ArtBy Rochelle Walker March 16, 2022
Don’t bully me
Rochelle Walker writes about people who have hurt her in the past.
ArtBy Daniel Ball March 16, 2022
Alternative to prompt
Daniel Ball writes about a good memory he shares with his sister.
ArtBy Anthony Carney March 16, 2022
Anthony Carney reflects on when he was sick recently.
ArtBy Carlos Carolina March 16, 2022
Carlos Carolina shares his poem, titled “Amazing grace.”
ArtBy Chris Cole March 16, 2022
Chris Cole shares her memories of her late friend, Yusef.
ArtBy Frederic John March 16, 2022
Frederic John shares his poem titled “Snowflake.”
ArtBy Redbook Mango March 9, 2022
You can’t let go
Redbook Mango writes a poem titled “You can’t let go.”
ArtBy Reggie Jones March 9, 2022
Reggie Jones reflects on the importance of life.
ArtBy Michele Rochon March 9, 2022
Raise your bar high in 2022
Michele Rochon writes an inspiring piece in honor of Women’s History Month.
ArtBy Donté Turner March 9, 2022
Donté Turner shares a poem titled “Plans.”
ArtBy Carlos Carolina March 9, 2022
You, me, we
Carlos Carolina writes poem titled “You, Me, We.”
ArtBy Gracias Garcias March 9, 2022
Gracias Garcias shares a poem titled “Rain.”
ArtBy Justin Blakey March 9, 2022
The power of thought…
Justin Blakey articulates the power of thought.
ArtBy Gerald Anderson March 9, 2022
To all my customers
Gerald Anderson sends a message to his customers.
ArtBy Patricia Donaldson March 9, 2022
How we can help the homeless during the cold months
Patricia Donaldson shares tips on how people can help the homeless during the winter months.
ArtBy Frederic John March 9, 2022
What I noticed
Frederic John shares his thoughts about something he had seen.
ArtBy Marcus McCall March 9, 2022
Marcus McCall reflects on dreams and how they bring about old memories.
ArtBy Levester Green March 9, 2022
Fair is fair even when you’re being unfair
Levester Green reflects on part of his journey with his rap career.
ArtBy Daniel Ball March 2, 2022
Daniel Ball reflects on the difference between the words ‘defend’ and ‘freedom.’
ArtBy Gerald Anderson March 2, 2022
When we were last with Gerald in New Orleans, he was serving some time in prison.
Gerald Anderson dictates his time in prison.
We believe ending homelessness begins with listening to the stories of those who have experienced it.