WHUT VIRTUAL EXHIBITOR PAGE
Welcome to the VIRTUAL EXHIBITOR SPACE of WHUT - As we continue to practice social distancing, it is important to WHUT to provide the communities and families we serve with ongoing FREE resources available within the Metropolitan D.C. Area and surroundings.
WHUT also continues to host FREE COMMUNITY FILM SCREENINGS and want to ensure that the resources shared in our impassioned discussions are available 24/7 for YOU - our supporters! Check the listing below for an organization and resource that may best suit your needs!
PBS Books is a multi-platform initiative celebrating the love of reading. Through social and digital engagement and live coverage of important literary events across the country, PBS Books celebrates books and writers and works to foster a passion for reading among public media viewers and listeners.
PBS Books in 2018 launched a Library Engagement Program, a new national initiative sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, to build and enhance working relationships between libraries and their local PBS stations.
To determine the best way to serve libraries nationwide, PBS Books held a dozen interviews with librarians in late 2018, and then developed a Library Engagement Stakeholder Survey.
The survey received an overwhelming response, nearly 1,000 library personnel from 44 states and Washington, D.C., participated in a survey. Learn more about the results.
10 tips for helping to research family history from Family Tree magazine, Can be found here.
Click The FINDING YOUR ROOTS "The Seedlings" Logo above for our full website and resource guides.
The Personal Genetics Education Project (pgEd) is a team of scientists, social scientists, educators, and community organizers, who talk with people about genetics in every way that it touches our lives – from health to the workplace and from the environment to the criminal justice system. Founded in 2006 in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, pgEd is a non-profit organization that creates free, interactive lessons that explore the ethical, legal, and social implications of knowing more about one’s DNA. We combine accurate scientific content with the real-world impact on people and the choices they may face. pgEd is working to bring conversations about genetic advances outside of the halls of research labs and into the public sphere – in classrooms and community centers, libraries and museums, places of worship, movie theaters and government offices, and online. Join us!
The ACLU of the District of Columbia (ACLU-DC), with more than 13,000 local members, fights to protect and expand civil liberties and civil rights for people who live in, work in, and visit D.C. We are a local affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), a nationwide nonprofit, non-partisan, membership organization devoted to ensuring free speech, equal rights, and other civil liberties. The ACLU-DC pursues its mission through legal action, legislative advocacy, organizing, and public education.
The ACS at Howard University School of Law is a student-led organization committed to providing for space for discussion and debate about historical and current constitutional issues and The Constitution itself. We also strive to cultivate the next generation of Constitutional thought leaders and scholars.
Established on September 9, 1915 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, we are the Founders of Black History Month and carry forth the work of our founder, the Father of Black History.
We continue his legacy of speaking a fundamental truth to the world–that Africans and peoples of African descent are makers of history and co-workers in what W. E. B. Du Bois called, “The Kingdom of Culture.” ASALH’s mission is to create and disseminate knowledge about Black History, to be, in short, the nexus between the Ivory Tower and the global public. We labor in the service of Blacks and all humanity.