The second part of vendor and artist Debora Brantley’s series
Content categorized as Art
The next installment in vendor and artist Gerald Anderson’s series
Vendor and artist Sybil Taylor remembers her father after visiting his grave
A poem by Franklin Sterling
A group of Street Sense vendors and Wilson High School students showcased the “Devising Hope” play.
Street Sense vendor and artist begins a new series.
Street Sense vendor and artist shares his experiences as living unsheltered.
A poem written by Street Sense vendor and artist, Robert Warren.
Street Sense vendor and artist shares her experience about taking care of her mother and concerns about her health.
Street Sense vendor and artist continues his After Katrina series.
Street Sense vendor and artist concludes his Star Date series
Play written by Street Sense vendor and artist, Ivory Wilson.
Street Sense vendor, Juan Callejon, shares a song dedicated to someone special.
Poem written by Street Sense volunteer, Monsoor Ali.
Vendor/Artist Eric Thompson-Bey writes about his move to Pennsylvania and his new job at Quaker Valley Orchards.
Vendor/Artist Franklin Sterling’s letter thanking Street Sense.
This profile on vendor Anthony Crawford delves into his past and current life. He has been selling Street Sense for 13 years.
Vendor/Artist Scott Lovell writes about his experience taking a photo with a “Racing President” at a Nats game.
Poet Frederick John writes a haiku about the Nats making a comeback this season.
Abby Hershberger reviews “The New Holocaust: Homelessness in America and What We Can Do About It.”