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Health & Wellness

How to Achieve Your Athletic Dreams

Posted  September 24, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Have you ever wondered, after hearing that an old friend is suddenly running marathons or climbing mountains, “Could I do that?” The answer, more often than not, is yes. But achieving an athletic dream in your 50s or beyond requires planning, preparation and patience. Chicago-area running coach Brendan Cournane, 58, is in the midst of […]

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Julian Bond, former NAACP chairman and civil rights leader, dies at 75

Posted  August 17, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. — Julian Bond, a major figure in the 1960s civil rights movement who served as a longtime board chairman of the NAACP, died Saturday night, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. He was 75. Bond died in Fort Walton Beach, Florida after a brief illness, the SPLC said in a […]

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WHUT in the Community: 2015 Capital Pride Parade

Posted  June 20, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

View Highlights of WHUT at the 2015 Capital Pride Parade. About The Capital Pride Festival Capital Pride is the producer of the Capital Pride Festival, the annual celebration of the metropolitan DC area’s LGBTA community and partners. Each June, Capital Pride presents nearly two weeks of events to celebrate the diversity of the DC area […]

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Historic Unveiling of Frederick Douglass Portrait at Governor’s Mansion in Md.

Posted  September 23, 2014  by  WHUT Howard University Television

The portrait, the first of an African American to grace the halls of the residence, was done by renowned portraitist Simmie Knox, who is also the first black American to be commissioned for a presidential portrait. BY: BREANNA EDWARDS of TheRoot.com Posted: Sept. 16 2014 11:34 AM When Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley first moved into the historic Government […]

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