You’re invited to help Savannah’s MLK Observance Day Association celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during its ann…
Savannah’s MLK Observance Day Association continues to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Saturday, March 31, you’…
It is an event that brings families together for a day of fun, entertainment, and most importantly information. Join the MLK Observance Day …
Activities to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. continue this weekend as the MLK Observance Day Association hosts its…
Fifty years after his death, the world still celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.– a life dedicated to achieving peace, equali…
Calling all students, if you’ve got talent– bring it!!! Savannah’s MLK Observance Day Association is looking for young people ages 5 to 21 t…
Hundreds of local organizations, schools, churches and businesses bundled up and showed up for the 39th Annual MLK Observance Day Parade.
Dr. Ann Levett is the superintendent of Savannah Chatham County Public Schools and a 2018 MLK, Jr. Parade Marshal.
Rev. John Ruehl of Montgomery Presbyterian Church.
Tom Kohler of the Savannah Citizen Advocacy.
Dr. Cheryl Davenport Dozier is the President of Savannah State University.
Carolyn Blackshear is the President of the MLK, Jr. Observance Day Association.
Rev. Andrew Young, II of Mosaic Church.
Van Johnson is the Alderman for District 1 in Savannah.
Weslyn Bowers is the founder of Blessings in a Book Bag, a program designed to feed and empower low-income children and their families.
Rabbi Robert Haas of Congregation Mickve Israel in Savannah.
Alton Wright is a 2018 MLK, Jr. Observance Parade Marshal.
Rep. Carl Gilliard represents House District 162.
Lester B. Johnson, III/ Masjid Jihad, Savannah
Molly Lieberman runs the nonprofit Loop It Up Savannah, a community art program.