NewsBy Robyn Di Giacinto December 14, 2016
D.C. Homelessness on the Rise, According to HUD Report
In a new HUD report, D.C. tied with Idaho for the highest percentage increase in homelessness.
NewsBy Brianne Talocka November 2, 2016
REMEMBERING OUR VETERANS: Georgetown Bakery Serves Up Pathways to Employment
Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown is “baking a difference” by providing job training for disabled veterans.
NewsBy Rodney Choice / Anna Riley July 13, 2016
PITTSBURGH TO WASHINGTON: 21 Veterans Ride 335 Miles for Independence
The 21 bikers rode to raise awareness of the struggles veterans face after they return home and collected $25,000 to support them
ArtBy Robert Williams July 13, 2016
Perception or Reality: What does freedom mean to you?
Vendor artist expresses views on equality and being a veteran on Independence Day.
OpinionBy Arthur Johnson June 10, 2016
Moving Up: Education Options to get you ahead
“Paying for college can seem daunting, but fortunately there are many options available to help you cover the cost of higher education,” said Arthur Johnson.
NewsBy Khyeria Ferguson June 6, 2016
Remembering David Gilkey, Street Sense Award Winner
On Sunday, June 5 NPR photojournalist, David Gilkey, and his colleague were killed in an ambush in Afghanistan. Our condolences got out to their friends and family.
ArtBy Rodney Choice June 1, 2016
Vets Helping Vets
Volunteer Rodney Choice’s photo essay on the Summerhaven Stand Down event for homeless veterans
OpinionBy Robert Williams May 6, 2016
Perception or Reality: There Shouldn’t Be a Single One
Good day all. Let me begin this column today by extending my thanks and appreciation to all of my readers…
ArtBy Cynthia Mewborn March 1, 2016
A Light for Dignity
How do we bring back respect and dignity to our armed forces, law enforcement and emergency responders? We should, as…
NewsBy Colleen Cosgriff January 15, 2016
Photographers Document Life During Displacement
In Dupont Circle, the roots of a large tree are pushing the sidewalk in front of it up. People walk…
OpinionBy Laura Zeilinger January 13, 2016
Resolve to Combat Homelessness in 2016
I have high hopes for the District of Columbia in 2016. I have high hopes for the Department of Human…
NewsBy Alexandra Pamias December 18, 2015
Ending Veteran Homelessness in DC and Beyond
On December 10, The Way Home Campaign hosted a panel of non-profit leaders working towards housing homeless veterans, and a…
OpinionBy Kathy Haines December 3, 2015
Letter to the Editor: I Hear You, and Others Should Too
Dear Mr. Williams, I am writing in response to your article “Perception or Reality: Are You Hearing Me?” as posted…
NewsBy Mark Rose November 18, 2015
Montgomery County Veteran Receives Housing, Desires Employment
Heyradine was down on his luck. The four-year U.S. Army veteran had injured both his knees in a training exercise…
News November 12, 2015
📹 Michelle Obama Challenges Landlords to Help End Veteran Homelessness
The First Lady issued a Veterans Day call for landlords across the country to accept federal vouchers for homeless vets.
Media Center FeatureBy Sounds from the Street / Robert Williams November 11, 2015
🎧 Sounds From the Street Robert Williams on Service, Respect and Art
Robert Williams says his years of service in Marine Corps helped him secure a HUD housing voucher, but not the…
OpinionBy Eric Thompson-Bey November 11, 2015
Honoring Our Veterans
Did you know that the United States has been at war for 222 of her 239 years of existence? Starting…
NewsBy Jonas Schau November 11, 2015
In the Trenches: Housing a Nation of Homeless Veterans
Five years ago a plan to end veteran homeless in the U.S. by the end of 2015 was launched through…
OpinionBy Robert Williams November 11, 2015
Perception or Reality: Are You Hearing Me?
Lately I question if I am in fact reaching others with my column. I question if anyone has changed their…
ArtBy Michael Jackson October 23, 2015
My Life So Far
My name is Michael Jackson. I was born in the District and graduated from Cardozo High School and Strayer University….
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