Street Sense elevates voices on poverty issues and creates economic opportunities for people experiencing homelessness
August 27, 2014 - Terry Grahl has a knack for the creative. To an observer, it might appear that ideas just come to her. Yet she attributes the inspiration... Read more »
Terry Grahl has a knack for the creative. To an observer, it might appear that ideas just come to her. Yet she attributes the inspiration… Read more »
At the District’s family shelter at the former DC General Hospital, a new playground is beginning to take shape, offering the promise of much-needed fun… Read more »
“It is time for Congress to act,” emphasized actress Susan Sarandon during a recent congressional briefing about violence against the homeless. “We can’t allow these… Read more »
If I asked people about the number of times a day they eat, I bet the average answer would be two to three times. I… Read more »
Every day in America, women are raped around the United States. Rape is a form of sexual assault initiated by one or more people against… Read more »
Moving to Washington has been a blessing and a curse. Before I came to Washington DC, I considered myself open-minded and progressive. Once upon a… Read more »
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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