American Black Journal

"With more than 40 years of weekly programs, American Black Journal is a window into American history. Today, the show continues to be a vibrant and provocative forum for newsmakers, celebrities and everyday people."

American Black Journal

This series features topics about the arts, culture, and also community issues such as politics, race, and religion- all in fast-paced segments and a mix of field and studio elements. Stephen Henderson, the host of American Black Journal is a Detroit native, has been honored with more than a dozen national awards.

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The nation's first black-owned TV station; Rock N Roll Hall of Famer Little Willie John.
HistoryMakers Day of Service / Sculptor Austen Brantley

HistoryMakers Day of Service / Sculptor Austen Brantley

Black leaders go back to school to inspire students; sculptor takes the art world by storm

President Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" / Julian Bond

President Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" / Julian Bond

A discussion on efforts to provide African-American youth educational opportunities & more

Dr. King's Dream: How Far Have We Come?

Dr. King's Dream: How Far Have We Come?

We reflect on the work of Dr. King and discuss the efforts to further his vision.

Presented by:

Detroit Public TV

Providing support for PBS.org

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