Finding Aid for American Black Journal Production Materials

Box 5

American Black Journal Archive, MSS. 219, Box 5
Date Range: 1991-1992
Creator: Special Collections, MSU Libraries

Description:
Series 1: ABJ Shows - Undated/Un-numbered (Alph ordered by subject matter) shows, Dated/Un-numbered (Chronological order) shows and Dated and Numbered shows.

Shows: Dated/Numbered
Box 5, File 1, "Greenfield Village Gullah/Sounds of Blackness" - 12/2/1991 - Show# 2306 2, "Blacks in the 90's & The Environment" - 12/16/2001 - Show # 3207
Box 5, File 3, "The Tenets of Kwanzaa" - 12/23/1991 - Show # 2308
Box 5, File 4, "The Holiday Musicale" - 12/31/1991 - Show # 2309
Box 5, File 5, "A New Beginning - with Les Brown" - 1/6/1992 - Show # 2310
Box 5, File 6, "Public Housing-Who Should Pay?" - 1/13/1992 - Show # 2311
Box 5, File 7, "Civil Rights-Then and Now" - 1/20/1992 - Show # 2312
Box 5, File 8, "Business Tax Abatements" - 1/27/1992 - Show # 2313
Box 5, File 9, "Gold of Africa" - 2/3/1992 - Show # 2314
Box 5, File 10, "Black & Social Organizations" - 2/10/1992 - Show # 2315
Box 5, File 11, "Police & Community Coalitions" - 2/17/1992 - Show # 2316
Box 5, File 12, "Black Businesses, Striving to Succeed - 2/24/1992 - Show # 2317
Box 5, File 13, "Blacks in the Performing Arts" - 3/2/1992 - Show # 2318
Box 5, File 14, "Minority Health Care" - 3/9/1992 - Show # 2319
Box 5, File 15, "Montreux Detroit-Jazz Highlights" - 3/23/1992 - Show # 2320

Contributor: MSU Special Collections, MSU Libraries
Source: American Black Journal Archive, MSS. 219, Box 5

The Finding Aid for the American Black Journal is comprised of four Series containing ABJ shows, correspondence, business files and research materials from Detroit Public Television. Each series contains materials pertinent to the production of the show at its inception in 1968 and spanning 34 years of broadcasting history.

Rights: Copyright is retained by the authors of the items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Language: English

Contributing Institution: Detroit Public Television; MATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online; Special Collections, Michigan State University Libraries

Box Number: 5


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