Browse shows on: Nicholas Hood

Drug Paraphernalia Ban (July 21, 1986)
Guests: Nicholas Jr. Hood, Al Jawad, Imam Abdullah El-Amin
Host: Ed Gordon
Producer : Dianne Atkinson-Hudson
Duration: 00:29:23
Description: This show is about a possible ordinance to ban the sale of drug paraphernalia in Detroit following a protest. Includes commentary by Susan Watson.
Guests are Nicholas Hood Jr. of the Detroit City Council; Al Jawad, the president of the Association of Independent Petroleum Dealers; and Imam Abdullah El-Amin of the Detroit Muslim Center, who led the protest the prior week.
1963 Civil Rights March (June 20, 1988)
Guests: William Ardrey, Edwina Pinson, Mel Ravitz, Maryann Mahaffey, Ken Cockrel, Ruby Turner, Nicholas Hood, William Anderson, James Del Rio, Tony Brown, Claud Young
Host: Trudy Gallant
Producer : Trudy Gallant, Carole Gibson
Duration: 00:28:10
Description: This show is about the march in Detroit with Martin Luther King Jr. 25 years earlier. There are clips of interviews with people who were there, including Reverend William Ardrey of St. Paul AME Zion Church; Reverend Edwina Pinson of West Side Unity Church; Mel Ravitz and Maryann Mahaffey from Detroit City Council; attorney Ken Cockrel; and Ruby Turner, former religion writer for Pittsburgh Courier.

Guests are Dr. Claud Young, president of the Michigan chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; councilman Nicholas Hood, who was active in the 1963 march; civil rights activist Dr. William Anderson; and by phone, Judge James Del Rio and Tony Brown, organizers of the 1963 march.
Nicholas Hood III (2001)
Guests: Nicholas III Hood
Host: Darryl Wood [bio]Darryl Wood hosted the show for ten years from 1988 to 1998 under the title American Black Journal. His shows focused on the skills and talents of many of the nation's leading African-American business people.

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Producer : Tony Mottley
Duration: 00:28:47
Description: Host Darryl Wood and guest Nicholas Hood III discuss Hood's campaign for Mayor of Detroit and his plans to revitalize the neighborhoods downtown.