Detroit in Black and White is a weekly podcast/videocast hosted by
Adolph Mongo, Vanessa Moss and Allan Lengel.

In February 2023, after seven years on 910am Superstation, host Adolph Mongo left the station and launched the weekly podcast, “Detroit in Black and White.” His two co-hosts at the station, attorney Vanessa Moss, and veteran journalist Allan Lengel, have joined him.
The show talks about the hottest topics of the week, both locally and nationally. Guest have included Richard Wershe Jr (White Boy Rick), former Fox 2 anchor Huel Perkins, presidential candidate Dr. Cornel West and radio personality Frankie Darcell.

Adolph Mongo is a political strategist, media consultant and incisive social commentator who has had a fascinating career in national, state and local political affairs. He currently resides in Detroit, his place of birth, where he is the host of the new podcast, “Detroit in Black & White.”

Over more than 30 years of toiling in the heady mix of politics, race and class in his hometown, Mongo has served as a political consultant to Detroit Mayor Coleman Young, Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and Geoffrey Fieger, the 1998 Michigan Democratic Party gubernatorial nominee. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

Vanessa Moss is an attorney specializing in family law, probate and juvenile and criminal defense. She is a board member of the YMCA Metro Youth Advocacy Board (Detroit) and director of Rho Sigma Foundation of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Detroit/Rho Sigma Chapter.

She previously served on the Bar of Michigan Family Bar Counsel for nine years. Before practicing law, she worked as a judicial assistant at the Frank Murphy Hall of Justice.

Vanessa earned a B.A. at Wayne State University in history and a law degree from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. A resident of Detroit, she also works as a political consultant.

Allan Lengel is a former reporter for the Washington Post and Detroit News and co-founder of Deadline Detroit. He also operates a website on federal law enforcement news called Over the years he’s covered some major stories including anthrax, the Oklahoma bombing and the indictment of former Detroit Police Chief William Hart. A graduate of Michigan State University, he resides in Detroit.