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Sickle Cell: Living It, Treating It, Curing It Sickle cell and kidney disease, serious conditions that disproportionally impact people of color, especially those of African descent. On the next vocal point we will look at the latest developments in treatments for these two critical diseases.
AMERICA AFTER FERGUSON on PBS to Examine the Issues Surrounding the Events in Ferguson, Missouri AMERICA AFTER FERGUSON, a one-hour town hall meeting exploring the many issues brought into public discourse in the wake of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri. Moderated by Gwen Ifill, PBS NEWSHOUR co-anchor and managing editor and moderator and managing […]
President Frederick to Deliver Opening Convocation Address WASHINGTON (September 18, 2014) – Howard University’s 17th President, Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick, will deliver the 147th Opening Convocation address on Friday, Sept. 26, at 11 a.m. in Cramton Auditorium. He was unanimously appointed president by the Board of Trustees on July 22, 2014.The Opening Convocation at Howard University […]
Wes Moore to Host “American Graduate Day 2014” Live from Tisch WNET Studios at Lincoln Center in NYC, airing September 27 on WHUT Day-long Multiplatform Event Celebrates the “Stories of Champions” — Individuals and Organizations Committed to Improving Outcomes for Youth and Raising Graduation Rates Special Guests Include Tony Bennett, Juju Chang, Bianna Golodryga, Ingrid Michaelson, […]
Wednesday September 24 at 8pm WUSA9 Anchor Bruce Johnson Bruce Johnson’s career as a television journalist spans 30 years, includes 19 Emmy awards and an induction in the Society of Professional Journalists Hall of Fame. But, Johnson is also a heart attack survivor. He opens up on The Rock Newman Show about his career trajectory […]
Watch Gabrielle Union on the Challenges That Girls Face in Vietnam on PBS. See more from Independent Lens. Program: Independent Lens Episode: Gabrielle Union on the Challenges That Girls Face in Vietnam Gabrielle Union discusses her involvement in Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide and her experience in Vietnam. Half […]
The pay and benefits can be great, but the application process has its own special protocol With the election behind us, I think this is a good time to shift our attention away from elective jobs to the thousands of federal job openings out there. Employment opportunities exist in all 50 states and overseas. You […]
Declared constitutional, the Affordable Care Act will have immediate impact By Lani Luciano | June 29, 2012 Despite today’s drama, the Supreme Court’sdecision to uphold the Affordable Care Act may mean less for the future of universal health coverage than meets the eye, for two reasons: The upcoming election, not today’s ruling, will determine the health care […]
More Than A Month Encore! Programming: Filmmaker Shukree Tilghman proposes whether it’s time to end Black History Month in his film, “More Than a Month.” Available until March 3, 2013. Watch More Than a Month on PBS. See more from Independent Lens.
Participants of the original March on Washington share memories of that day, In commemoration of the 50th anniversary. Clarence Edwards – Marcher Patrick Ellis – Student Volunteer, Currently Sr. Producer at WHUR Deanna Echols – Marcher Lea Adams Ashby – Marcher J’Huti Ta Seti – Marcher Natalie Howard – NAACP […]