Reginald BlackArtist, Vendor
Reggie Black is an artist and vendor for Street Sense Media.
Articles by Reginald
Stop the encampment clearings, now
What Love Is
Public Housing Budget
Global coronavirus pandemic could help the homeless or hurt them more
Homeless people were left out of the conversation about homelessness in NoMa
Beats - Episodes 1 and 2
National nonprofit provides pandemic-specific recommendations for protecting the homeless community
While DHS works to shelter and quarantine homeless residents, housing referrals have been put on hold
Five shelter residents have tested positive for COVID-19, DHS says
Statement of Our Country
Poor people stand up: National campaign to build community and spark change stops in DC
The media doesn't care
Where Are We?
Tents banned from K Street underpass in NoMa after a final clean-up
People experiencing homelessness can transform homeless services if given the chance
The "Value" Trap
DC attorney general focusing more on environmental issues
Don't give in to the hype
Street Sense vendors react to downtown bench removal
Together We Rise
Franklin Square Park will close for renovations this fall
Racial equity and homelessness
Human Rights Alliance to review the possibility of human rights in America
Housing authorities nationwide are creating innovative approaches to end homelessness
The credit belongs to the community
Who pays the price?
Protest at mayor's housing expo reveals tensions and frustrations
Our right to healthy food
The unspoken demands of shelter life
Happy Father's Day!
Residents in Ward 3 seek to understand homeless services
At youth climate strike rally, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar calls for a budget to end homelessness
To Give or Not to Give
Street Sense Media artists visit Touchstone Gallery
The city should use its land for its people
It shouldn't be this hard to recover from homelessness
Activists visit DC Council to reiterate their Comprehensive Plan priorities
The first three DC General replacement shelters open
Still Marching: Grassroots organizers held mass meeting to grapple with poverty
Sounds / Silence
Homelessness: A Call to Early Death
Protesters call on Bowser to denounce ICE raid
One man’s journey through 19 years experiencing homelessness
Maxine Waters: "It's going to be expensive to end homelessness. Let's put a price on it."
Our fathers' duty
Early perspectives from Dems for DC Council
Kaiser Permanente just joined the U.S. Mayors and CEOs coalition and pledged $200 million for housing security
Rapid rehousing clients decry program and ask for pathways to employment
We’re all in the working class
Subsidies are important to afford housing
All DC's 8 wards must focus on housing
U.S. mayors and CEOs commit to funding more affordable housing
March together, build together
Advocates talk universal housing at Woolly Mammoth
12th annual MLK Peace Walk and Parade Ends at Barry Farm
District agencies re-examine efforts to employ homeless people
Vacant to Vibrant?
One more life
Why does hardship still exist?
Congress Heights and Brookland Manor residents take displacement fears to the Wilson Building
Making the walk
'Home for the holidays' campaign aims to house 400 D.C. families and individuals by January
Labor organizers say DREAMers should be allowed to stay
DC officials reach out to private landlords for help to end homelessness
Attacking poverty through me
What it truly means to share
S2J Conference: Ex-Offenders Are Making a Difference
Service To Justice Conference Provides a Seat at the Table
The MLK Mural Will Return. Will The Homeless?
Street Sense Vendors Cover the 2017 Conerence on Ending Homelessness
Community Envisions a Right to Housing
All Kinds of People
Siting a Service Center That Makes a Statement
City Reaffirms Need for Downtown Service Center
McMillan: What's Happening and Why
DC Has Insufficient Shelter Capacity for Women
Build Communities, Not Ghettos
The Place I Saw
DC Agency Discusses Lack of Employment Services for Homeless
New Legislation Welcomed by Public Housing Advocates
CCNV Residents Say They Need Case Management and Accountability More than Anything
Interagency Council on Homelessness Reports Back on Homeward D.C. Progress
Dick Wolf Memorial Lecture Continues Public Housing Debate
LAST WORD: Advocate with Us
🎧 Sounds From the Street: Advocate Kate Coventry on the D.C. Winter Plan
New Shelter for Women to Open in Chinatown
Public Housing Development Fears Recognized by D.C. Council
United Nations Stands Against Gentrification
Activists Say Bowser's Crime Bill Must "Go-Go"
Community Launches "Homelessness Eradication" Movement
Reggie's Reflection: What I Have Learned
Friday, December 18: Demonstrators Take The Wilson Building
You Are Appreciated
Last Word: If You Save One Life, You Save the World
LIVE: National Homeless Persons' Memorial Day 2015
The Progress Thus Far
What Does it Take to End Poverty?
