Part 2 - Regular contributor Ronald Russell joins Neville James and Almando “Rocky” Liburd in a preview of tonight’s presidential debate. They discuss recent developments and predictions, pointing to what they believe public should be looking for in tonight’s event.
Part 1 - On today’s show, Neville James hosts former Senate President Almando “Rocky” Liburd in a tribute to Wayne “Facts Man” Adams, who passed over the weekend. They discuss the derivation of the nickname “Facts Man”, his demonstration of Virgin Islands pride, how he shared his education with all, and the legacy he’s left behind. Supervisor of Elections, Caroline Fawkes calls in from St. Thomas to remind the public of the early voting period and deadline for absentee ballots.
Part 1 - After a brief recap of this weekend’s sobering local and national news, the Department of Health’s Leadership returns to Analyze This for their monthly COVID-19 update. Esteemed guests include territorial epidemiologist Dr. Esther Ellis, territory laboratory director Dr. Brett Ellis and Dr. Tai Camille Hunte-Ceasar.
Part 1 - After a brief recap of national news, Neville James hosts Sheelene Gumbs, a crisis counselor at the Women’s Coalition, to discuss their “Post a Tribute to a Loved One” Facebook campaign today, on the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims. They discuss the culture of silence here in the territory and the issues surrounding conflict resolution. Next, Director Adrienne Williams-Octalien of the Office of Disaster Recovery appears in the studio to speak to the state of the recovery efforts with Federal Coordinating Officer Bill Vogel.
Part 1 - Neville James hosts Rabbi Michael Feshbach of The Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, the oldest synagogue still in use in the United States, in a discussion on the importance of the High Holy Days in the Jewish calendar. Rabbi Feshbach dispels some toxic myths and discusses the history of the Jewish community in the VI, the potential for reparations, and his congregation’s historic, annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.