Reading the Source recently has gotten me thinking about assumptions. We all make assumptions about things, mostly inconsequential, but some of huge importance.
After weeks of no COVID cases, we are seeing a resurgence of positive test results in the past week.
In my 21 years of out-of-control drinking, before I stopped more than 37 years ago, I drove drunk dozens of times. I am not proud of this, but it’s a fact. It is a miracle I never injured anyone, nor was I injured.
It seems like many of us believe the pandemic is over. Ferries to St. John are full of tourists. Once on land, very few use masks. Restaurants and bars are full with NO social distancing and NO masks. Many of our residents are following suit.
Dr. Cora L.E. Christian makes connections between racism and inequalities in health, safety and education.
A colleague recently posed the question of how to build a society that supports everyone. My response was – imagine that society, describe it, and we can build it.
As you face an uncertain future, just remember it’s rooted in a most certain past. Although hidden in plain sight, the truth is upon us hard and fast.
The Virgin Islands State Nurses Association is in solidarity with the protestors. It believes that racism is a public health crisis affecting everyone, regardless of age, both physically and mentally.
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.