American Black Journal is an historic television program that has been presenting issues and events from African-American perspectives since 1968. It is designed to be fast-paced with more segments and a mix of field and studio elements. The segments feature topics about the arts and culture and also cover community issues such as politics, race, and religion.Visit American Black Journal Website
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We conclude our Black History Month salute & look forward to Women’s History Month. E 4318
History-making judge; special events at Charles H. Wright Museum. Ep 4317.
Dr. Alma Stallworth and history-making WGPR-TV. Ep 4316.
We talk with the first black Miss USA; Black History Month art contest. Ep 4315.
Diversity in classical music; Kiwanis Club celebrates history of service. Ep 4314.
Justice For All March in D.C., educating women about heart disease. Ep 4313.
A conversation with La June Montgomery Tabron, CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Ep 4312
A frank conversation about public safety in Detroit with Police Chief James Craig. Ep 4311
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A frank discussion about stereotypes and cultural barriers. Ep 4318/Seg 3.
Our chat with a man who has achieved a number of firsts in the field of music.E 4318/Seg 1
A look at important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4318/Seg 2.
The Charles H. Wright Museum celebrates its 50th anniversary. Ep 4317/Seg 3.
The first black woman elected to the Wayne County Circuit Court. Ep 4317/Seg 1.
Kim Trent remembers important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4317.
Kim Trent looks back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4316/Seg 2.
We talk with Alma Stallworth about her memoir, “The Stallworth Legacy.” Ep 4316/Seg 1.
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