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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”

Bill Cosby Urges Black Press To ‘Push Forward’

By Savannah Tribune | July 07, 2021

The Penns ylvania Supreme Court’s ruling to vacate Bill Cosby’s conviction is not only about vindication for the comedian. For Cosby, it is now about helping other Black men who were falsely accused. He told the Black Press in an exclusive telephone conversation just hours after his release from a prison outside of Philadelphia. “This is an opportunity that the … Continue reading “Bill Cosby Urges Black Press To ‘Push Forward’”

Donna Williams Announces Her Candidacy For Garden City, Council Member At-Large

By Savannah Tribune | July 07, 2021

On Friday, July 2, 2021, at City Hall surrounded by Garden City supporters, family and friends, local community advocate, founder/executive director of S2S Facts announced her candidacy for the council member At-Large seat in the upcoming municipal election in Garden City, GA scheduled for November 2, 2021. “After a lot of thought, prayer, and support from many residents and family, … Continue reading “Donna Williams Announces Her Candidacy For Garden City, Council Member At-Large”

Julius Hall Announces His Candidacy For Mayor Of Port Wentworth, Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | July 07, 2021

On Friday, June 11th, 2021 Julius Hall announced his candidacy for Mayor of Port Wentworth, Georgia, on the steps of City Hall. A citizen of Port Wentworth, Georgia, Julius Hall has thrown his hat into the ring, not to become a politician, but to become a servant leader for the people and City of Port Wentworth, Georgia. Hall shared his … Continue reading “Julius Hall Announces His Candidacy For Mayor Of Port Wentworth, Georgia”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | July 07, 2021

More than 100,000 persons statewide, including approximately 39,000 in Chatham County, are being Removed, From The Voter List In Georgia. Are you one of them, or anyone that you may know? Be Proactive & Vigilant! Protect Your Vote! 1. If You Are A Registered Voter, Check Your Voting Status Today! Make It A Habit to Check Your Voting Status Every … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

Good Times To Host 4th of July Celebration With Special Guest Performances

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

Savannah’ s premiere jazz venue Good Times Jazz Bar and Restaurant is set to host the Fourth of July weekend with performances by “Dred ‘Perky’ Scott” featuring the Good Times All Stars with Teddy Adams, Eric Jones, Marc Chesanow and Robert Saunders. Performances are set to take place on Friday, July 2 and Saturday, July 3 from 8 PM to … Continue reading “Good Times To Host 4th of July Celebration With Special Guest Performances”

Critical Race Theory – What Is All The Fuss About?

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

Critical race theory has been around since the 1970’s. However, the concept has gained interest among those who seek to rewrite history and silence the voices of those who seek to make sure that the realities of history are known, no matter how bad they are. Critical race theory is a framework to better understand historical, social, political, and economic … Continue reading “Critical Race Theory – What Is All The Fuss About?”

SCAD Announces Veronica Biggins As New Chair Of Board Of Trustees

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is pleased to announce the appointment of J. Veronica Biggins as chair of the SCAD Board of Trustees. Biggins has been a member of SCAD’s Board of Trustees since 2018, and she assumes the chairperson role following the retirement of the previous board chair. As chair, she will lead the governing board … Continue reading “SCAD Announces Veronica Biggins As New Chair Of Board Of Trustees”