Weeknight Alive!, August 1, 1986
Hosts Michael Joyce and Bryan Whitley visit the AFRAM Expo. Joyce interviews Ife Tayo of Our Family Jewels and Volunteer Service Coordinator Dorothy Jordan. Bryan Whitley discusses a Baltimore basketball clinic with Wes Unseld. Joyce speaks with Gene Stanley, President of the Baltimore Black Hawks (a chapter of the Negro Airmen International) and Hubron Blackwell, the first black fighter pilot from Maryland. The program includes segments on "The Black College Tradition," featuring interviews with the leaders of local black colleges and universities. The program concludes with music critic Mike Joyce reviewing the latest music by The Manhattans, a performance by Ms. Wheelchair American Gaynell Colburn, and a look at the work of artist Ricky Ratliff.
Maryland Public Television
North America; United States of America
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:729640; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/42700; Filename: bcast-071788
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