On this week’s episode of American Black Journal, Host Stephen Henderson heeds experts advice on how to take care of your mental health during the holidays.
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A new museum exhibit and Detroit barbershop contest aimed at changing the narrative about black men. Plus, we’ll take you to a powerful new art show at a Detroit gallery. And we’ll remember African American trailblazer Barbara-Rose Collins.
On the next American Black Journal, our roundtable weighs in on the results of the major races and proposals on the ballot in Detroit’s general election.
Stephen has a candid conversation with Detroit Police Chief James White about the possible reasons for the spike in shootings, the impact of the pandemic on human behavior, and how the police department and the community can work together to reduce the violence.
On the next American Black Journal, we’ll continue our yearlong series on The Black Church in Detroit with a look at Pastoral Succession in the Black Church.
On the next American Black Journal, a controversial petition drive that could change voter rules in Michigan is drawing major concern from organizations like the Detroit Branch NAACP and the Michigan Democratic Party.
The series on “The Black Church in Detroit” examines the impact of covid-19 on ministers and their congregations. We’ll hear the stories of loss and grief caused by the pandemic and talk about vaccine hesitancy in the African American community. Plus, a look at the Black church’s role in alleviating this public health crisis.
On the next American Black Journal: Now that a federal moratorium on evictions has ended, we’ll look at how the COVID Emergency Rental Assistance (CERA) program can provide financial help for tenants who have fallen behind on their rent payments during the pandemic.
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