Michael Bornn has a list of priorities for how to arrive at equality for all. George Floyd’s murder may be the “tipping point’ for real change.
The U.S. has, once again, been rocked by a death of an African American man in police custody. Very recently, video emerged showing a white father and son in Georgia shooting an African American man for some reason.
Development takes place within a particular social and economic context, even though most residents of a place do not understand or acknowledge the existence of that context.
We observe yet another death of an African American man through noncombative interaction with law enforcement.
When WAPA goes down it can be for an entire day or many hours at a time. What we are experiencing with the latest series...
As there is the unlikelihood of a dramatic increase in the number of contributing members to GERS, here are ideas that some might consider radical enough to at least pull back the reins of our frightening race toward pending collapse, none of which punish V.I. pensioners.
Winston Nugent's poem is in response to the news of an unarmed George Floyd being killed by a police officer during a stop for an alleged nonviolent offense, while a crowd of onlookers begged the officers to stop. Winston Nugent is a poet, short story writer and playwright, who lives on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
The League of Women Voters USVI writes an open letter to VI Source journalist Don Buchanan about a recent article concerning a bill passed by the Legislature for a referendum question on the Revised Organic Act of 1954 to be placed on the ballot in November.
This is the first in a four-part series about the larger structural issues facing the Virgin Islands, with the aim of spurring more public conversation and mobilizing the community around agreed solutions.
As we salute the fallen on Memorial Day, we recognize them as heroes and praise their legacy. We will remember their names and the greatness that they represented in all branches of military service.