Keisha Gibsin Carter

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

Morning Glory Prayer Call

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

Economic Oppurtunity Authority

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

Ramah Junior Academy

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

Hodge Memorial Day Care Center

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

IN MEMORIAM:

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

Former U.S. Congressman John Conyers, whose 15-year fight to pass legislation that would make Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday a federal holiday, has died. He was 90. The longtime Michigan Democrat represented what is now the state’s 13th Congressional District (which includes parts of western Detroit) for more than 50 years. Conyers resigned in 2017. Conyers was born in … Continue reading “IN MEMORIAM:”

We Stand With Van Johnson

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

We bel ieve First District Alderman Van R. Johnson, II, is the best candidate for Mayor of Savannah. He has distinguished himself as an energetic advocate for the concerns of the residents of his District which includes several of Savannah’s densely populated neighborhoods. Although Johnson has amassed an impressive list of accomplishments in the First District, he has never lost … Continue reading “We Stand With Van Johnson”

EDITOR’S NOTE:

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

The Savannah Tribune has a proud and glorious heritage. Our history dates back to 1875, when three African-American civic and business leaders recognized the need for a newspaper dedicated to serving the African-American community. We have always been in the forefront of positive efforts to move our people in a direction that benefits us, as well as the overall community. … Continue reading “EDITOR’S NOTE:”

Groundbreaking Held For Expanded African American Civil War Museum

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

In the 400th year since the first enslaved Africans reached the shores of America, a groundbreaking in the nation’s Capital has begun a monumental $45 million expansion of a facility to honor Black veterans of the Civil War – slaves and descendants of slaves – who literally fought their way to freedom. “You all know that we started this African … Continue reading “Groundbreaking Held For Expanded African American Civil War Museum”

Mu Phi Chapter Wins State Awards

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2019

The Brothers of Mu Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi, Incorporated, were selected as the Region IV Chapter of the Year in Georgia and the State Reclamation Chapter of the Year. The chapter received the awards during the 56th Georgia State Workshop held in Columbus, Georgia, September 26-28. Under the leadership of Chapter Basileus, James Melvin, the chapter worked very … Continue reading “Mu Phi Chapter Wins State Awards”