Vendor and artist Jackie Turner reflects on the important of love in the face of hatred.
Content categorized as Art
Frustration is going to the doctor only for them to say nothing seems to be wrong. I finally received help when I went back to… Read more »
Angie Whitehurst’s poem for Kanell Washington, a recently deceased member of the Street Sense family who died the day before his housing voucher was approved.
Vendor Mustafa Kalieb saw something potentially disturbing on the Metro.
Vendor and artist Frederic John wonders whether Trump will reach out to people like him.
Street Sense vendor-artist Robert Williams presents a poem his friend Carla M. Baumgardner wrote.
Vendor-artist Marcus Green advises us to covet our blessings.
Artist Ken Martin asks you to open your ears and your eyes.
Vendor-artist Leonard Hyater discusses how we can end homelessness and how he thinks people should treat people experiencing homelessness.
Vendor-artist Shana Holmes writes about maintaining a positive outlook in life.
Vendor-artist Debora Brantley writes about the philosophy behind “the customer is always right.”
Dedicated to my children, grandchildren, their friends associates and frenemies. I want to share something with you and it seems the only way to reach… Read more »
A Street Sense vendor talks about two kittens and that have come into his life and the joy they have brought.
Patty Smith remembers her love for her late father.
A vendor reflects on how large a role their mother played in life.
Gerald Anderson missed the voter registration deadline, but hopes everyone who is registered votes for Hillary Clinton.
Vendor Latishia Graham supports Hillary Clinton.
Vendor and artist Scott Lovell shares his thoughts on the African American Museum of History and Culture.
David Denny writes about his experience at the African American Museum of History and Culture
A vendor’s poem about the kind of president she wants.