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 chat with DPS superintendent; new exhibit on the 1967 rebellion. Ep 4536.
New book recounts the life of Jackie Wilson; special report on poverty. Ep 4535.
Arise Detroit prepares for 11th Neighborhoods Day; new Detroit music with a message.
Book tells stories of black Detroiters; original production addresses 1967 Detroit riots.
JPMorgan Chase invests in city businesses; details on the Cinetopia Film Festival. Ep 4532
A look at the state of foster care; a 6K race to raise money for cancer survivors. E 4531.
New effort to help Detroiters manage their money; students get hands-on experience. E 4530
Young Detroiters get on-the-job experience; a traveling Black History Museum. Ep 4529.
We talk the new DPSCD Superintendent about his priorities for the district. Ep 4536/S1.
A look back at the disturbance of '67 through the stories of those who lived it. Ep 4536/3
Detroit Black Journal interview about the significance of Black art. Ep 4536/Seg 2.
A 1995 interview with The Electrifying Mojo. Ep 4535/Seg 2.
A nationwide program that is changing the way we view poverty. Ep 4535/Seg 3.
New book recounts the life of Jackie Wilson. Ep 4535/Seg 1.
Arise Detroit gets ready for the 11th Annual Neighborhoods Day. Ep 4534/Seg 1.
A new compilation of spoken word songs that’s geared toward young males. Ep 4534/Seg 3.
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