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WHUT Awarded American Graduate Community Service Grant…

Posted  August 24, 2014  by  WHUT Howard University Television

…To Help Washington, DC Improve Youth Outcomes. Washington, DC August 27, 2014) — WHUT has been awarded an American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen community service grant from The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to help Washington, DC improve youth outcomes for all students from preschool through college and onto careers. The nation’s graduation rate […]

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News Wrap: Health care law surpassed original goal of 7 million enrolled, White House says

Posted  April 2, 2014  by  WHUT Howard University Television

In our news wrap Tuesday, more than 7 million people have signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, despite technical glitches on HealthCare.gov during its rollout and the rush leading up to the enrollment deadline. Also, NATO ordered a halt to all civilian and military cooperation with Russia, and agreed to consider […]

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Election 2016: Democratic Debate- Watch here tonight at 8pm STREAMING LIVE and 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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Watch Here! Vocal Point – No Matter The Color: Cancer in Minorities

Posted  September 23, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

When it comes to preventing and surviving cancer, many minorities aren’t fairing as well as non-minorities. Recent data shows in the U.S. many racial and ethnic minorities die more frequently from cancer than whites. And, the reasons are often attributed to poverty, insubstantial access to health care, and other socioeconomic factors. What is being done, […]

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