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· August, 2011

Stories about US Virgin Islands from August, 2011

U.S.V.I.: The Power of Film

“Is there any artistic medium that raises more ugly questions of representation and power than film?” In the context of this, A Nation or Nobody blogs about film and neo-colonialism.

U.S.V.I.: Saying “No” to Plastic Bags

“Plastic bags too often find their way into the waters of the island and end up wrapped around coral reefs”, says News of St. John, which is why “members of...

U.S.V.I., Trinidad & Tobago: Best on Self-Knowledge

A Nation or Nobody refers to a speech by the late Trinidadian intellectual Lloyd Best, noting that his “most important message is…that locally-based forms of knowledge are what all people...

U.S.V.I.: Potential Storm

“The first disturbance of the [2011 hurricane] season…could possibly threaten the Virgin Islands: U.S.V.I. bloggers are carefully monitoring developments.

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