The CCNV is the largest homeless shelter in D.C., but it is also full of dark secrets. Residents speak out about what’s broken in the D.C. housing system and what needs to be fixed.
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Vendor Mustafa Kalieb saw something potentially disturbing on the Metro.
Vendor-artist Donald Brown writes about how he came to live and work in a halfway house.
Vendor-contributor Conrad Cheek Jr. describes some of his experiences with Metro Police.
Vendor Ibn Hipps writes about the struggle of his childhood and the power of love.
Street Papers Print Chapter of Harry Potter Book Homeless newspapers in Germany became prime property in late October when J.K. Rowling offered them exclusive publishing… Read more »
Last year well over one million workers were employed by two of the largest day labor companies, and over 50% of them were homeless. These… Read more »
Becky Kellogg reviews Kim Hopper’s book about the issues that contribute to homelessness and people’s experiences living without a home