Bring That Week Back: Tamron Hall Becomes First Black Woman to Co-Host Today

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Tamron Hall Joins Today Show

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Tamron Hall Joins Today Show

On Monday, journalist Tamron Hall officially joined NBC’s Today show as a co-anchor for the program’s 9 a.m. hour. She is the first African-American woman to fill the role. In previous weeks, she was a fill-in host before getting the permanent gig. (Photo: Brad Barket/PictureGroup)

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