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Economic Opportunity Authority Celebrates MLK

Monday marks what would have been the 88th birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. and celebrations are already under way.

Today, Savannah’s Economic Opportunity Authority (EOA) held their 45th annual observance, joining together to celebrate diversity in remembrance of MLK. 225 more words


Our Hometown: Savannah-Chatham EOA hosts 45th annual MLK Observance today

Join the Economic Opportunity for Savannah-Chatham County, Inc. for their 45th Martin Luther King, Jr. Program and Community Observance Thursday, January 12 beginning at noon in the Aaron Buschbaum Learning Center on May Street. 43 more words

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More than a Parade: Savannah's MLK Observance Day Association kicks off 2017 Celebration

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is considered to be one of the most important figures of the 20th century.

In Savannah, the Martin Luther King, Jr. 162 more words


Country artists condemn LGBT laws, but labels silent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Several country music artists and songwriters have condemned proposed laws that critics say discriminate against LGBT people, but anyone looking for reaction from the record labels and production companies on Nashville’s Music Row has heard only the sound of silence. 896 more words


MLK Observance Day Association keeps the dream alive through scholarships

April 4, 2016 marks 48 years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated.

Tonight, Savannah’s MLK Observance Day Association will honor the legacy of the late civil rights leader by investing in our future. 87 more words


Our Hometown: MLK Association Gears Up for Annual Freedom Dinner and Dance Gala

The federal holiday honoring his life and ccomplishments has come and gone but Savannah’s MLK Observance Day Association continues to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 58 more words


Community Leaders Reflect on the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

As the nation pauses to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., several community member reflect on the late civil rights leader’s dream and what it means today. 22 more words

Celebrating Black History