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The Golden Globes Awards Talent Virtually In 2021

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

The 78th Golden Globes opened virtually with the nominees and award winners Zooming in to the ceremony with an audience of a small group of first responders that sat socially distanced and wore masks. Hosts Tina Fey, live from New York, and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles hosted from opposite coasts, casually joked about the attire of a few Zoom … Continue reading “The Golden Globes Awards Talent Virtually In 2021”

Women In Leadership: Rising Full Throttle At The Hungry Club Forum

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS), “Harnessing the Power of Collaboration on the issues of today and tomorrow,” will celebrate National Women’s History Month with a panel of leaders and advocates entitled “Women in Leadership: Rising Full Throttle.” The monthly, first-Saturday forum will be held on Saturday, March 6, 2021, at 9:30 AM, via a Zoom Meeting streamed … Continue reading “Women In Leadership: Rising Full Throttle At The Hungry Club Forum”

Go Deepr®

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

A new development in the music industry is inviting tune-lovers to go Deepr®. Deepr® is a Black-owned, Atlanta-based tech start-up that has developed a music discovery app for consumers as a part of a product suite platform for creators, the music industry, and the film and television industry. Co-founders Austin Webster- a graduate of the Savannah College of Art & … Continue reading “Go Deepr®”

Women’s History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Featuring Shirley Chisholm • Elected to House of Representatives – 1968 • Democrat – New York • Served 91st – 97th Congresses     Barbara Jordan   • Elected to House of Representatives – 1972 • Democrat – Texas • Served 93rd – 95th Congresses     Yvonne Brathwaite Burke • Elected to House of Representatives – 1972 • Democrat … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”

Celebrating BLACK HISTORY MONTH:

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Renty Solomon and Wyatt Goldwire were well respected men of their communities. They started transporting black students in Clyo and its surrounding areas. The role of a school bus driver is very important. Often, drivers are the first (and last) persons our children see each school day. Their services and contributions are rarely acknowledged with sincere appreciation. Black residents in … Continue reading “Celebrating BLACK HISTORY MONTH:”

Rep. Gilliard Issues Statement On The Anniversary Of Ahmaud Arbery’s Death

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

State Representative Carl Gilliard (D-Garden City) issued the following statement ahead of the first anniversary of Ahmaud Arbery’s death, which was Tuesday, February 23, 2021: “On February 23, 2020, Ahmad was killed while jogging in a Georgia suburb, and this week marks the one year anniversary since his death. Thousands of citizens, Black and white, have marched across the nation … Continue reading “Rep. Gilliard Issues Statement On The Anniversary Of Ahmaud Arbery’s Death”

Voter Suppression In Georgia: On The Rise Again!

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

The Georgia State Legislature, which is majority Repubican in the Senate and House of Representatives, is in the process of fast-tracking Anti-Voting Bills that will only enhance Voter Suppression in our state by making it more difficult to exercise the right to cast one’s vote — all this after a successful high voter turnout general election in November 2020, followed … Continue reading “Voter Suppression In Georgia: On The Rise Again!”

Junior Achievement of GA Breaks Ground On New JA Colonial Group Discovery Center of Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Junior Achievement (JA) of Georgia ceremoniously broke ground on the new JA Colonial Group Discovery Center of Savannah on Friday, February 19. The event signified the start of the renovation and retrofitting of 25,000 square feet of space on Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong campus. Together with presenting partners Colonial Oil, Inc. and Georgia Southern University, JA welcomed supporters and partners … Continue reading “Junior Achievement of GA Breaks Ground On New JA Colonial Group Discovery Center of Savannah”

The Savannah Black Heritage Festival: A Virtual Experience, Ends Feb 21st

By Savannah Tribune | February 17, 2021

The Savannah Black Heritage Festival committee invites you to enjoy the last week of the Virtual festival from the comforts of home or your safe space this week. Go to the festival website at www.savannahblackheritagefestival.org to access the schedule and the links to various programs scheduled in the final days of the festival. See the list below, and mark your … Continue reading “The Savannah Black Heritage Festival: A Virtual Experience, Ends Feb 21st”

Honoring Reverend Edward Lamar Ellis, Jr.

By Savannah Tribune | February 17, 2021

Sister Emily Nzeribe, deaconess of First Bryan Baptist, was asked to spearhead the memorial window at First Bryan Baptist Church honoring Pastor Edward L. Ellis, Jr. Rev. Ellis was the longest-serving Pastor in the history of First Bryan Baptist Church. He served for 27 years. “I knew that was something I would love to do”, said Sis. Nzeribe. “It became … Continue reading “Honoring Reverend Edward Lamar Ellis, Jr.”