Savannah Mayor Van Johnson and Georgia Business Leaders Underscore Importance of Digital Tools in Community Revival

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

Savannah Mayor Van Johnson joined business leaders and small business owners for a virtual webinar this week on the importance of digital platforms and services in supporting community resiliency and revival. “Tech Forward Webcast: Digital Resiliency and Community Revival in Georgia” was hosted by Jake Ward, President of the Connected Commerce Council, a non-profit membership organization representing digitally empowered small businesses. Mayor Johnson … Continue reading “Savannah Mayor Van Johnson and Georgia Business Leaders Underscore Importance of Digital Tools in Community Revival”

BVM: Brnovich Decision Not Only Dangerous; It’s A Political Attack On Voting Rights

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

LaTosha Brown and Cliff Albright, cofounders of Black Voters Matter (BVM), issued this statement in response to the July 1st Supreme Court decision in the Brnovich v. DNC case: “The court’s decision in Brnovich v. DNC is not only dangerous; it’s a political attack on voting rights. Today’s ruling, which allows states to make discriminatory rule changes in our elections … Continue reading “BVM: Brnovich Decision Not Only Dangerous; It’s A Political Attack On Voting Rights”

Deep Center Partners With Telfair Museums To Host Black Prisms

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

Deep Center and Telfair Museums present: Black Prisms – Color Bending, an interactive spoken word and audio experience, in partnership with Telfair Museums’ “Legacy of Slavery in Savannah Initiative.” The event will feature local youth artists exploring generational stories and shattering the shackles of the past using the power of light, movement, culture, and the voice. “This year, our ATAs … Continue reading “Deep Center Partners With Telfair Museums To Host Black Prisms”

The Savannah Tribune Captures Two NNPA Fund Messenger 2021 Awards

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

During the recent National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) Annual Convention, The Savannah Tribune captured two prestigious awards presented at the NNPA Fund Messenger 2021 Awards event. The NNPA Fund Messenger Awards recognizes the “Best of the Best in the Black Press.” The Savannah Tribune placed 3rd in two divisions thanks to the writings of Lauren C. James, Youth Editor. In … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Captures Two NNPA Fund Messenger 2021 Awards”

Savannah State University Presents The Effects Of Ocean Acidification In Virtual Reality

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

Savannah State University’s Visual Immersive Tangible Applications Learning (VITAL) Research Lab is hosting “The Effects of Ocean Acidification” on Friday, July 16 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The event will be held at 3219 College Street in Hubert Building D, third floor, Room 444, and is free and open to the public. There will be four 1-hour sessions. Participants … Continue reading “Savannah State University Presents The Effects Of Ocean Acidification In Virtual Reality”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

The Georgia Secretary of State is in the Process of Removing More Than 100,000 Persons From the Voter List in Our State, and More Than 39,000 are in Chatham County. Are You One of Them, Or Anyone That You May Know? If You Have Changed Your Address Or Your Name; If You Have Not Voted In The Last Two (2) … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

Weeping Time Coalition “Moving Forward For Justice”

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

A few months ago a group of concerned residents formed to oppose the building of a Transitional Center on Savannah’s West side. Citing “West Savannah” is presently in a state of despair with empty lots used for dumping, drug sales day and night, empty houses, a food desert, a 30% poverty rate and lastly the location is where the biggest … Continue reading “Weeping Time Coalition “Moving Forward For Justice””

Greenbriar Announces Christmas In July & Annual Day Of Giving

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

Greenbriar Children’s Center, a non-profit in Savannah celebrating over 72 years providing services to children and families, announces its first ever online Day of Giving in conjunction with its traditional Christmas in July event, both to be held on Friday, July 16, 2021. “Every year, The Women’s Auxiliary and The Laymen’s Auxiliary of the Berean Missionary Baptist Association sponsor our … Continue reading “Greenbriar Announces Christmas In July & Annual Day Of Giving”

Gabrielle Nelson Announces Candidacy For City Council

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

Gabrielle Nelson made the official candidacy announcement for Port Wentworth District 1 City Council last Friday, July 9th, 2021 at Port Wentworth City Hall located at 7224 Ga Hwy 21, Port Wentworth, GA 31407. Mrs. Nelson currently serves on The Port Wentworth Planning & Zoning Commission and intends to use that knowledge along with the leadership, political and planning skills … Continue reading “Gabrielle Nelson Announces Candidacy For City Council”

Georgetown Family Dental Celebrates 5 Years with Local Georgetown Community

By Savannah Tribune | July 14, 2021

On Thursday, August 5, 2021: Georgetown Family Dental is celebrating five years of successful dental services to the Georgetown community. In honor of their 5-year work anniversary, Georgetown Family Dental is hosting a drop-in celebration: Smiles in Georgetown. Smiles in Georgetown is a community wide event promoting local Georgetown health and wellness businesses. “We are so proud of the milestone … Continue reading “Georgetown Family Dental Celebrates 5 Years with Local Georgetown Community”