AARP in the Virgin Islands supports and reaches out to the gay community and is participating in the gay celebratory events that are being held annually in June.
Caroline Browne gets a lot of things off her chest about what Virgin Islanders have gone through since the hurricanes struck. She gives the community her advice on the future.
Ivan Butcher II sees the recent hurricanes as a wake-up call. Because he territory needs a lot of work to be done, it should train legions of artisans here at home.
USVI Hotel & Tourism Association shares a letter it sent to Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett concerning the reconstruction of the Caneel Bay Hotel.
Ivan Butcher II advises Virgin Islanders to begin preparing now for the inevitable future hurricanes by becoming much more self-reliant.
Priscilla Hintz Rivera Knight makes her case for creating vibrant places for the arts and culture to thrive in the U.S. Virgin Islands. One of the reasons for doing so is the economic benefit.
Neil Weare, who grew up on Guam, heads an organization that advocates for equal rights and civil rights for all of the United States territories.
Jezellia Sujanani has many age-old questions about the direction the territory is taking.
James A. Marples is impressed by those people and organizations that come together to do good works.
The Department of Education praises the generosity of U. S. Army Corps of Engineers’ contracting company workers and members of Virgin Islands United, especially Jim Coleman and John Wheatley, for making the holidays brighter for hundreds of kids.