Former WGPR-TV Employees Share The History of America's First African American-Owned Television StationOn this week's Community Connect, Lisa Germani went over to the William V. Banks Broadcast Museum to talk with four former employees of WGPR-TV about their experiences at the station and what it meant to them to find work at the first African America owned and operated television station in the United States.
The Black History Mobile Museum, Coming To A Town Near YouCreating An Opportunity To Have A Dialogue About The Black Experience In America
Charles H. Wright Museum Celebrates Black History Month With New Exhibit, WorkshopsIn celebration of Black History Month, the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit is offering plenty of activities for the entire family, as well as a new exhibit.
Celebrate Black History Month With Palmer Woods “Music in Homes”What better way to celebrate Black History Month than with Palmer Woods “Music in Homes” concert series featuring the A. Spencer Barefield Sextet, performing jazz, classical, and music from around the world.
Black History Month: Jewell Jones - Michigan's Youngest State RepresentativeThe youngest State Representative in Michigan history is a role model for people everywhere.
Street Beat: Black History MonthThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at Black History Month, the annual celebration of achievements by African Americans.
Black History Month Celebrated Across MichiganBlack History Month continues to educate our children on the importance of diversity. So what is going on around Michigan to celebrate these hidden figures?
WATCH Street Beat: Black History MonthThis week on Street Beat, in recognition of Black History Month we explore Detroit’s connection to the Underground Railroad.
Street Beat: Black History MonthThis week on Street Beat, WYCD’s Rob Stone hosts a celebration of Black History Month by recognizing individuals and organizations who are making an impact on the community.
WATCH NOW - Street Beat: Tuskegee AirmenStreet Beat pays tribute to black military heroes who had to fight racism before they could fight overseas.
Street Beat: Tuskegee Airmen and Montford Point MarinesThis week on a special episode of Street Beat, host Syma Chowdhry pays tribute to black military heroes who had to fight racism before they could fight overseas.
CW50 Recognizes Black History Month