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American Graduate DC Champions

American Graduate DC Champion – Hope Harrod

Posted May 23, 2016 by WHUT Howard University Television

Hope Harrod is a teacher at John Burroughs Elementary School. On the 2012 DC CAS, 24 percent of students in Ms. Harrod’s class moved up one proficiency level in math and 40 percent of students moved up one proficiency level in reading. Burroughs, at the school level, also made tremendous gains, jumping 16 percentage points […]

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AFI Docs Film Festival – June 22-26, 2016, Tickets On Sale Now!

Posted May 20, 2016 by WHUT Howard University Television

AFI DOCS is the nation’s documentary film festival known for showcasing the best in documentary filmmaking from the US and around the world. AFI DOCS is also the only film festival in the United States that offers the unique opportunity to connect film audiences with national opinion leaders, filmmakers and intriguing film subjects. With conversations […]

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Howard University 148th Commencement Convocation – Watch Here

Posted May 19, 2016 by WHUT Howard University Television

  Obama Sees 2016 Howard University Graduates as ‘Seeds of Change’ WASHINGTON (May 7, 2016) – President Barack Obama addressed members of the 2016 graduating class of Howard University and challenged them to serve as “seeds of change” for social and political justice in America. Obama greeted more than 2,300 graduates and more than 25,000 […]

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The Rock Newman Show featuring Denise Wilkins

Posted May 19, 2016 by WHUT Howard University Television

Founder/President of the Justin L. Davis Foundation, Denise Wilkins on The Rock Newman Show.

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American Graduate DC Champion – Byte Back

Posted May 16, 2016 by WHUT Howard University Television

Byte Back mission is to improve economic opportunity by providing computer training, access to technology, and career preparation for low-income residents of the Washington, DC metro area. Visit ByteBAck.org by clicking here

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