While D.C. initiatives have made progress in combatting high HIV rates, Black women who face poverty and are at high risk for contracting HIV need greater investment in resources, awareness and PrEP medication.
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Street Sense Vendor Gerald Anderson reflects on inauguration day.
During Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend, teens from Southeast D.C. participated in service projects to honor MLK and celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the Our Lives Matter campaign, which empowers Black youth in D.C.
A vendor argues that the media, especially conservative outlets, denigrate Black people while ignoring that the same problems impact White communities.
Cynthia Mewborn corrects some misconceptions about government assistance.
Artist Ken Martin asks you to open your ears and your eyes.
People shared their experiences with mental illness through monologues, poetry, music and dance at the Keegan Theatre on Oct. 10 and 11.
Street Sense vendor Sol Hicks discusses his experience with stereotypes about the homeless.
For four days, hundreds of individuals from across the country shed their labels, discard their limits, and enter into the concrete jungle that is New York City for the 2012 Street Soccer USA Cup.