Without data, meaningful legislation can’t be backed by science, and in the USVI this scenario is all too common.
I attended the march on St. Thomas waterfront Saturday morning. It was especially wonderful to see so many young people. The vast majority would fit into that category.
This is the third of four stories about the larger structural issues facing the Virgin Islands, with the aim of spurring more public conversation and mobilizing the community around agreed solutions.
The Crucian Cannabis Chamber of Commerce Inc. has opinions and questions about the Virgin Islands Cannabis Use Act, which will go before the Senate on June 12.
Pamela New asks white parents to have frank discussions about the history of racism with their children. As a white woman who grew up during apartheid in South Africa, she uses her personal story to make her point.
The Virgin Island Source stands with the Virgin Islands community and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement around the world in condemning police brutality and systemic racism.
Desiree M. Francis recommends ways for the Virgin Islands to make itself the most desirable destination in the Caribbean post COVID-19.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands speaks out about police brutality, systemic racism and historical injustice. The foundation is part of The Virtues Project™, a global grassroots initiative that stresses kindness, justice and integrity in more than 100 countries.
Along with the rest of the world we are appalled and outraged by the killing of George Floyd at the hands of the ones sworn to protect and to serve. We stand in protest and we desire and seek justice.
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.