Are You Ready For The 2022 Primary & General Elections?

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

1. Check Your Voter Status every week at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov to Confirm or Update your Name and Address and make any needed changes. You Do Not Want To Be Purged from the Voting List. 2. Register To Vote if you are at least 17 ½ years of age or a New resident of Georgia: registertovote.sos.ga.gov 3. Absentee Ballot Applications. You Must … Continue reading “Are You Ready For The 2022 Primary & General Elections?”

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Jericho Brown Coming To Georgia Southern March 9-10

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

The Georgia Southern University Department of Literature will host Jericho Brown, a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and National Book Award Finalist, for two events on March 9-10. Both events are open to the public. Georgia Southern graduate student LaVonna Wright will introduce Brown, an honor she didn’t expect. Wright has been studying Brown’s work throughout her time as an undergraduate English … Continue reading “Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Jericho Brown Coming To Georgia Southern March 9-10”

Women’s History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

Savannah Suffragette and The “Esther” of Her Time Amelia Isadora Platts Boynton Robinson was born in Savannah, Georgia, August 18, 1911, to George and Anna Eliza Platts. She attended the Georgia State Industrial College for Colored Youth (now Savannah State University) for two years then transferred to Tuskegee Institute (now Tuskegee University), and earned a degree in home economics (1927). … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”

Your Favorite Disney Characters Return To Savannah!

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

Courage leads the way for Disney’s most adventurous heroes when Disney On Ice presents Dream Big will debut in brand new Enmarket Arena, 620 Stiles Ave., for six fun-filled performances from March 18- 20, 2022. Dream Big features favorite Disney friends such as Mickey, Minnie, Miguel, Moana, Elsa, Belle, Genie, and more highlighting all the magic and adventure of Disney’s … Continue reading “Your Favorite Disney Characters Return To Savannah!”

Russia & Inflation Take SOTU Centerstage As President Briefly Mentions Voting Rights

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

When President Joe Biden took the podium for the annual State of the Union Address, it marked the first time two women – Vice President Kamala Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi – sat on the dais for the official address. The President began by addressing the elephant in the room – or at least Eastern Europe. He declared that … Continue reading “Russia & Inflation Take SOTU Centerstage As President Briefly Mentions Voting Rights”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE GEORGIA SUFFRAGETTES

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

During Women’s History Month, The Savannah Tribune, in partnership with Savannah Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc., the League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia and the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, will feature articles highlighting Savannah and Georgia women and others in the U.S. who have been active trailblazers in women’s Suffrage and Get Out The Vote … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE GEORGIA SUFFRAGETTES”

West Broad Seventh-day Adventist Church Welcomes Pastor Kaggia and Rondora Scott

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

Kaggia Kimathi Scott was born to Roland and Donna Scott of Detroit, Ml, on December 20, 1971. He is the product of Christian education, having attended Adventist schools in four states, including Peterson Warren Academy in Michigan, Griswald Christian Academy in Ohio, Pine Forge Academy in Pennsylvania, and Oakwood University in Alabama. Degrees conferred on him thus far include a … Continue reading “West Broad Seventh-day Adventist Church Welcomes Pastor Kaggia and Rondora Scott”

Savannah Classical Academy Hosts Spring Fine Arts Night March 24th

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

Savannah Classical Academy (SCA) is slated to host their Spring Fine Arts Night at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 24. SCA parents and the wider community are invited to join SCA for an evening of entertainment in the school gymnasium, located at 705 E Anderson St., Savannah GA 31401. During this event, SCA’s upper school vocal ensemble will perform a … Continue reading “Savannah Classical Academy Hosts Spring Fine Arts Night March 24th”

Women’s History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

African-American Writer, Educator, Administrator and Suffragist Born during the Civil War in 1863 in Sparta, GA to Mariah Hunt (free woman of color) and Henry Hunt (plantation owner), the fourth of their eight children. • Educated at Bass Academy and Atlanta University; taught primary school in Albany, GA. Accepts teaching position at Tuskegee Institute (AL); becomes an activist for education … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life Of Willie Lee Williams, Sr.

By Savannah Tribune | March 09, 2022

Willie Lee Williams of Athens died Tuesday, February 22, 2202 after a long illness. Willie was born April 1 1934 to his late parents, Louis and Bessie Williams (nee) Miles in Madison, Georgia. The oldest of eight children, Willie was a proud and ardent supporter of family from an early age. Willie never forgot his humble beginnings and those memories … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life Of Willie Lee Williams, Sr.”