Street Sense vendor believes Trump could be the answer to his unemployment.
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Over a thousand people gathered at the Metropolitian African Methodist Episcopal Church on MLK Day to speak out against Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant platform.
Shortly after the inauguration of Donald Trump, D.C. Councilmembers David Grosso and Robert White introduced a resolution to affirm residents’ human rights and the city’s status as a sanctuary city.
On Sept. 23, Street Sense began equal outreach to the Clinton, Johnson, Stein and Trump campaigns seeking response to the following four questions posed by the artists and vendors of our Writers Group. Despite an extended deadline of Oct. 19, only the Stein campaign chose to respond.
Social entrepreneur starts website to connect refugees and domestic violence victims to free homestays.
Columnist Charles McCain says racism led to the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union
On Tuesday, January 19, District Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced his public support of the Supreme Court case United States v. Texas. The case… Read more »