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The Southern Women’s Show Visits Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | February 19, 2020

The Southern Women’s Show (SWS) is pleased to announce that Chef Monica, Rosalynn Daniels, and Val Chmerkovskiy will be in Savannah as special celebrity guests at the 17th Annual Southern Women’s Show at the Savannah Convention Center on February 28-March 1, 2020. Don’t miss your chance to explore over 100,000 square feet of leading retailers, products and services on the … Continue reading “The Southern Women’s Show Visits Savannah”

Explore Geechee History & Culture In East Liberty County

By Savannah Tribune | February 19, 2020

Sankofa is an African word that means Go back and fetch it. “It” is an awareness of family, history, culture, photographs, and memories of sights, taste, touch, smells, and sounds of African American-Geechee people in Liberty County. The Sankofa Driving Trail will take you to fourteen significant cultural and historical sites in East Liberty County. We hope to encourage more … Continue reading “Explore Geechee History & Culture In East Liberty County”

SCAD Generates $766 Million In Economic Impact for Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | February 19, 2020

Last Thursday, Vice President of The Savannah Tribune, Tanya Milton sat down with the vice presidents of both of SCAD’s Georgia campuses to discuss their annual $766.2 million economic impact on the state and community of Savannah, GA. For the last 41 years, the Savannah College of Art and Design has intricately woven itself into the city of Savannah through … Continue reading “SCAD Generates $766 Million In Economic Impact for Georgia”

Dr. Dandy Retires After 48 Years In Business

By Savannah Tribune | February 19, 2020

Dr. James Alphonso Dandy, the first Black eye doctor in Savannah…the first black doctor to practice across Victory Drive…the first professional, other than chiropractors, to advertise on radio and television… former Chairman of the Board and Interim Executive Director of Savannah Association for the Blind… lauded in a 1995 Eye Care Business Magazine article as having the most successful black-owned … Continue reading “Dr. Dandy Retires After 48 Years In Business”

The A. Philip Randolph Institute Honors The Legacy of The Late Mr. Chester Dunham

By Savannah Tribune | February 19, 2020

On Saturday, February 22, 2020, The A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI), Savannah Chapter, will honor the legacy of the late Mr. Chester Dunham with a “Legacy Award Dinner”. Mr. Dunham was a fixture in Organized Labor, his Community and the Civil Rights Movement for most of his life. He used his passion for activism and his widely recognized voice to … Continue reading “The A. Philip Randolph Institute Honors The Legacy of The Late Mr. Chester Dunham”

Effingham & Bryan-Liberty Counties Chapters Host 38th Leadership Conference

By Savannah Tribune | February 12, 2020

Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. (TLOD), a non-profit educational, humanitarian, and community service organization, founded in Tyler, Texas in 1964, will host its 38th Area IV Leadership Conference in Savannah February 13-16, 2020 at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf & Spa Resort. Led by TLOD National Area IV Director Dr. Adrienne Boner, the conference is expecting over 500 ladies, lords … Continue reading “Effingham & Bryan-Liberty Counties Chapters Host 38th Leadership Conference”

Chatham County Gains Access To New Voting Machines

By Savannah Tribune | February 12, 2020

The entire state of Georgia will be using new voting machines on March 24th, 2020 for the presidential primary election. A. Phillip Randolph Institute (APRI) will be conducting workshops to share the machines to the Chatham County community on February 13, 2020. A morning session starting at 11:00 a.m. at Southwest Library; 14097 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31419 and an … Continue reading “Chatham County Gains Access To New Voting Machines”

Celebrating Black History Month: Remembering The Igbo Landing

By Savannah Tribune | February 12, 2020

As we celebrate Black History Month, we want to pay our respect in remembrance of Igbo Landings, which is a historic site at Dunbar Creek on St. Simons Island, Glynn County, Georgia. In 1803 one of the largest mass suicides of enslaved people took place when Igbo captives from what is now Nigeria were taken to the Georgia coast. The … Continue reading “Celebrating Black History Month: Remembering The Igbo Landing”

The 31st Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival Holds Grand Festival Day

By Savannah Tribune | February 12, 2020

Music, magic, jubilee and more filled the air, this past Saturday, as the 31st Annual Black Heritage Festival held Grand Festival Day at the Savannah Civic Center. The Grand Festival Day celebration was held throughout the Savannah Civic Center. Grand Festival Day is composed of several family-oriented activities centered around communal efforts and “blackness” as it is celebrated on Black … Continue reading “The 31st Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival Holds Grand Festival Day”

Urban Christian Academy Presents Annual Black History Program

By Savannah Tribune | February 12, 2020

Urban Christian Academy Presents Its Annual Black history program with Special guest Charmin Lee on Sunday February 16th at 12 noon., 4560 ACL Blvd.. Charmin Lee is most known as Maya’s mom on Girlfriends. Her Career continues to soar with her big screen credits like Just Mercy, What men want, Alvin and the chipmunks (RoadTrip) and Greenleaf just to name … Continue reading “Urban Christian Academy Presents Annual Black History Program”