Sheila White has found her way back to the classroom despite years of being forced to postpone her education.
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Reginald Danny reviews “I of the Storm” after the play came to Street Sense.
Jeffery McNeil shares his thoughts on the Democratic Party, exposing negative aspects of liberalism.
June 16, 2017 marks the two-year anniversary of Patty Smith moving into housing at the Valenti House in Woodley Park.
While many adults have grown complacent, kids continue to do the hard work necessary to end homelessness
11 percent of office building space is currently vacant, and if passed, the Office to Affordable Housing Task Force Establishment Act would aim to convert some of the space into low-income housing.
D.C. Council officially unanimously passed an $13.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2018 Tuesday, but Ward 8 residents said they are unsatisfied with the lack of funding for programs like rapid rehousing and the NEAR Act.
On his new album, after years of work, Street Sense vendor Ron Dudley details his experiences with homelessness, loss and faith.
One of our Vendors speaks about how she could manifest anything she aspired to in life just by thinking of it.
One of our Vendors talks about his experience when he was living outside and how people would taunt him because of it.
Do we need to investigate further into the mental conditions of our people in power? Find out in this opinion piece.
One of our vendors tell why tragedies happen for a reason and that one must be vigilant to not get stuck in a cycle of them.
Having a social life means to have an actual life. We are all social creatures and we need connections.
A continuation from his original poem: Suicide Thought. In this one he tells about a little girl and her life.
Part of an ongoing initiative to write obituaries for the homeless death. The point is to remember as they came not as they went.
A first hand account that describes how the metro is need of a clean-up.
Being poor does not necessarily mean you do not have a lot of money.
A vendor faces discrimination and problems when trying to make a positive impact by selling Street Sense.
Does better financing help on a better local level? Find out in this opinion piece.