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facingpoverty

UPO Inspire Foundation Presents “Poverty In The Media” Wednesday 9/23 – RSVP Here To Join

Posted September 23, 2015 by WHUT Howard University Television

8th “Facing- Poverty” Forum Being Seen and Getting Heard, Who’s Telling The Story Wednesday, September 23, 2015, 10am-12pm WHUT Live Studio 2222 Fourth Street NW, Washington, DC, 20059 To RSVP email Ayana Bias at abias@upo.org, or call 202.231.7946

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Join WHUT’s Kart Kingdom – Capitol Scramble at the H Street Festival.

Posted September 19, 2015 by WHUT Howard University Television

This day will be filled with fun activities and prizes! Date Saturday, September 19, 2015 Time: 12 pm – 7pm Location: H Street Festival 4th St. NE to 14 St. NE Washington, DC 20002 Capitol Scramble is a live game designed for up to four teams. The game will focus on trivia questions related to […]

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Community

Watch Here- The Presidential Webcast

Posted September 2, 2015 by WHUT Howard University Television

President Frederick will engage Alumni and Friends of the University in a webcast hosted by broadcast journalist Ed Gordon. The discussion will center around his vision for strengthening Howard University.  

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Community

Live Online Interactive Screening of “No Evidence of Disease”, Wednesday 9/16

Posted August 31, 2015 by WHUT Howard University Television

Cancer touches all of our lives — whether personally or through friends and family. In essence, we are all living with cancer. Join WHUT for a LIVE online OVEE screening of the new documentary, No Evidence of Disease, about doctors and their colleagues from across the country who formed a musical band that plays shows, […]

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Programming

Join Our Live Studio Taping of Vocal Point – No Matter The Color: Cancer In Minorities

Posted August 26, 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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