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Non-profit empowers homeless women through theatre

October 21, 2016

Non-profit empowers homeless women through theatre

Dwight Hall screened the 2014 film “How I Got Over” Wednesday, a documentary that follows 15 formerly homeless women in Washington, D.C., as they transform their personal narratives into a play.

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June 15, 2016

Oprah pledges $1 Million to DC group that helps homeless women

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey pledged $1 million Thursday to N Street Village, a social-services agency in Northwest Washington.

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May 15, 2016

Revisiting a Mother’s Day Story of Separation

For decades, Mother's Day has been a difficult time of year for Cheryl Coleman. She says it's been 35 years since she's seen her son.

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February 5, 2016

Actor Richard Gere to present awards at N Street Village Gala celebrating homeless women in D.C.

Gere, a Golden Globe winner who has starred in such movies as the blockbuster “Pretty Woman,” will present awards to clients, volunteers and supporters of N Street Village.

Read More on The Washington Post
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