Identifying the Benefit of Peer Counselors
Community Weighs in on New Plan to End District Homelessness
The Way Home Visits Council Members
📹 Fairness Rising
Luck of the Dice: The Ward 8 Special Election
DMV Area Assesses Itself
The Meaning of "Home"
Southeast: The Final Frontier
D.C. Council and Community Unite to Tackle Homelessness
#IHaveADream: Art as intervention
Bowser Talks the Talk
Progress for Housing
Everyone In D.C. has a Marion Barry Story
The Changing of the Guard
Will Voters Stand Up and Be Counted?
Determining the future of one of the largest shelters in the country
Bill to Shape Future of CCNV Gets Hearing
CCNV Task Force Begins to Wind Down
What is Truth?
Advocates in Full Voice at Hearing
Economic Discrimination and Profiling in DC?
Two Cents: New Interagency Council on Homelessness Director Announced
We Spend It Anyway
Tale of Two Cities
This Is Not What We Planned: Dangerous Gaps in the Winter Plan
Hopes and Anxiety Mark Deliberations Over CCNV's Future
United Black History
CCNV Task Force Mulls Future of Historic Shelter
Neighborhood Activists Want Voice in New Projects
CCNV Task Force Continues to Deliberate
Are Holidays Helpful?
Board of Elections
Assisting Homeless Singles
Marchers Remembers the Dead and Fight for the Living
My Quest to End Homelessness, Phase 1
A Small Act of Kindness
The National Mental Health Dialogue Comes Home
Giving the Community a Voice
A Simple Request
Housing is my right
What Do We Want? Change!
Timeline: The Federal City Shelter, 1940s - 2021
Witness to History: Activists redefined America's Response to Homelessness
Exploring the Future Mission of the Shelter Called CCNV
REGGIE’S REFLECTIONS: The Alliance
Shelter at St. Elizabeths Faces Uncertain Future
What Will Happen to the CCNV?
Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development
Service Spotlight: Mercy Ministries
HSRA Amendments Just Won’t Die...
Provisions Have Witnesses Deeply Divided
The Fight Goes On
Budget Season has Advocates in High Gear
Keep the Promise
District Closes Waiting List for New Applicants
Panel Looks at Family Homelessness
I Am a Voter!
DC’s Sacred Heart is Broken
540...A Number to Live By
A New Leader
Unification Needed in Washington
Writer's Group (05.26.2010)
Writer's Group (05.12.2010)
Writer's Group (04.28.2010)
Writer's Group (04.14.2010)
Writer's Group (03.31.2010)
Writer's Group (03.17.2010)
National Prayer Breakfast Features Obama, Tebow
Writer's Group (03.03.2010)
Writer’s Group (02.17.2010)
Writer's Group (02.03.2010)
Who I Write For
The Next, “I Have a Dream.”
Resolve to End
Homeless Vigil Honors the Fallen Homeless
Sounds of Hope Ring for Street Sense
Reggie’s Reflections – Good for Me????
Reggie’s Reflections: Cheating Crime
Residents Protest DC Budget Cuts
We are Different
Reggie’s Reflections – Intruder!!!!
Our Nations History
Reggie’s Reflections – New Day!!!!
Reggie’s Reflections – In Review
Prison of Disenfranchisement
Reggie’s Reflections: Copy Cat??
Reggie’s Reflections: Heart Broken
Water Life Giving Water
Supporters Rally for Private School Scholarships Program
The Last Word: Looking Back and Growing Up
Reggie’s Reflections: Changes??!!
The Last Weekend in May
“Soloist” Critiques from the Street
Reggie’s Reflections: Used
May Days of Youth
Cherry Blossoms - and Memories - on Parade
Reggie’s Reflections: Horrible A.M.
What a Thought
Reggie’s Reflections: The Angels?
GW Poetry Slam
Reggie’s Reflection’s: Dreadful Night
The Potter’s House Hosts “Sounds of Hope” Open Mic Night
Reggie’s Reflections: Revelations
Reggie’s Reflections – Follower
Sharon Pratt Dixon Kelly
Street Politics: Trying to Find the Right Formula for Change
Sgt. William H. Carney – A Young Man Who Won Glory
Words of Love
Reggie’s Reflections: In Review
Reggie’s Reflections: A Premonition
Writer’s Group (01.07.2009)
Letters to Obama