Savannah State has a rich history of student-led activism on campus. From civil rights and gender equality to campus security and state desegregation, students have led protests and peaceful demonstrations to fight for their rights as students and citizens. What movement will inspire today's student? What issue moves you to make your voice heard?
This guide is intended to serve as a starting point for students to better understand popular social movements. The resources shared in this guide are not exhaustive nor do they reflect all sides and opinions of the issues explored. Rather, they hope to define the main aims and goals of the movement organizers.
For research tips on how to locate additional information regarding these issues, including those that offer dissenting opinions, visit the links below.