Wallace Williams was part of history when the first black man sailed around the world solo, beginning and ending at St. Croix. He wants his friend, Capt. Teddy Seymour of St. Croix, to be recognized without question for his feat.
Jack Pickel says that Sgt. Gibbs Bully deserves better from the criminal justice system after a lifetime of good works and compassion for others.
Gerard Emanuel gives many reasons to vote yes on the Reapportionment Initiative by telling people what the consequences are of voting no.
Khnuma Simmonds recommends seeing a film called “The Voiceless” as an opportunity for men in the V.I., parents of boys and youth mentors to start a conversation. It is a documentary about the stories of five men who were sexually violated and the challenges that they faced in naming the violation, seeking help and overcoming trauma.
Early voting ends March 22 and on March 30 the territory will cast ballots to decide whether to approve a ballot initiative creating districts, electing more senators at large and bypassing the Legislature to rearrange how senator’s office funds work. The plan does nothing to address any of the problems its proponents say they want to fix.
Antilles Head of School Liz Morrison gives her insights on the recent college admission scandal, reflecting on parenting and the importance of letting children make their own mistakes.
Ivan Butcher II asks “Imagine if we worked in the best interest of all of us?”
Shaun Pennington comes upon a rare bird while jogging and it leads her to thoughts about the important connections between humankind and the creatures of the Earth.
Gwen-Marie Moolenaar gives four reasons why she will not be voting for the Reapportionment Initiative.
Preening about, pretending to be a hero of the people by starving WAPA of funds, thus ensuring the people will pay more in the long run, has long been a favorite pastime of senators. It should end.