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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Childhood development in Michigan; success of Detroit-based White Construction. Ep 4233.
Underground Railroad conference comes to town; Detroiter inspires black males. Ep 4232.
Local connection to the 1964 Freedom Summer Project, plus Detroit pride goes on display.
We take a look at the recommendations of the Detroit Blight Removal Task Force. Ep 4230.
Jazz violinist Regina Carter talks about her career and growing up in Detroit. Ep 4229.
Black fathers, families, and relationships. Episode 4228.
Brown vs. Board of Education; discussion of groundbreaking film, "Belle." Ep 4227.
Ford Freedom Award honors extraordinary heroes; African Liberation Day activities.
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A look at the state of childhood development in Michigan. Episode 4233/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at black life in Detroit. Ep 4233/Seg 2.
W. Bernard White shares his secrets to entrepreneurial success. Ep 4233/Seg 3.
Young man uses his life experiences to inspire other black males. Ep. 4232/S3.
A national conference focusing on the Underground Railroad comes to Detroit. Ep 4232.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4232/Seg 2.
Two local men who took part in the 1964 Freedom Summer Project. Episode 4231/Segment 1.
Detroiters put their community pride on display. Episode 4231/Segment 3.
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