A Street Sense vendor explains why he does not think Frederick Douglass is not worthy of recognition.
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A Street Sense vendor explains to readers why they should not succumb to liberal groupthink.
A social worker explains struggles homeless individuals face when seeking employment.
A Street Sense vendor tells readers to listen to Rep. John Lewis’ advice to trust the legislative process, but also make change and have all voices be heard.
A Street Sense vendor urges American citizens to unite during a time of turmoil.
A Street Sense vendor shares her feelings about Trump’s presidency and fears of what could arise as he remains in office.
One of the most challenging aspects of being homeless is having to use the toilet overnight! How does one manage and cope with such a dilemma?!
A Street Sense vendor discusses President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence’s opposition to abortion.
We need restrooms in this city for everyone to use. I once walked more than ten blocks, from Gallery Place to George Washington University Hospital, before someone let me use the bathroom.
Street Sense artists/vendors share their experiences with the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in light of its closing on March 4.
A Street Sense vendor addresses protesters and resistors opposed to President Trump’s travel ban, encouraging them to vote in the 2018 midterm elections.
Finance columnist Arthur Johnson talks about ways to deal with food insecurity in the District.
Street Sense vendor believes Trump could be the answer to his unemployment.
Street Sense vendor discusses being black in a world of political alliances.
Street Sense Vendor Gerald Anderson reflects on inauguration day.
Ben Carson should prioritize public housing as President Trump’s pick for the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
A Street Sense vendor describes how he “tried liberalism” but is now a Trump supporter.
Vendor and artist James Davis sends a message to newly inaugurated President Donald Trump about ending homelessness in D.C.
New legislation proposed for District to provide public restrooms and to encourage businesses to make restrooms open to the public.
A white man’s reflections on racial oppression in the United States.