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Mosaic poster of executed Savannah native Troy Anthony Davis. (Courtesy of NAACP)  From the time he was first placed on trial for the murder of Savannah police officer Mark Allen MacPhail in 1989 until his death by execution one year ago, September 21, 2011, more questions than answers...
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Tracy Martin, Jahvaris Fulton, and Sybrina Fulton, the family of slain teenager Trayvon Martin. (photo by Benjamin Myers/Reuters)   Florida State Attorney Angela Corey’s announcement April 11 that George Zimmerman had been arrested on charges of second-degree murder for the shooting of...
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Photo of artwork by Luther E. Vann with image and bio of artist in the center. (courtesy of Luther E. Vann) The “Songs of My People” art exhibition, featuring fifteen new works by Savannah and New York artist Luther E. Vann, celebrated co-creator of the landmark art and poetry book ELEMENTAL, The...
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After many people had made their peace with the idea of Georgia death-row inmate Troy Anthony Davis’ life ending at 7 p.m. on September 21, 2011, the U.S. Supreme Courts just after 7 p.m. issued a call for a “temporary delay” of his death, but then again at 10:20 said it would not block the...
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The chorus of protests against the imprisonment of Troy Anthony Davis that have risen repeatedly over the past two decades received a crushing rebuttal September 6 when a Chatham County (Georgia) County Superior Court judge signed a warrant for the inmate’s execution. As it stands, Davis’s...