American Black Journal

3/12/17: Flint Water Crisis Report / Head Start Innovation Fund

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

A comprehensive report by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission indicates race played a role in the Flint water crisis. Episode 4522.

Read More

3/5/17: Council of Baptist Pastors of Detroit / Career Mastered Awards

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

The first female leader of Detroit's Council of Baptist Pastors shares her list of priorities for making Detroit a better place for residents and visitors. Episode 4521.

Read More

2/26/17: Wayne County Update / Closing the Gap Detroit

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

An organization that is helping first generation and low income students realize their dreams of going to college. Episode 4520.

Read More

2/19/17: Tuskegee Airmen / Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

One of the original Tuskegee Airmen, 94-year-old Frederick Henry, Sr., talks with Stephen about how the unit helped pave the way for full integration of the U.S military. Episode 4519.

Read More

2/12/17: "Married But Single Too" / Black History Month at the Wright

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

A star-studded lineup as we welcome the cast members of the new stage play "Married But Single Too," premiering in Detroit this week. Episode 4518.

Read More

2/5/17: American Black Journal talks mentorship at the Downtown Boxing Gym

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

More than 100 community members and thought leaders joined together to discuss the value of mentorship in developing leaders of the next generation.

Read More

Detroit Public Television Honors Black History Month with a Variety of Programming Throughout February

Posted by Lea Vigi on

Detroit Public Television (DPTV) is proud to celebrate Black History this February and all year round!

Read More

1/29/17: African-Americans Under a Trump Administration

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

A special roundtable discussion on the future for African-Americans and other minorities under a Trump administration. Episode 4517.

Read More

Roadshow: Mentorship and Education

Last Updated by Cheryl Spitale Jones on

Coming February 5, 2017 - American Black Journal takes to the road to produce a special one-hour edition focused on mentorship and education. Hosted by Stephen Henderson, the show will be recorded at the Downtown Boxing Gym in January and feature several community leaders including Boxing Gym Founder and Program Director, Khali Sweeney.

Read More

1/22/17: Ceasefire Detroit / Detroit Repertory Theatre

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

Law enforcement, church leaders and community groups team up to fight gun violence and gang crime in Detroit. Plus, a venerable neighborhood theatre in Detroit celebrates a milestone anniversary. Episode 4516.

Read More

1/15/17: Men of Courage / 2016 NEIdeas Winners

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

Ford Motor Company encourages African-American men across the country to make the MLK holiday a Day of Action in the fight for economic and social change. Plus, we meet some of the small businesses that won last year's NEIdeas Challenge. Episode 4515.

Read More

1/8/17: WGPR-TV Museum / Young Fathers Standing United (YFSU)

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

The historic achievements of the nation's first Black owned and operated television station are being celebrated in a new Detroit museum opening on Martin Luther King Day. Plus, a local non-profit expands its efforts to support and educate Detroit-area fathers on how to better engage with their children. Episode 4514.

Read More

1/1/17: The Best of American Black Journal in 2016

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

Stephen looks back at some of his memorable guests and segments on the show in 2016. Episode 4513.

Read More

12/25/16: Mayor Karen Weaver / Rhodes Scholar Aaron Robertson

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

Flint mayor Karen Weaver joins us for a wide-ranging discussion about the water crisis in her city. Episode 4512.

Read More

Environmental Justice in Detroit / Race Relations & Justice

Last Updated by American Black Journal Editor on

A Detroit group working to make the city cleaner and healthier is developing the city's first ever Climate Action Plan. Plus, an in-depth Detroit Journalism Cooperative interview with Wayne State University law professor Peter Hammer about race relations and justice in southeast Michigan.

Read More

American Black Journal is a part of

One Detroit - Detroit Public TV

 

American Black Journal is Funded by

DTE Energy Foundation

 

Ford Motor Company Fund

 

masco

 

 

WKKF_LOGO_RGB_square wordmark.png

 

And viewers like you

Broadcast Information

56.1 DPTV-HD

Sundays 9:30 a.m. ET
Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. ET

56.4 DPTV WORLD Channel

Saturdays 5:30 p.m. ET
Sundays 6:30 p.m. ET

 

viewer survey image 2.png
Connect With American Black Journal
Facebook   Twitter   YouTube

Sign up for the American Black Journal newsletter
Now
Primetime
Search TV Schedule
 
Find your favorite episodes, programs or movies Back to the TV Schedule Grid
CURRENT PROVIDER: | Change Provider Print TV Schedule
 
 
 
WATCH PREVIEW
SEE MORE AIRDATES
PROVIDER:
CURRENT CHANNEL:
CHANNEL:
SELECTED TIME: