Browse shows on: Ed Vaughn

Entrepreneurship (June 6, 1988)
Guests: Porterfield Wilson, Sampson Mathews, Gerald Davis, Ed Vaughn, Larry Mongo, Thomas Hutcherson, Charles W. Butler
Host: Ed Gordon

Duration: 00:28:24
Description: This show is about relationships between black consumers and entrepreneurs. It begins with a recording of a speech by entrepreneur Porterfield Wilson, and comments from Reverend Sampson Mathews of the Council of Baptist Pastors of Detroit, and Gerald Davis of the Thursday Luncheon Group.

Guests include Ed Vaughn, president of the Thursday Luncheon Group and executive assistant to mayor Coleman Young; Thomas Hutcherson, vice president of the Booker T. Washington Association; Larry Mongo, a Detroit businessman; and Reverend Charles W. Butler, president of the Council of Baptist Pastors.
Black vs. African American (February 13, 1989)
Guests: Ed Vaughn, Ali Mazrui, John Hendrik Clarke, Joe Madison
Host: Trudy Gallant
Producer : James Jackson
Duration: 0:32:07
Description: Host Trudy Gallant and guests Ed Vaughn, Dr. Ali Mazrui, Dr. John Hendrik Clarke, and Joe Madison discuss the use of the term "African American".
Black Colleges Black Colleges (1991)
Guests: Alvin O. Jr. Chambliss, Dr. Marjorie Harris, Dr. Anthony Ingram, Ed Vaughn
Host: Greg Mathis
Producer : Tony Mottley
Duration: 00:28:20
Description: This program from the first months of 1991 is interesting, both for the subject matter and for some of the personalities involved in the show.
Malcolm X: The Man, The Memory (November 23, 1992)
Guests: Ed Vaughn, Alex Haley, Spike Lee, El Hajj Abdulaziz Omar, Waalee Muhammad
Host: Cliff Russell
Producer : Carlota Almanza
Duration: 00:27:47
Description: This show is about the Spike Lee Malcolm X movie and Malcolm X's life.
The beginning has clips of statements from Alex Haley, Ed Vaughn, and Spike Lee. Guests include Minister Waalee Muhammad, of the Islam Space Age Muslims; and Malcolm X's brother, El Hajj Abdulaziz Omar.