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WHUT Supports the Fight Against Breast Cancer!

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide and the second-most common cancer overall. In 2014, an estimated 232,030 cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. alone. So no matter who you are or where you live, understanding breast cancer is important. But the most important thing to know […]

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Are Your Ducks In A Row? Let WHUT help with your Estate Planning.

WHUT Joins Community Partners in Promoting National Estate Planning Awareness Week, October 20 – 26, 2014 Washington, DC, Oct. 16, 2014 – WHUT announced today that the station is joining local community organizations in a public awareness campaign to promote National Estate Planning Awareness Week, October 20 – 26, 2014. Estate planning is one of the […]

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Upcoming On The Next Rock Newman Show

  Wednesday October 15 at 8pm Congressman Lacy Clay & his father, former Congressman Bill Clay The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.  When U.S. Congressman Bill Clay of Missouri’s 1st district stepped down from office, he was succeeded by his son U.S. Congressman Lacy Clay.  Together, the Clays have served in congress for […]

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WHUT Launches Competition to Find the Best New Ideas for Public Television

“MY BIG SHOW” SEEKS VIDEO PITCHES FOR DESIGN, FOOD AND FITNESS SERIES WHUT TV is using crowdsourcing to find the next big idea in local public TV programming. “MY BIG SHOW” is a unique TV series pitch competition that looks to WHUT’s Washington area viewing audience to find the next breakout star who can connect […]

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Watch the latest episode of Vocal Point here!

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.

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In Memory of Dr. Maya Angelou, American Poet Laureate, Activist, and Educator. 1928-2014

Posted  May 28, 2014  by  Michael Cadenhead

Global Renaissance Woman Dr. Maya Angelou is one of the most renowned and influential voices of our time. Hailed as a global renaissance woman, Dr. Angelou is a celebrated poet, memoirist, novelist, educator, dramatist, producer, actress, historian, filmmaker, and civil rights activist. Born on April 4th, 1928, in St. Louis, Missouri, Dr. Angelou was raised […]

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WATCH NOW! Looking Forward: Barack Obama’s Second Term

Posted  February 28, 2013  by  Michael Cadenhead

A Panel Discusion Hosted by Ed Gordon, With Special Guest, Senior Advisor to The President, Valerie Jarrett. In 2008 then senator Barack Obama did what many said was impossible.  He campaigned on change and united a group of minority, independent and disenchanted status quo voters who ushered him into office making him the Nation’s first […]

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Is Facebook Changing Our Identity?

Posted  September 19, 2012  by  Michael Cadenhead

Good old Facebook. With 955,000,000 worldwide users, it seems like just about everyone makes use of the social media giant to connect with friends, share photos, and update everyone they’ve ever met since grade school about their dinner plans. But what you may not realize is that Facebook’s new timeline layout is enhancing the ability […]

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Arab American Stories: Watch Highlights From The Screening and Interviews from Local Trailblazers

Posted  October 28, 2013  by  Michael Cadenhead

Arab American Stories is an Emmy Award-winning 13-part series presented by Detroit Public Television that explores the diversity of the Arab-American experience.  The series was produced by Alicia Sams (who was also the producer/director of the Emmy Award-winning film “By the People:  The Election of Barack Obama”) and is hosted by NPR’s Neda Ulaby.  Each […]

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Is There Hope for Soul Food Junkies?

Posted  January 14, 2013  by  Michael Cadenhead

A new PBS documentary highlights the stark health costs of traditional African-American cuisine. By Andrea King Collier | January 10, 2013 If you are an African-American of a certain age, you know what “soul food” has meant to our culture and history. Each of us has a story to tell about a favorite (or least […]

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