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Arab American Stories: Watch Highlights From The Screening and Interviews from Local Trailblazers

Posted  October 28, 2013  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Arab American Stories is an Emmy Award-winning 13-part series presented by Detroit Public Television that explores the diversity of the Arab-American experience.  The series was produced by Alicia Sams (who was also the producer/director of the Emmy Award-winning film “By the People:  The Election of Barack Obama”) and is hosted by NPR’s Neda Ulaby.  Each […]

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What Next: Violence in the Media

Posted  January 2, 2013  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Is there a consensus about violent media and violent behavior? How should parents respond to what their children see? An in-depth analysis on the culture of violence in the media. Continue Watch What Next: Violence in the Media on PBS. See more from After Newtown.    

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Gene Kilroy on The Rock Newman Show

Posted  December 4, 2014  by  WHUT Howard University Television

They say behind every boxer is a great team. Business manager and facilitator Gene Kilroy was the linchpin in Muhammad Ali’s team.  Kilroy was the brains behind the 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” when Ali defeated George Foreman to become the heavy weight champion for a 2nd time. Kilroy visits The Rock Newman Show to discuss […]

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American Graduate DC Champion – Hope Harrod

Posted  May 23, 2016  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Hope Harrod is a teacher at John Burroughs Elementary School. On the 2012 DC CAS, 24 percent of students in Ms. Harrod’s class moved up one proficiency level in math and 40 percent of students moved up one proficiency level in reading. Burroughs, at the school level, also made tremendous gains, jumping 16 percentage points […]

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