Sweet lover, please understand When the darkness comes All in the streets. The man in the cab knows When down the street we go I’ll… Read more »
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It is her day. No, not Mother’s Day. My mother’s day! Born May 17, 1922, Vernice E. Martin officially became a mother on May 15, 1941…. Read more »
Have you ever asked yourself how certain things exist? For example, air: You can’t see it but it is there. The wind: You can feel… Read more »
The problem with most people today is that most people have forgotten how to live. For them, being negative is the norm. Wow! What must… Read more »
I’m so excited! My and my daughter talked today, for the first time in two years. There were no arguments — and I have to… Read more »
I know what Street Sense has done for me. I can still remember the times I was sleeping in bus stops. Riding the trains until… Read more »
Morn holy comes Elysium afortime, the suns a-ris. Uhta for-chose today ouver sublime dew do to pris. A blome fixes his gay, roseate lens. Who’ll… Read more »
Street Sense artist and vendor Robert Williams criticizes the public’s responsibility to hold political figures accountable.
This is what brings me joy!
Levester Green explains his experience with an officer confronting him and his friends for no particular reason.
Joe Jackson explains about how difficult it is to sell Street Sense paper with panhandlers around and how hard it can be to control his temper with judgmental people.
Elizabeth Bryant explains her past life style and how it affects her to this recent day.
Ricardo Meriedy talks about how he has gained confidence from the help of the Street Sense program.
Street Sense Vendor Damon Smith reflects on vending has improved his life.
Sybll Taylor talks about her Father that has been missing for a long time and the stories he told them when he returned a happy man.
Frederic John talks about how much he enjoyed the Chicken meal he received.
Patty Smith talks about her experience with her ex-husband who was trying to harm her while she was pregnant.
Robert warren’s poem about the morbid state of current affairs.
Henrieese Roberts has struggled with severe eye pain due to histoplasmosis for over two decades, but he’s perservered through the years without addictive painkillers. To deal with this, he trained as an American Red Cross HIV Preventionist and an Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs Preventionist. Here, he tells a bit of his story.
Phillip Black writes about observing young teenagers deliberately break the rules while on trains and how officers don’t make an effort to stop them.