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On the Anniversary Of Kaepernick Kneeling, Athletes Boycott Games to Protest Racial Injustice

On August 26, 2016, Colin Kaepernick knelt for the first time to bring attention to the issues of racial inequality and police brutality that plague America. In 2020, on the same date, professional athletes are still using their platform to bring attention to the same issues in the form of a boycott. 

STX Motorcade Celebrates 2020 High School Graduates

About 30 people in 10 cars drove across St. Croix Sunday morning, celebrating the graduation of students from St. Croix Central High School and St. Croix Educational Complex.
A protester holds up a sign Saturday that reads 'My Blackness Not A Threat, It's a Promise." (Source photo by Kyle Murphy)

1,000 Thomians March to Support Black Lives Matter

About 1,000 St. Thomians walked from the FirstBank on the waterfront to Roosevelt Park Saturday as part of a Black Lives Matter protest and memorial organized by Anjali James and Brigitte Berry.
Rally organizer Jalayne Jones addresses the crowd in Cruz Bay Saturday. (Photo by Lisa Etre)

STJ: Love City Comes Out to Show That Black Lives Matter

Almost 300 residents of St. John marched through Cruz Bay Saturday morning to honor the memory of George Floyd and show support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
A protester holds a sign calling for justice for George Floyd during a march in Miami. Protests have taken place in cities across the country and around the world since Floyd's death while in police custody. (Shutterstock image)

Virgin Islanders Organize Protests in Memory of George Floyd

Activists on each of the three major U.S. Virgin Islands have organized protests to honor the memory of George Floyd, who died May 25 while in custody of a Minneapolis police officer, who is now under arrest and charged in the death.





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