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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DPSCD’s interim supt. on student achievement; pathways that lead to prison. Ep 4525.
A conversation with Berry Gordy; raising awareness about human trafficking. Ep 4538.
The largest study on African Americans & cancer; workshop for small businesses. Ep 4536.
Project traces progress of Blacks in Michigan; new funding for community leaders. Ep 4524.
A student voices concern on school closings; an organization builds up communities Ep 4523
Racism and the Flint water crisis. Local head start programs get a financial boost Ep 4522
New leadership for local pastoral coalition; local women honored for their achievements.
An update on the financial health of Wayne County. Ep 4520.
Don Barden discusses being a business owner. Ep 4525/Seg 2.
A conversation with Motown founder Berry Gordy. Ep 4528/Seg 1.
Detroit Black Journal interview with Minister Rasul Muhammad. Ep 4528/Seg 2.
Details on a special event for mental health awareness month. Ep 4528/Seg 3.
Thousands of used books and media go on sale for a good cause. Ep 4527/Seg 3.
Interview with “Roots” author Alex Haley. Ep 4527/Seg 2.
A look at the economic and social conditions that sparked 1967 uprising.
An annual workshop for Detroit-area small business owners. Ep 4526/Seg 3.
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