Mary L. Moorhead points out to the Virgin Islands’ senators that the progress of technology in public schools is quite different when St. Croix is compared to St. Thomas.
Ivan Butcher II attended the 15th Caribbean Urban and Community Forestry Conference and shares what he learned there.
B. Greg Miller thinks Virgin Islanders can begin to fix many problems by creating more micro-management by the government and fostering more government responsibility, which could begin with sub-district representation.
Ivan Butcher II tells why he is in favor of building a paper recycling plant and a publishing house in the territory.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Homeschoolers (USVIH) are asking the public to help them by contacting the V.I. Legislature and telling senators to vote for a bill that would transfer oversight of home schooling from the V.I. Board of Education to the Senate.
Lonnie Willis of the St. John Historical Society informs the public of sculptures of African-American Virgin Islands heroes that are being sent to Denmark for permanent public display.
Moleto A. Smith Jr. writes about the recent history of shootings that have shocked Americans in many places including the Virgin Islands.
Clarence Payne reflects on the recent vigil on St. Thomas against violence and the need to change the present way we deal with crime and violence in the Virgin Islands.
Clarence Payne, writing about violence and murder, says that what is happening in the Virgin Islands is a grim reality.
Scott Fagan repeats an idea he shared seven years ago to end gun violence in the U.S. Virgin Islands.