High School By Lenna Jo Dugle Herzog I grew up in Lawrenceburg Indiana and graduated Lawrenceburg Consolidated High School with Mike in 1968. The class… Read more »
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By Brian Levin Michael Stoops, known as the American Mother Teresa, was a beloved advisory board member of the Center for the Study of Hate… Read more »
Angels Are Watching By Patty Smith Dedicated to Michael Stoops The angels are watching, The birds are watching, To see you make it through. All… Read more »
By Chuck Currie It is with grand sadness that I am unable to join in the celebration of the life of Michael Stoops. I was… Read more »
By Brian Davis Michael Stoops loved street newspapers. He was the community organizer for the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH), the founder of the… Read more »
Fond memories, In the corners of my mind, so many memories of distant times. Wishing you were here Because a world with you Is… Read more »
Let’s take a moment of silence and pray: Father, God, I come to you today asking that you give us our streets back. We are… Read more »
To a special father and grandfather: I am missing you this Father’s Day. It is not the same without you, Dad. It is very empty… Read more »
I guess I am like many Black men; I get a funny feeling when Father’s Day comes around. Too many of us have issues when… Read more »
There is my Heavenly Father. I choose to call him Allah. When all else is gone, you always can depend on God. Now, my biological… Read more »
You removed me from your life. My childhood growing up was good. Mommy did the best she could, raising one daughter and five sons. I… Read more »
I have a birth father. I also have a stepfather, Michael, who has been in my life since I was a teenager. He is my… Read more »
Pender McCarter remembers Michael Stoops.
Richard Troxell shares fond memories of Michael Stoops.
James Davis recalls his travels with Michael Stoops.
Joe Jackson sheds light on managing anger while homeless.
Dwayne R. Butler on the advantages of being a Street Sense vendor.
Joseph Walker questions the stability of the current economic climate.
I am a domestic violence survivor. I was in a relationship that started out well, then became abusive. Then it became MORE abusive; we were… Read more »
Marcellus Phillips opens up about his past, illuminating how money isn’t everything.