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Memorial Tribute for Myron Smith

By Savannah Tribune | July 31, 2020

The Memorial Tribute for Myron Smith will be held on Saturday, August 1, 2020. Myron Smith was born on Aug. 1, 1971, in Savannah, GA where he graduated from Sol C. Johnson High School and matriculated to Savannah State University and Rutgers University. Mr. Smith was a proud husband and a devoted father. He enjoyed a career as a compliance engineer … Continue reading “Memorial Tribute for Myron Smith”

The State of the U.S. Recovery — A Few Key Economic Indicators

By Savannah Tribune | July 31, 2020

We are now a few months past the most dire predictions for the U.S. economy. As the full severity of the coronavirus pandemic became clear in the spring, we were plunged into a recession without much of a light at the end of the tunnel. Jobs were lost in droves, and the Federal Reserve projected high unemployment over the long … Continue readingThe State of the U.S. Recovery — A Few Key Economic Indicators

LIVESTREAM — 5.28.2020 1PM ET — The impact of COVID-19 on Black Communities

By Savannah Tribune | July 09, 2020

Click here to jump to video on BlackPressUSA TV’s Youtube Page Dr. Leigh-Ann Webb, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Virginia, will moderate a panel of four of the nation’s leading physicians. Together, they will answer your questions and provide factual information to help you stay safe and healthy during the pandemic. PANELISTS INCLUDE: Dr. Cameron Webb, MD, JD … Continue reading “LIVESTREAM — 5.28.2020 1PM ET — The impact of COVID-19 on Black Communities”

The Federal Reserve Projects High Unemployment As Recession Hits The US economy

By Savannah Tribune | June 22, 2020

In the first economic forecast of 2020, the Federal Reserve expects a cumbersome economic recovery from the pandemic-induced recession, with unemployment figures expected to rise and rates staying near zero for several years to come. Such was the sum total of its verdict delivered in Wednesday’s news conference, after concluding a two-day policy meeting. In the immediate aftermath, stock markets … Continue reading “The Federal Reserve Projects High Unemployment As Recession Hits The US economy”