Domestic Injustice: A Brief Biography Of Tamron Hall

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Tamron Hall was born September 16, 1970 in Lulling, Texas. She is the daughter of Mary Newton and stepfather Clarence Newton. Her stepfather was in the military. During her early childhood, she loved acting and doing things that got her the place she has in life now. Her stepfather is who inspired her to be journalist. Her parents divorced when she was just 8 years old. Tamron went to Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism. In 1992, she got a position as a general assignment reporter at KBTX network of Bryan College Station, Texas. She worked there until 1994. She then went to work for KTVT in Ft. Worth, Texas. Later, she moved to Chicago and stayed there many years. In 2004, her sister, Renate, was murdered in Houston, Texas. They found her body floating in the pool. She was in an abusive relationship with a man for years. Many believe that this was cause from domestic abuse. Until this day, no arrest has been made and the case is still unsolved. Her sister’s death has affected Tamron’s relationship with men. In 2007, she scored an interview with Barack Obama, right before he announced that he was going to run for president. She is also the first African-American woman to co-anchor on the Today Show. Today, she is currently on “Deadline: Crime” on the Investigation…show more content…
She shows a lot of integrity and strength with her career. She is also very smart and intelligent at what she does. I admire her because we have a few things in common. She had a stepfather who she admired just I did. They divorced soon after she was born, my parents divorced too. She doesn’t let negativity stop her from being great. Also, she is known for her good looks and clothing she wears. She was replaced by Megyn Kelly on the Today Show after she had been at the network for 10 years. She came from a poor background but, made it out and is very
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