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Michelle Miller (Ep. 46, 2023)

This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Michelle Miller, award-winning journalist and co-host of CBS Saturday Morning and author of Belonging: A Daughter’s Search For Identity Through Loss And Love, which chronicles the story of her mother’s abandonment, and how her search for her family history helped her find her voice as a mother, daughter and journalist.

Angela Lewis (Ep. 28, 2021)

This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with actress Angela Lewis, co-star of Snowfall, the  popular TV crime drama series created by the late Academy Award-nominated writer and director John Singleton, which explores the crack cocaine epidemic in 1080’s Los Angeles.

Julietta: “Not Today”

It feels like just yesterday that then-New Yorker Julietta was being hailed in the indie pop-ulace for her 2018 debut album Smooth Sailing. But now that she’s well acclimated to a new coast out in L.A., this singer’s spirits are ascending even further with each bold new single.

Julietta’s set to share six new tracks within the next month, forming a cube of indie-pop audacity with her upcoming EP, LevitateLevitate reaches its optimal altitude on February 5th, and get her listeners’ heads pointed skyward, today Julietta dropped the record’s infectious first offering, “Not Today”!

Phill Wilson (Ep. 45, 2017)

In Black America producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr speaks with Phill Wilson, prominent AIDS activist and President and CEO of The Black AIDS Institute, a think tank with a mission of educating and mobilizing the African American community around HIV/AIDS issues.

Texas Standard: September 16, 2015

The Sandra Bland case drew national attention to suicide in Texas jails. Now, an attempt to curb self-inflicted deaths behind bars. Also, a Korean exodus from Los Angeles to the Lone star state, well tell you what’s behind it. Plus, Thousands of pages of top secret documents from the Vietnam era go public at the LBJ library. Plus the man who may know more about Texas than even you do. His mission, 95 parks in one year. His story, and much more today on the Texas Standard.