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Emancipation Day Panel: Celebrity Town Hall Discussion

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CENTRIC, A BET Network, The Office of Cable Television, The Office of DC Councilmember Vincent Orange, Sr. and Howard University's WHUT partner to present The Emancipation Day Panel, a town hall-style discussion focused on important topics affecting youth and the African American community. Topics include: education, employment, closures of hospitals and healthcare facilities, anti-violence, prison reform and other emerging social issues.

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