2/11/18: Wayne County Executive Warren Evans / Pioneering Black Women in Advertising

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Stephen talks with Wayne County Executive Warren Evans about his family's deep roots in Detroit's Black history. Plus, details on a book about the trailblazing African-American women in the advertising business. Episode 4613.

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10/1/17: Motown Mansion / Diversity & Venture Capital

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One of Detroit's most famous private residences is having an estate sale and global auction. Plus, we discuss the efforts to increase minority leadership in start-ups and early stage companies. Episode 4548.

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American Black Journal Roadshow: Detroit 1967 and Today

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Tune in to American Black Journal Wednesday, 7/26 at 7pm ET to watch the American Black Journal Roadshow: Detroit 1967 and Today

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6/25/17: Superintendent Dr. Nikolai Vitti on DPSCD / Detroit 67: Perspectives

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The new superintendent of the Detroit Public Schools Community District, Dr. Nikolai Vitti, talks with Stephen Henderson about his priorities for the district, teachers, academics and student enrollment. Episode 4536.

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6/4/17: Black Detroit: A People’s History of Self-Determination / Dream Deferred: Detroit, 1967

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Award-winning author Herb Boyd joins Stephen to talk about his new book that documents the stories of African Americans in Detroit from the 1800s to the present day. Episode 4533.

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

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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.

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

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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.

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

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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.

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Environmental Justice in Detroit / Race Relations & Justice

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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.

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10/2/16: The HistoryMakers / Don Davis Legacy Foundation

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African American HistoryMakers from across the country go back to school to encourage students to overcome their challenges and achieve success.

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7/17/16: United We Stand Sculpture / Black History Maker

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On the next American Black Journal, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History prepares to unveil a landmark sculpture commemorating the 1967 riots. Episode 4441.

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5/22/16: Detroit Fly-In / Tuskegee Airmen

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We go on the road at Detroit City Airport for a special look at careers in aviation. Plus, members of the Tuskegee Airmen stop by to share their history-making stories. Episode 4433.

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5/8/16: MDOT Trailblazer / 1967 Detroit

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We celebrate the achievements of MDOT’s first African-American female Southwest Region Engineer. Plus, details on two major projects that are taking a look back at 1967 Detroit.

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5/1/16: Wayne County Commissioner Martha Scott / Bookstock

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Local Black history maker Martha Scott; details on metro Detroit's largest used book and media sale. Episode 4430.

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10/25/15: African-American 490 Challenge / Live6 Alliance

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A coalition of African-American women’s groups comes together to raise money to get more than 1,000 abandoned rape kits processed. We have details on this new campaign that’s bringing awareness to sexual assault. Plus, we have a special report on the Detroit neighborhood long known for its commercial corridor, and the new plans to revitalize the area. Episode 4404.

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