Kesha Gibson-Carter’s moment

Former Rape Crisis Center director announces blockbuster lawsuit, City Council candidacy within one-week period
IN A year beset by leadership departures at some of Savannah’s top institutions — Telfair Museums, Savannah Music Festival, the Philharmonic and City Hall, to name a few — the events around Kesha Gibson-Carter’s removal last year as head of the Savannah Rape Crisis Center were perhaps the most shocking and most indicative of larger problems. In her role as an advocate, she was a tireless fighter.

Georgia HB 83: The Politics of Recess

There is an abundance of scientific research that unequivocally proves that daily recess is essential for children

Georgia HB 481: The politics of a woman's uterus

On many legislative issues, lawmakers can find some common ground, but on the abortion issue, there is no middle-of-the-road

Nick Palumbo to run for Fourth District Alderman

'We’re a world-class city to visit. Let’s make it a world-class city to live.'
SHAKING UP this year’s upcoming City of Savannah elections, popular local neighborhood activist Nick Palumbo is going to run for City Council in the Fourth District, currently represented by Julian Miller. He makes his official announcement this afternoon at 2 p.m. in Hull Park. Palumbo recently completed a very active tenure as President of the Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent Neighborhood Association.

Georgia HB 8: The Politics of Periods

The cost of pads, tampons, and menstrual cups alone will run a woman about $6,000 over the years she menstruates -- and right now Georgia applies a luxury tax to those items.

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