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April 24, 2014 - DC Mayor Vincent Gray has officially kicked off a “500 Families, 100 Days” campaign aimed at rapidly moving homeless men, women and children out of... Read more »
DC Mayor Vincent Gray has officially kicked off a “500 Families, 100 Days” campaign aimed at rapidly moving homeless men, women and children out of… Read more »
As the old saying goes “A picture is worth a thousand words.” A project called Witnesses to Hunger hopes that photographs of needy children, taken… Read more »
How could such heart-rending stories have resulted in such a magical performance? On Friday night, seven talented actors lit up the stage at the District… Read more »
Each year teen pregnancy increases, and every day a teenager is having a baby. Most teen pregnancies are not planned. Prenatal care may be delayed… Read more »
The Day the Lord died, palms were laid on His tomb. He suffered being nailed to the cross, pains and aches, thorns and nails through… Read more »
Even before the landmark Supreme Court decision in 1973 in the Roe v. Wade case, abortions were a controversial topic. For the many people who… Read more »
America’s unwanted tent cities
Corruption and unlawful detention in South Africa
Game of Thrones – an interview with Emilia Clarke
On Friday June 20, 2014, Street Sense will recognize reporting from last year that best highlights issues that contribute to or result from homelessness, and shines light on solutions.
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