.C. area for refuge and opportunity. Unfortunately for many, those opportunities are often difficult to come… Read more »
Every Friday when Scott Seger gets home from work, he eats dinner with his family. After that, it is almost 6 p.m., and he and… Read more »
Through the national SSVF program, VA is able to award grants to organizations that help transition low-income Veterans and their families into permanent housing and more stable conditions.
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