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Local Radio Host & Award Winning Journalist
Angelo Henderson (Pictured Above) has died.
He was 51 years old.
A long-term news radio talk show host on WCHB 1200 AM and 99.9 FM, Henderson was widely known and admired for his contributions, articles and explaining Detroit, Michigan and National political discussions.
As a strong voice on empowering knowledge in Afrocentric communities, Henderson interviewed and President of the African-American History Network Michael Imhotep on his program on August 9, 2013.
He regularity interviewed candidates vying for election offices in the City of Detroit and other communities.
In 1999, Henderson, working as deputy Detroit bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal, was honored with a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished feature writing. He was the 22nd African American to win the Pulitzer Prize.
One year later, Henderson was honored by Columbia University as one of the nation's best reporters on race and ethnicity in America.