Voting rights, the historical nature of entrenched racism and the healing powers of the Vineyard were all topics when the Congresswoman took the stage at the Tabernacle Friday.


A series of diversity, equity, and inclusion programs begins this month, sponsored by the Martha's Vineyard Nonprofit Collaborative.

Hundreds gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Vineyard Haven Friday to join a march for racial justice and equality, organized in honor of Juneteenth.

Hundreds of peaceful demonstrators flooded downtown Oak Bluffs Sunday in a march against systemic racism and police brutality. The march began at Waban Park, continued along the waterfront to Nancy’s and headed up Circuit avenue, filling the streets with signs, chants and calls for change.

Nearly 100 people attended the racial justice forum Friday, a collaboration between the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School.

Hundreds of Islanders gathered at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Monday afternoon in a show of solidarity with demonstrations that have swept the nation this past week.