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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Money for minority-owned businesses; helping young girls with self-esteem issues. Ep 4309.
What’s next for Detroit after bankruptcy? UAW-Ford honors employees. Ep. 4308.
We talk with Wayne County Executive-elect Warren Evans. Episode 4307.
Efforts to protect Michigan residents from the ebola virus; new President of DEGC. Ep 4306
We talk with the director and cast members of Motown the Musical. Episode 4305.
Changes at UDM; condition of healthcare for minorities. Episode 4304.
Tavis Smiley discusses his new book, career, and other projects. Ep 4303.
African-American history makers; at-risk youth get on the path to success. Ep 4302.
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Minority-owned businesses in Detroit now have a new pool of money available. Ep 4309/Seg 1
Important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4309/Seg 2.
A local author has a life-changing message for girls of color. Ep 4309/Seg 3.
What lies ahead for Detroit and its stakeholders? Ep 4308/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman highlights important black history events. Ep 4308/Seg 2.
UAW-Ford honors employees for giving back to the community. Ep 4308/Seg 3.
We talk with Warren Evans, the newly elected Wayne County Executive. Ep 4307/Seg 1.
Warren Evans discusses the changes he plans to make in Wayne County. Ep 4307/Seg 3.
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