The Savannah State University National Alumni Association is walking to ensure that every baby has a healthy start in life.
We are also walking to honor the legacy of Savannah State University's founder and 1st president Richard R. Wright Sr. Richard R. Wright, Sr. was born enslaved near Dalton, GA in 1855. His family settled in Cuthbert, GA and in December 1866 his mother walked to Atlanta to enroll him in the Storrs School established by the American Missionary Association. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the courageous walk that Richard R. Wright Sr. made with his mother for an education and a better life for future generations.
If you would like to walk with SSUNAA and secure a t-shirt, please contact us at 912-232-2630.
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Two babies die every hour in the U.S. And about every 12 hours a woman dies as a result of complications from pregnancy.
It's not fine. That's why we March for Babies.
We march to end maternal death. We march for babies born too soon. We march for babies we have lost. We march for moms-to-be. And we march for health equity.
Join the fight for healthy moms and strong babies, and make a difference for families everywhere!
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