Scenes from the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus Conference

By | September 01, 2010

NAACP Deeply Disappointed in Troy Davis Decision

By | September 01, 2010

The NAACP is deeply disappointed in the decision by a Georgia federal district judge who ruled that death row inmate Troy Anthony Davis did not prove his innocence in an evidentiary hearing held earlier this summer. The United States Supreme Court in August 2009, ordered a federal judge in Georgia to grant Davis an evidentiary hearing to prove his innocence. … Continue reading “NAACP Deeply Disappointed in Troy Davis Decision”

State Selected as Phase II Winner of Unprecedented Federal Grant Opportunity

By | September 01, 2010

ATLANTA – Governor Sonny Perdue has announced that Georgia was selected as a winner by the U.S. Department of Education for the second round of “Race to the Top” grants. The state is projected to receive $400 million over four years to The Race to the Top fund is a $4 billion grant opportunity provided in the American Recovery and … Continue reading “State Selected as Phase II Winner of Unprecedented Federal Grant Opportunity”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | September 01, 2010

The Savannah State football team returns 15 starters for the 2010 season but will also rely on youth. Three freshmen could be in the starting lineup when the Tigers open the season at Georgia Southern on September 4 and ten more are listed as top reserves. Despite giving up 25 sacks in 2009, the strength of the offense will lie … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”