America's Black Forum

  • 1977
  • TV Show
  • TV-G

Black perspectives on national issues are presented in this Emmy-winning series, which includes lively panel discussions. In January 2005, the contract of commentator Armstrong Williams was terminated when it was learned that he received payments from the Bush administration to promote the No Child Left Behind Act.

Does Diversity in Television Sell?

First Aired: October 13, 2003

The representation of blacks on TV is discussed with Time editor Christopher John Farley; NAACP chairman Julian Bond; Bill Boulware, executive producer of “The Parkers”; Eunetta Boone, executive producer of “One on One”; Doug Alligood of BBD&O; and Anna Marie Johnson, former National Chair for the EEOC of the Screen Actors Guild. James Brown hosts.

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  • Rating: TV-G
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