Barbara Birt offers an alternative vision of what teaching and working with children can be in contrast to Virgin Islands schools where corporal punishment is legal.
Verdel L. Petersen advises Virgin Islanders that a referendum will be on the ballot Election Day. It will be a vote on whether to have a 6th Constitutional Convention or not. Perhaps it makes more sense to amend the Revised Organic Act of 1954
Kent E. Bernier Sr. reviews the tasks that lie ahead for the Virgin Islands Government to find a way to navigate the fiscal emergency the territory is in, including the Matching Fund Securitization Corporation and the pandemic
Government Retirees United for Fairness Inc. (GRUFF) writes an open letter to the Senate about significant concerns regarding Bill No. 33-0363, the Matching Fund Securitization Corporation and other matters.
COVID-19 has shown how a repurposed, well-directed and joined-up public sector can better meet national needs. David Jessop believes that if the Caribbean is to successfully navigate the world that is coming, new thinking about governance is required if citizens are to believe their leaders care.
Dr. Cora L.E. Christian recollects her two encounters with Joe Biden and ties them in with AARP and 9/11.
The Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park has asked the Source to share the following letter sent to U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt.
Michael Keldsen of Denmark writes that people should be careful not to tear down statues and other reminders of the past until they study the whole of the historic record.
Rodney W. Santiago-Kidd prescribes many antidotes to systemic racism within the health care system in the Virgin Islands. He says that the medical community needs to pursue racial justice by mobilizing itself and adopting alternative methods of dealing with Black and Latino populations.
On Aug. 5, St. Croix Foundation for Community Development joined approximately 450 philanthropic organizations in an unprecedented letter to the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Census Bureau calling for a retraction of cutting the census short. A full press release facilitated by Gary Bass of the Bauman Foundation is as follows.