Getting mad at someone and killing someone...that’s not the way.
From a homeless vet: poem, video, essay.
Meet Amber. She is 31 and, like the sign reads, she is not a bad person. I saw her every night that I was in the French Quarter. She doesn't ask for he…
Princess was "one of a kind."
This is the truth as I see it.
The smell of urine burning my nostrils as I walked the streets I once slept on just a month earlier.
It was the most painful time of my life, but I was determined that it wouldn’t drive me down.
I write. I run. I hope.
By the time Doug met Speak Up, he had faced—and overcome—years of homelessness and drugs. His story was one of crippling darkness, humiliating rock bot…
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With the right one, anything is possible.
I've encountered many miracles large and small that have shaped how I see hardships.
Trying to find a shower while facing homelessness.