Street Sense elevates voices on poverty issues and creates economic opportunities for people experiencing homelessness
October 22, 2014 - In these dire times, the voting is an essential part of the democratic process. This will be the last year that even the president can... Read more »
On November 4, 2014, DC residents will be responsible for electing two DC Council At-Large members. There are two DC Council At-Large spots open because… Read more »
Besides casting their ballot for a new mayor, District residents will have their first chance to vote for an attorney general for the city. For… Read more »
With early voting in the District getting underway on Oct. 20 and the general election drawing near, the District’s mayoral candidates struggled to define themselves… Read more »
Street Sense: “The Path” By Charles Davis My first path started with Street Sense when my friend Andre Brinson introduced me to the paper. Since… Read more »
Inequality and black poverty have been linked together so long that it’s hard to distinguish what is fiction and what is fact. The problem with… Read more »
Do you know what it’s like to live on the streets? I do! Walking around, dirty with a foul odor; going weeks without showers or… Read more »
Domestic violence through a lens
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“Selling a street paper gave me back my dad”
In a new workshop, vendors learn professional filmmaking skills and produce films to elevate their voices.
Please join us to celebrate another successful year of bringing our vendors, and their stories, home.
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