This Week on WEAA
Donald Trump’s meeting with HBCU presidents is receiving dubious reactions at best, in the wake of the antics of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and White House staffer Kellyanne Conway. First Edition host Sean Yoes opens the phone lines to get the response of our listeners. Then, Yoes speaks with veteran White House correspondent April Ryan, who is covering her fourth president.
Dressed and Highly Favored provides listeners with a brief window into Black Baltimore's history of fashion merchandising and design.
Four jazz giants and living legends collide once again on the Smoke Session Recording label. Four in One is the latest effort of the Heads of State, which is comprised of saxophonist and Baltimore native Gary Bartz; pianist Larry Willis; drummer Al Foster; and the latest addition to the ensemble, bassist David "Happy" Williams.
All of us are feeling it. We see it happening every day. While representing constituents in Illinois’ 103 rd district, I watch the tragedy of an entire state losing good, blue collar jobs on a constant basis.
NFCB Membership Program Director Ernesto Aguilar included WEAA in an article about the 8 music stations to hear in 2017, published on Medium.com.
WEAA first began broadcasting on January 10, 1977. For the station's 40th anniversary, read the story of WEAA's first year, as told in a 1977 issue of Morgan Magazine.