WEAA celebrates 45 years of educating African Americans
WEAA is celebrating 45 years of being the voice of the community!
The station first began broadcasting on January 10, 1977.
In honor of WEAA’s 45th year, Dr. Kaye is joined by a number of distinguished individuals who share the significance and history
of the public radio station.
During the first hour, Dr. Kaye is also joined by Brittany L. Feijoo, a research associate and nurse practitioner at the Johns Hopkins who shares her expertise on COVID-19 vaccines for children.
Happy 45th Anniversary to @MorganStateU's own WEAA-FM. Establishing WEAA 88.9 FM radio 45 years ago gave “power to the people” through educational programming, news, talk shows and of course music. Don’t forget to support our public radio station @WEAA889! #WEAA #Baltimore pic.twitter.com/D3SAVvSAyF— Kweisi Mfume (@Mfume4Congress) January 10, 2022
Congrats on 45 years @WEAA889!! My grandfather would be proud. He drove his Buick LeSabre and kept it locked on 88.9 listening to jazz back in the 80s. And later, I got the chance to guest host. What an honor. And mom is a graduate of the #NationalTreasure @MorganStateU! pic.twitter.com/TsnVi4IXtJ— T.J. Smith (@TJSmithSocial) January 11, 2022
🎂🥂 Happy Anniversary WEAA!!! So glad to have such a wonderful radio station 🎧🎶 in our hometown! Wishing many more 💜— DEADDREAM (@DeaddreamMusic) January 11, 2022
Happy Birthday to The Voice of the Community! @talkshowguy https://t.co/d48EpgXa2p— Gayle V. Economos (@GVEMediaPR) January 10, 2022
What a fabulous celebration! Thanks to @WEAA889 for its service to community...❤️— Promise Heights (@promiseheights) January 10, 2022