Fall / Winter 2019

Latest Posts

On Faith and Housing Justice
On Faith and Housing Justice
December 30, 2019

Many of us, understandably so, have an image in our minds of unhoused individuals as people sleeping and/or hanging out on city streets, often seeming unclean or in tattered clothing, sometimes approaching us asking for money or food

I, Thou, and Homelessness
I, Thou, and Homelessness
December 22, 2019

“At the root of homelessness is poverty and the systems that hold it in place. Poverty is a form of segregation and othering.”–D. Simmons

The Life of a Traveler
The Life of a Traveler
December 30, 2019
By Martti C. Peeples The year was 2014. I had spent the weekend at Oprah Winfrey’s “Live Your Best Life” tour. Oprah had an exercise in the booklet we received. One of the exercises
Think ‘Bout It
Think ‘Bout It
December 30, 2019

I lost my grandmother in April, I graduated in June, and I started my first college class in October. The month of April through now has been, hands down the worst few months I’ve experienced thus far in my 17 years of life.

Thrive Detroit Street Paper
Subscribe
Advertise
Facebook
Twitter