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Opinion: Ward 6 Councilmember Risks Prolonging Homelessness and Displacement

Aug. 3, 2021 was a jubilant day for homelessness advocates. The DC Council passed a new fiscal year budget with a historic amount of...

SOME In Urgent Need of Items for Unhoused Neighbors

SOME (So Others Might Eat) is in urgent need of items to assist our most vulnerable neighbors. SOME's comprehensive programs are designed to help people...

Front End Loader Hits Man in Encampment Tent

A front-end loader lifted a man inside a tent during the clearing of the NoMA encampments at L and M Street NE on Oct....

DC Permanently Removing NoMA Underpass Encampments

Andre Juste is sorting through his things. For the past three years, he's lived under the L Street, NE overpass. But on Tuesday, Sept....

Attend Meeting on Southeast Library Modernization

Give your input on the redesign of the Southeast Community Library (403 Seventh St. SE). The next community meeting will be Wednesday, July 21...

Keller Grants Help Meet Urgent Demands

Two pillars of Capitol Hill’s nonprofit community, both at the forefront of tackling the coronavirus pandemic’s enormous challenges, have each received a $20,000 Arnold...

Beckert’s Park Campaign Contributes to Fight Against Homelessness

On Thursday, Foulger-Pratt apartment complex Beckert’s Park announced a partnership with local nonprofit Everyone Home DC. During the month of March, the ‘One for One’...

Buy a Print to Support DC Central Kitchen

Hill-based artist Christine Vineyard is using her work to promote local business and raise money for the DC Central Kitchen (DCCK). Vineyard, who publishes...

Returning to Homelessness

Many folks who are incarcerated look forward to their release date and life on the outside – from spending time with loved ones to...
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