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Join WHUT for a Live Studio Taping of VOCAL POINT

Vocal Point Sickle Cell & Kidney Disease: Living It, Treating It, Curing It September 25 at 7pm, doors open at 6:15pm 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 […]

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

RSVP Here to Attend this Film Screening. Online event registration for Ward 8: The Past, The Present, The Future powered by Eventbrite

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WHUT Awarded American Graduate Community Service Grant…

…To Help Washington, DC Improve Youth Outcomes. Washington, DC August 27, 2014) — WHUT has been awarded an American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen community service grant from The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to help Washington, DC improve youth outcomes for all students from preschool through college and onto careers. The nation’s graduation rate […]

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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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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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Health & Wellness

Is Soul Food a Sacrament or a Sin? Next Season on Independent Lens

Posted  June 24, 2012  by  Michael Cadenhead

To many African Americans, soul food is sacrament, ritual, and a key expression of cultural identity. But does this traditional cuisine do more harm to health than it soothes the soul? Find out in Soul Food Junkies coming next season to Independent Lens. Continue   Watch Is Soul Food a Sacrament or a Sin? on […]

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Education

Student Loans Are Threatening Older Americans’ Ability to Retire

Posted  June 19, 2012  by  Michael Cadenhead

Former California state government worker Thomas Villalobos, 66, who is currently unemployed, never thought he’d be nearing retirement and still paying off his student loan. But that’s exactly what has happened to him. Villalobos, of Loma Rica, Calif., borrowed $12,000 to attend law school back in 1976. Since then, he has sometimes had to defer […]

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

Posted  June 25, 2014  by  Michael Cadenhead

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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News

Tropical Storm Isaac Batters Gulf Coast

Posted  August 31, 2012  by  Michael Cadenhead

Residents of the Gulf Coast hunkered down overnight as Tropical Storm Isaac hit the shores of Louisiana and Mississippi, causing surges of up to 15 feet of water. Ray Suarez talks to Rick Knabb, director of the National Hurricane Center, about how the slow-moving tropical storm may affect some areas worse than Hurricane Katrina. Watch […]

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