American Black Journal, 2018 Episode List
Stephen talks with Wayne County Executive Warren Evans about his family's deep roots in Detroit's Black history. Original air date: 2/11/18.
As American Black Journal celebrates its 50th year on Detroit Public Television, the show went on the road to the William V. Banks Broadcast Museum & Media Center for a frank conversation on the opportunities available for African-Americans to tell their story. Original air date: 2/4/18.
Detroit non-profit organizations that assist the homeless launch a new approach at getting people off the streets and into shelters and housing. We'll get the details on this new program model. Original air date: 1/28/18.
We have the incredible story of Mario Bueno, who turned his life around after a childhood filled with drug abuse, violence and a prison sentence for killing a drug dealer at the age of 16. Original air date: 1/21/18.
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is hosting a commemorative breakfast and daylong celebration for the Martin Luther King holiday. We'll get the details on the family friendly activities and special guests at the event. Original air date: 1/14/18.
A Detroit musuem dedicated to the country's first Black-owned-and-operated television station, WGPR-TV 62, is celebrating its 1st anniversary with a public event on Martin Luther King Day. Original air date: 1/7/18.