Black Business in Detroit

Black Business in Detroit (January 12, 1994)
Duration: 00:28:12

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Themes: Urban Challenges | Poverty, Progress, and the Rise of African-American Businesses and Professionals |

Guests: Ricardo Solomon, Richard W. Shealey, Nezaa Bandele
Host : Darryl Wood [bio]Darrell Wood hosted the show for ten years from 1988 to 1998 under the title American Black Journal. His shows sought to focus on the skills and talents of many of the nation's leading African-American business people to public television.

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Producer : Tony Mottley


Summary: This show focuses on business, and considers solutions to inner city problems - specifically a joint venture between a bank and churches trying to spark development.

Guests include Wayne County Commissioner, Ricardo Solomon; Richard W. Shealey, president and chief executive officer of First Independence National Bank; and Nezaa Bandele, owner of Alkebulan Arts, a Detroit store that sells African cultural goods.