Celebrate Women's HerStory Month With WEAA

BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) —“What is our commitment as humans?” - Dr. Mae Jemison. 


To kick off Women's HerStory Month, Dr. Kaye interviews Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African American woman to travel into space. 

Reggae Roots & Culture presents special programming during the month of March, featuring women in Reggae, and women in our communities doing great works. 

Reggae Roots and Culture, Women's Herstory Month

Mar 25, 2016

Join host Papa WaBe and co-host Ichelle Cole for another special edition of Reggae Roots and Culture on Saturday morning from 10 am to 2 pm. Papa WaBe will feature only Women artists for the entire show. Live in studio guests are An-Jahla, WEAA'S own Sandi Mallory, Dera Tompkins, and "The Super Nova" Navasha Daya.


Rapelang Rabana is a technology and internet entrepreneur in the Silicon Cape, Cape Town, and founder of ReKindle Learning which delivers learning solutions on mobile devices grounded in the leading and most effective learning paradigms and methodologies for both school-goers and corporate employees. She has been appointed to the Advisory Board of Grindstone, and serves as the Chairperson for Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare, an NGO providing lifesaving health and support services exclusively to children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

Celebrating Women's History Month: Sonia Sotomayor

Mar 16, 2016

Associate justice Sonia Sotomayor is the first Latina and third woman to serve on the Supreme Court. In 1991, President George H.W. Bush nominated her to the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, where she served from 1992–1998 as its youngest judge at the time. 

Celebrating Women's History Month: Lisa Borders

Mar 16, 2016

Lisa M. Borders was named the W.N.B.A. president earlier this year. Despite her interest in the sports, however, her professional experience is in everything but—Borders has worked in healthcare, philanthropy and real estate. 

Celebrating Women's History Month: Tolu Olubunmi

Mar 9, 2016
Pete Souza / Official White House photo

Tolu Olubunmi is an internationally recognized social entrepreneur who has spent her career building innovative organizations advancing human and civil rights. She is an inaugural Leadership Institute Fellow at the Center for American Progress and holds a degree in Chemistry-Engineering.

Wake up and tune into Reggae Roots and Culture this Saturday morning from 10 am to 2 pm, as host Papa WaBe and co-host Ichelle Cole celebrate "Women's Herstory Month" by spotlighting Women in Reggae.