9/13/18: One Detroit / Michigan Election / Church of Messiah / Monique Stanton

One Detroit is Detroit Public TV’s weekly public affairs program, offering a fresh, new form of local journalism. With reporters embedded in our diverse communities, One Detroit will tell authentic stories of our people, capturing their struggles, successes and aspirations for the future. Features in the premiere episode include a discussion on the Governor's race, a report on the large group of young African-American men who attend the Church of the Messiah in Detroit's Islandview community, and a profile on Monique Stanton, President & CEO of CARE of Southeastern Michigan.

American Black Journal

9/9/18: We’re Standing By / Detroit Sports Zone High School Hall of Fame

On the next American Black Journal, Chastity Pratt Dawsey talks with Al Allen, one of Detroit's most well-known television news reporters, about his new book, "We're Standing By."  Now retired, Allen's book chronicles the stories he covered, reveals details about his family life, and describes his passion for mentoring African American journalists. Plus, the Detroit Sports Zone inducts its newest Hall of Fame class. The honorees are recognized for being outstanding athletes at Detroit high schools or extraordinary contributors to student athletics.

  • Neighborhoods
  • Flint
  • Immigration
  • 2018 Mackinac Policy Conference

The Constitution Free Zone & the Mexican Repatriation explained in the age of Trump

If you’re born in the United States you’re a U.S. citizen, right? One Detroit’s Will Glover explains the "Constitution Free Zone" with a local case of racial profiling on a commuter train while Detroiter Elena Herrada explains how the Mexican Repatriation happened, sending an estimated one million people of Mexican descent to Mexico, the majority of them U.S. citizens.

7/22/18: Ribs R&B Festival / Video archive from CPT

More than 150,000 people are expected at this year’s Ribs R&B Music Festival at Hart Plaza. Founder of the festival Johnnie Washington talks to Stephen about the event. Plus, we continue with American Black Journal’s 50th anniversary celebration with archive highlights from "CPT".

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Thursdays 7:30 p.m. ET
Fridays 5:30 a.m. ET

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