Description: TV SHOW, BLACK JOURNAL, WITH HOST LOU HOUSE, COVERAGE OF ISSUES CONCERNING BLACK AUDIENCE Initial Broadcast Date: March 26, 1974 60 minutes -- Color Clairvoyant Lillian Cosby and astrologer Jertha Love answered phone-in questions and gave their predictions for the future of this country and for black people. Both discussed a wide range of topics from Ted Kennedy, Ronald Reagan and Newark Mayor Kenneth Gibson to inflation, the Bible and the future of New York City. Included was a video tape of a previous Black Journal program on which Ms. Cosby predicted the present problems of President Nixon. “Black Journal” is a production of WNET New York. Executive producer: Tony Brown
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