The Municipal Archives recognizes Black History Month
The Liberator, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1, 1831
In 1831, William Lloyd Garrison started The Liberator, published weekly with a focus on anti-slavery topics. The newspaper was popular among African Americans and was circulated widely in northern states. Many in the south however, considered the newspaper blasphemy; for example, the Georgia government offered a $5,000 award for the capture of Garrison. The last issue of The Li...berator was published in December of 1865 after the passing of the Thirteenth Amendment. Garrison was not only an abolitionist but a supporter of women’s rights, voicing his opinions in The Liberator. Celebrate Black History Month by discovering the W. W. Law Periodical Collection.
See the W.W. Law Periodical Collection here: http://www.savannahga.gov/DocumentCenter/View/9977
VIDEO: City Celebrates Black History Month from our Archives Department. You can see this story and many more all this month on SGTV's City Span... weekdays on the 3's, 7's and 11's (Comcast Channel 8).
Can the city of Savannah look at alternate ways to lower the bill such as:
obviously the crime is first and the other two things are the parking which is horrendous
That said, I reduced the number of stars because of the greedy government
It seems to me that this is an underhande