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WHUT and 4 Term Mayor Marion Barry Present “Ward 8: The Past, The Present, The Future”

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Remembering Robin Williams. Watch Robin Williams on Charlie Rose Here!

For decades, actor and comedian Robin Williams delighted audiences with his quirky and manic comedic style in roles like “Mork and Mindy,” “Good Morning, Vietnam,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” and “The Birdcage.” He was also an accomplished (and Juilliard-trained) dramatic actor, appearing in films like “Dead Poets Society,” “The Fisher King,” and “Good Will Hunting,” for which he […]

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The 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Watch It Here.

Fifty year ago, on July 2, 1964, the Civil Rights Act became law. To commemorate this historic event, a special event was held at Howard University with Attorney General Eric Holder, Ambassador Andrew Young, Interim Howard President Dr. Wayne A. I Frederick and others in attendance. WHUT-TV was there to capture the moment and will […]

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Special Edition of Rock Newman Featuring Debbie Allen! Watch Here!

On this episode of the Rock Newman Show – actress, choreographer and producer Debbie Allen is more than a triple threat. Her work on stage, film and television have garnered her multiple Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe Award and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She’ll share her journey from growing up in Texas, to her […]

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Watch Vocal Point – Black Music 2014: Style Stance and Substance Here!

Black Music 2014: Style, Stance and Substance Music.  It influences politics, religion, social and philosophical perspectives.   A universal communication found in many of our everyday rituals.  Music also contributes billions of dollars to the global economy and black music is credited for a large part of those billions. During slavery, black music provided inspiration telling […]

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What’s behind Obama’s campaign to limit bulk data collection by the NSA

Posted  March 26, 2014  by  Michael Cadenhead

President Obama announced that he wants Congress to stop the National Security Agency from gathering bulk phone records and holding them for five years. What’s at stake in the president’s push to limit the scope of U.S. surveillance? Gwen Ifill talks to Kate Martin of the Center for National Security Studies and Gary Schmitt of […]

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Arts & Culture

What’s The Future of Photo-Sharing Online?

Posted  May 3, 2012  by  Michael Cadenhead

MediaShift  Thu May. 03, 2012 With the rise of photo tools on social media, many questions have emerged for web users: Should you post your pictures on under a Creative Commons license? And what does Facebook’s purchase of Instagram mean for the photo-sharing world? Continue

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Vocal Point: African Genealogy, Watch Full Episode Here!

Posted  May 20, 2014  by  Michael Cadenhead

Watch Vocal Point, African Genealogy, Finding Present-Day Meaning In Our Distant Past India Arie, Tom Joyner, Representative John Lewis –just some of the many celebrities who’ve joined hundreds of everyday African Americans to embrace the growing phenomenon of DNA sequencing and traced their Ancestral Roots to specific present-day countries on the African continent. On the next […]

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Politics

Digital Campaigns May Decide the Election

Posted  November 6, 2012  by  Michael Cadenhead

BY: HARI SREENIVASAN I’m a registered independent who lives in a battleground state, but I’m also what’s known as an off-the-grid voter, meaning I’ve lived with a DVR for a decade and fast forward right through those campaign ads. I haven’t had a land line phone for almost as long, so I don’t get those phone […]

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Education

SEED School : Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

Posted  May 1, 2013  by  Michael Cadenhead

In Anacostia, a notoriously poor and violent section of Washington, D.C., a new kind of school is changing hundreds of lives. It’s called The SEED School. It’s a public, charter, college preparatory boarding school, the first of it’s kind. Students are chosen by lottery, not test scores. It’s expensive, but it works, and its founders […]

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