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September 24th, 2023
USVI & Guam residents challenge discriminatory overseas voting laws


FREDERIKSTED, St Croix, USVI- Residents of the US Virgin Islands(USVI), Guam, and other territories are escalating their fight against federal and state overseas voting laws that they believe discriminate against them. The recent development in the Borja v. Nago case filed before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit aims to challenge these laws.

November 25th, 2020
Neo Colonialism in 2020

Thomas C. Famous

What a plot, dem a plot 'gainst I and I

- Ziggy Marley

January 17th, 2020
The Crown

Thomas C. Famous

“Politics is more dangerous than war, for in war you are only killed once.”

Winston Churchill

January 19th, 2018
No US voting rights for USVI, PR & Guam, US Court rules


CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St Thomas, USVI- Last Thursday, January 18, 2018 the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled against expanding territorial voting rights in Segovia v. United States, according to We The People Project, a non-profit that advocates for equal rights and representation in US territories.

February 9th, 2017
Constitution has to be amended before USVI can vote for president


FREDERIKSTED, St Croix, USVI — US Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonya M. Sotomayor, who was invited to the US Virgin Islands (USVI) by the District Court of the Virgin Islands and is hosting events on St Thomas and St Croix dubbed, “An Evening with the Honourable Sonya Sotomayor”, spoke to a packed room at the Juan F. Luis Hospital Cardiac Center on Wednesday night February 8, 2017.

January 4th, 2017
US Virgin Islanders should continue fight for full US citizenship in 2017


CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St Thomas, USVI- As the US Virgin Islands commemorates 100 years as part of the United States, and its residents US citizens, Virgin Islanders should be able to vote for President and have voting representation in Congress.

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