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“Revolutions, Reforms & Leaders” with a screening of The Black Panthers: Vanguard of The Revolution TONIGHT (Feb 11) at 6p

Posted  February 11, 2016  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Congressional Black Caucus presents “Revolutions, Reforms & Leaders” with a screening of The Black Panthers: Vanguard of The Revolution TONIGHT (Feb 11) at 6p, Capitol Visitors Center (Auditorium).   Panel: filmmaker Stanley Nelson, Omar Barbour, Eugene Puryear, moderated by April P. Ryan, American Urban Radio. Hosts: Rep. G.K. Butterfield, Rep. Barbara Lee, Rep. Bobby Rush.   RSVP (required) on Eventbrite: Click Here To RSVP

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TONIGHT AT 8pm – Election 2016: Democratic Debate LIVE on WHUT!!!

Posted  February 11, 2016  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Join WHUR’s Mo Ivory, for an engaging conversation with a few of Howard University’s current and rising leaders about the issues relevant to communities of color in this year’s presidential election.  Election 2016: Democratic Debate will broadcast LIVE on WHUT TV Thursday, February 11, 8-9pm ET, leading up to the 2016 Democratic Presidential debate on PBS, also airing […]

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History

WHUT Recognizes Local History Makers for Black History Month

Posted  February 9, 2016  by  WHUT Howard University Television

WHUT is proud to celebrate Black History this February by recognizing a few local history makers.  See their storys bellow. Wayne Curry Former Prince George’s head Wayne Curry was the first African American County Executive in the state of Maryland. His win heralded the DC suburb’s shift from a primarily white blue-collar neighborhood to a prosperous black community. […]

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Programming

Watch Here! The Best of Vocal Point 2015

Posted  February 5, 2016  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Watch Here! The Best of Vocal Point 2015!

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