ABOUT Tonyaa Weathersbee
March 06, 2013
The president, who died at age 58 this week, was a leader who helped bring their struggles to light.
Tonyaa Weathersbee writes at BlackAmericaWeb that with an unemployment rate of 13.8 percent, blacks in America face a bleak economic landscape. And jobs that once paved the way to the middle class are being replaced by technology.
Blogging at BlackAmericaWeb, Tonyaa Weathersbee dismantles a plan by Arizona's controversial Sheriff Joe Arpaio to have armed posses patrol elementary schools.
Writing at BlackAmericaWeb, Tonyaa Weathersbee explains the importance of the civil rights issue currently before the Supreme Court.
BlackAmericaWeb blogger Tonyaa Weathersbee identifies a common theme -- racism -- to explain why Birthers are still asking questions about President Obama's citizenship long after he produced his birth certificate.
Citing a Diane Sawyer interview, BlackAmericaWeb blogger Tonyaa Weathersbee says that Whitney Houston wanted most what many other women want: to watch her child grow up and be able to marvel over the circle of life that she'd had a hand in creating.
Blogging at BlackAmericaWeb, Tonyaa Weathersbee notes the GOP's hypocrisy in its apparent acceptance of Newt Gingrich's marital infidelities and its rejection of Herman Cain's alleged affairs.
BlackAmericaWeb blogger Tonyaa Weathersbee says that African Americans are repelled by the Republican Party because its leaders are too lazy and callous to understand black history.
Civil rights martyrs Harry and Harriette Moore deserve honoring, Tonyaa Weathersbee writes in a blog entry at Black America Web. The couple was killed in 1951 on Christmas Day.
BlackAmericaWeb columnist Tonyaa Weathersbee argues that students should also accept blame for the tragic hazing death at FAMU.
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