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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A look at health, wellness, and fitness in the black community. Ep 4334.
48th anniv. of the Detroit riots; two organizations help young people succeed. Ep 4333.
State of the black child in Detroit; BALL Foundation Camp; Racquet Up Detroit. Ep 4332.
Forgotten Harvest fights hunger; local girl publishes her first book. Ep 4331.
This episode is discusses hate crimes, civil rights, and gun laws.
We discuss a new book on Black Fatherhood and the 9th annual Arise Detroit event. Ep 4329.
We take a look back at some of this year’s memorable interviews.
An in-depth conversation with Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy. Ep 4327.
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The importance of mental health awareness among African-Americans. Ep 4334/Seg 3.
Dr. Lonnie Joe discusses the upcoming Natl. Medical Association Convention. Ep 4334/Seg
Ken Coleman takes a historical look at life in Detroit. Ep 4334/Seg 2.
We take a look at the new Outdoor Adventure Center. Ep 4334/Seg 4.
Commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the ’67 Detroit riots. Ep 4333/Seg 1.
Franklin-Wright Settlements helps prepare students for college and work. Ep 4333.
A Detroit program helps young people develop into leaders. Ep 4333/Seg 4.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4333/Seg 2.