Still here, still strong

I am still alive, and I miss everyone that has supported me through Street Sense. I’ve been locked up in jail, during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Someone spit in my face and I ended up getting charged with assault. 

I am trying to stay strong out here. I don’t want to lose my place or my voucher. It is so hard trying to stay away from people when you already been known out here. Where are your friends at when you need them? They aren’t there. Frustration.

This year I want to start my own landscaping business to help care for people’s houses. Trying to pray to talk to God and ask him to help me with my temper and attitude. 


Issues |COVID-19|Incarceration|Systemic Racism

Region |Washington DC

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