CCH Pounder art exhibit, Michigan Roundtable new leadership

Acclaimed actress CCH Pounder visits Detroit to talk about her personal art collection on display at the Charles H. Wright Museum. Host Stephen Henderson talks with Pounder about her “Double ID” exhibit. Plus, a Detroit nonprofit gets a new name and its first Black leader. Henderson talks with the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity & Inclusion’s new Co-Executive Director, Yusef Bunchy Shakur.

CCH Pounder on How the “NCIS” Team is Dealing with COVID-19

The 7th season premiere of “NCIS: New Orleans” will air on CBS Sunday, November 8th. It’s a two-part episode – with the second episode airing November 15th.

This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News, Thursday, November 5, 2020.

AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL CCH Pounder/Heart Health

Actress CCH Pounder talks about her private art collection on display at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American history. Plus, we’ll take a closer look at the number one health risk for African American women. Season 48, Episode 11

The QUEEN Exhibit by CCH Pounder at the Charles Wright Museum

DETROIT – On January 28, 2020, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History will open the doors to a new exhibit, QUEEN: From the Collection of CCH Pounder, featuring sculptures, paintings and mixed media works by such luminaries as Harmonia Rosales, Betye and Alison Saar, and Kehinde Wiley!

CCH Pounder Highlights Black Masculinity Through Art

Award-winning actress CCH Pounder talks about art works from her collection, currently featured in the exhibit ICONS: Ideals of Black Masculinity, in display at Xavier University of Louisiana. The exhibit opened on November 1, 2018 and will run until February 28, 2019. It is free and open to the public.

CCH Pounder|| THE REAL DAYTIME

After playing a game of Spin the Heel, actress CCH Pounder shows off kissable lips (literally, on the cameraman!) Plus, Loni joins in on the fun.

Sophie’s Masterpiece read by CCH Pounder

Sophie’s no ordinary house spider. She’s an artist; and every web she spins is more wondrous than before. But don’t mention that to the guests at Beekman’s Boardinghouse, because they don’t like spiders. . .