Street Sense elevates voices on poverty issues and creates economic opportunities for people experiencing homelessness
April 14, 2014 - DC Mayor Vincent Gray’s newly unveiled $10.7 billion city budget proposal for the coming year includes funds aimed at ending veterans’ homelessness in the city... 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 »
DC Mayor Vincent Gray’s newly unveiled $10.7 billion city budget proposal for the coming year includes funds aimed at ending veterans’ homelessness in the city… 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 »
With all the hype about tax day, it’s good to know just what is going on when it comes to money to help the poor…. Read more »
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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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