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The New Age Definition of Homelessness

By Ashley Strange Trinity Washington University Journalism Class Student On June 30, 2015, The Young Women’s Project, along with representatives from Sasha Bruce Youthwork, sat on a panel in front of funders to discuss youth homelessness and to figure out … Continue reading

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Street Sense: A Street Paper That’s More Than a Paper

Street Sense Vendor Patty Smith | Photo by Ashley Strange By Ashley Strange Trinity Washington University Journalism Class Student Street Sense, a street newspaper inside of The Church of the Epiphany based on G Street NW, Washington, DC, is helping … Continue reading

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D.C. Homeless Youth Gain Independence and Hope

By Ashley Strange Trinity Washington University Journalism Class Student Mayor Muriel Bowser and Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services, Brenda Donald, opened a transitional home known as Wayne Place on Mississippi Avenue SE D.C to provide young people with the … Continue reading

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A Welcoming for Voices of Faith Gospel Choir

  Com 392 | Speech Writing Assignment #3: Welcome Speech Write a 1-2 page Welcome Speech. Description: The Welcome Speech is a ceremonial speech. It should be short. Usually, the speaker is welcoming a new employee or group of people. … Continue reading

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A Mother Above All Others

My mother made me and my siblings’ poverty stricken lives worth living. Although she is not perfect, she did all that she could do as a disabled mother. Life with my mother was difficult for many reasons; she suffered from obesity, cancer, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. As I stated before, we were poor, but through all of this, she still managed to become a better mother than those who judged and prayed for her misfortune. Continue reading

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