Randal Jelks on Austin's KAZI 88.3 FM Book Review with host Hopeton Hay http://kazibookreview.wordpress.com/2012/06/05/listen-to-interview-about-legendary-morehouse-president-dr-benjamin-mays/
Randal Jelks on Kansas City's KCUR 89.3 Central Standard hosted by Jabulani Leffall "MLK's Spiritual and Intellectual Father" http://kcur.org/post/mlks-spiritual-intellectual-father
Randal Jelks on C-Span Panel, Mentors to Martin Luther King, Jr. http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/Mentors
Randal Jelks interview on Schoolmaster of the Movement, Inside Higher Ed
Randal Jelks Lecturing on "Arc of Justice" in the Great Michigan Read
Rediscovering the Life of a Black Religious Intellectual Series - Elijah B. Mays lecture Series
"Will Race Survive in the U.S.?: The Possibilities and Impossibilities of the Obama Phenomenon"
David Roediger, History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michigan's Racial Divide
Detroit is well-known to be the most segregated metropolitan area in the nation. But all of Michigan isn't far behind. And the experts say things aren't getting better. Is Michigan really destined to be two states - one black and one white? Why has this happened?
Jack talks with demographer Kurt Metzger; Randal Jelks, a professor at Calvin College and author of the forthcoming book "African Americans in the Furniture City"; and Sandra Combs Birdiett, Director of Multicultural Affairs at Michigan State University's Journalism Department.
African American Voters Look Closer To Home For Change
Fox News Interview
January Series at Calvin College,You Tube Videos
1. Part 1
2. Part 2
3. Part 3
4. Part 4