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Programming

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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New View With Ed Gordon

New Episode! New View With Ed Gordon, Featuring Roslyn M. Brock – Watch Here!

Posted  March 28, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

One on one with guest Roslyn M. Brock, Chairman of the National Board of Directors for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Panel topics will include Race in America Immigrant Education Net Neutrality Millennials Sports Discussion on NCAA Pay? A Dangerous Game The N Word

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Business & Money

When Will the Deficit Hit $10 Trillion? 2036? 2057? But So What?

Posted  August 9, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Economics correspondent Paul Solman looks at rates of annual deficit spending in real and nominal dollars and projects a response to reader Jack Doyle’s question. Paul Solman frequently answers questions from the NewsHour audience on business and economic news here on his Making Sen$e page. Here is Thursday’s query: Name: Jack Doyle Question: How long will it take […]

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Watch Here! The Rock Newman Show Featuring Members of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement

Posted  July 19, 2016  by  WHUT Howard University Television

We’re continuing the discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement and its relationship with the police.   Some black police officers feel they’re getting hit from all sides, both as Black citizens themselves, and as public officials challenged with the responsibility to protect and serve.    We’ll hear from four members of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement.  […]

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