Local activist and Street Sense contributor James McGinley describes his experience at a “mini-clinic” hosted by the D.C. Interagency Council on Homelessness.
Content categorized as Opinion
Vendor/artist Jeffery McNeil shares his views on the upcoming presidential election.
Vendor Greg Evans offers his opinion on whether it’s appropriate for people to buy vendors food.
Vendor/Artist Phillip Black muses on the state of DC Metro.
Vendor/Artist Michael Mathew laments the poor health and lack of support for several people on the streets of downtown D.C.
D.C. must become better at allocating resources to people experiencing homelessness, Marie-Louise Murville writes.
Robert Williams greets the community, recommends D.C. food stops and calls readers to action.
Vendor-contributor Conrad Cheek Jr. describes some of his experiences with Metro Police.
Vendor-contributor Jeffery McNeil explains why he cannot vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming election.
Volunteer writer Arthur Johnson argues that the D.C. minimum wage increase will have some unexpected consequences for employees.
I can only speak for myself, but I’m certain I’m not alone. There are some homeless folk that prefer to earn their own way and… Read more »
Robert Williams challenges taxpayers and elected officials to take action against homelessness
Vendor and artist Ken Martin attends an event for local entrepreneurs
Vendor and artist Conrad Cheek writes about his experiences dealing with Metropolitan Transit Police Officers while trying to sell Street Sense
Vendor and artist Phillip Black voices his concerns about D.C.’s metro system
Vendor and artist Gwynette Smith recommends people experiencing homelessness utilize the Washington Legal Clinic
Vendor and Columnist Jefferey McNeil writes about his support of Donald Trump
A commuter appreciates our vendors for their work and positivity on the streets of D.C.
A vendor profile on vendor/artist Sol Hicks.
If the heat wave was not enough — the Metro was single tracking, stations were sweltering and multiple cars lacked air conditioning. It was not… Read more »