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Black History Vault
Black History Vault

Learn powerful Black history as told by those who lived it.
Access 40 years of Tony Brown's Journal Episodes online.


Watch Black history, as it happened, with recorded episodes featuring the most important figures in the Black community between 1968 and 2008 including:

• Arthur Ashe
• Duke Ellington
• Dr. Naim Akbar
• Dr. Chancellor Williams
• Dr. Maulana Karenga
• Honorable Elijah Muhammad
• Colin Powell
• Alex Haley
• Bill Cosby
• Harry Belafonte
• Lena Horne
• James Earl Jones
• Stevie Wonder
• Sam Moore
• J. A. Rogers
• Angela Davis
• Jim Brown
• Bill Russell
• Jesse Jackson
• Roy Ennis
• Charles Rangel
• Clarence Thomas
• Sammy Davis, Jr
• Denzel Washington
• Richard Pryor
• Ossie Davis
• Ruby Dee
• Melba Moore
• Ben Vereen
• and hundreds more...
In addition to learning from Black history figures who appeared on the show, learn about historic figures in Black history by watching episodes that discuss their lives and achievements. Historic Black history figures discussed include:

• Martin Luther King, Jr.
• Malcolm X
• Booker T. Washington
• Frederick Douglass
• Carter G. Woodson
• Madame C. J. Walker
• George Washington Carver
• Benjamin Banneker
• Jackie Robinson
• and many more...

Watching and learning the information contained in the library of the Black History Vault would give you the equivalent of a PhD in Black history and culture.


You can access the Black History vault online using your computer, tablet or smart phone, 24 hours per day. Using your high-speed Internet connection, you can access hundreds of titles of professional-grade video content from Tony Brown’s Journal, America's #1-rated talk/educational TV series of its day. These episodes, ranging 40 years, have been digitally remastered and made available in Black History Vault.

Enroll today and access hundreds of episodes immediately. More and more episodes are being digitally remastered added to the Black History Vault frequently.

As the old saying goes, "Repetition is the mother of learning". One of the greatest features of the Black History Vault, is that you can watch each episode over and over again, as many times are you want. This aids in your understanding and helps you to better retain this priceless Black history information.


The library of Tony Brown's Journal episodes are a true treasure in Black history. These episodes are NOT being shown on broadcast TV and are now available online, through this program. In addition to 40 years of regular episodes, members of the Black History Vault also have access to several specials and films that have not been available since they were produced. Watch exclusive content including:

  • "The Black Eagles" - the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, a feature-length docudrama
  • "The Longest Struggle" - the history of the first 75 years of the NAACP, a two-hour docudrama
  • "Malcolm & Elijah" - Denzel Washington’s plays Malcolm X in first appearance on national TV and his first performance before a national audience
  • "The Color of Freedom" - an outstanding four-part series on Black economics
  • "Can You Dig It?" - the first and only African American quiz show on national television
  • "The White Girl" - a feature film about a Black woman battling cocaine addiction (known on the streets as the 'white girl')
  • The story on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment on Black men
  • The story of infamous Tulsa Race Riot of 1921
  • Famous 1974 debate between Dr. Frances Welsing and Dr. William Shockley on the issue of racial supremacy
  • and much, much more...

Watch and enjoy this exclusive video content as soon as you sign up.


If you choose to, participate in exciting group conference calls with other members of the Black History Vault program. Each month, one specific episode is featured and all members of the Black History Vault program are encouraged to watch it. Then, several weeks later, are study group conference call is held for members of the program. On these powerful, interactive calls, you discuss the particular epsiode with the group leader and other students.

What makes these calls so valuable is that you can gain amazing insights from listening to the viewpoints and feedback of the group leader and other students. This can be very inspiring and motivating. Best of all, you can contribute your own view points to the call as well. Put simply, these amazing calls can help increase your understanding, comprehension and appreciation of the information learned in the episode.

If you miss a call, no worries. The calls are recorded and placed into the Black History Vault where they can be replayed anytime.

The next study group call is scheduled for:

  Thursday, April 25, 2024
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
8:30 PM - 10:00 PM Mountain Time (US & Canada)
9:30 PM - 11:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada)
10:30 PM - 12:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

The Black History Vault program features an online discussion forum where you can discuss particular episodes with other members of the program. These online discussions can be very intriguing, educational, inspirational, thought provoking and fun.

The online forum is available for you to discusss episodes 24 hours per day. You can both post messages and read messages posted by members who watched the program previously. Sharing this educational experience with others who are enjoying the program can, in itself, be a very rewarding experience.

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