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Rev. Jesse Jackson Spearheads 'Keep The Vote Alive' March In Atlanta On August 6
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Voting Rights Act of 1965, Keep the Vote Alive March, 2005, Blacks (Civil rights, History)
Salem Baptist Church of Chicago's House Of Hope Draws More Than 10,000 Worshippers
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James T. Meeks (American clergyman and state legislator.), Salem Baptist Church (Chicago, Ill.) (Buildings, facilities, etc), Chicago (Ill.) (Religion)
Ticker Tape
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Blacks
Stars Gather For Magic Johnson's 20th 'A Midsummer Night's Magic' Gala
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Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach); 1959- (Charitable contributions), Black celebrities (Charitable contributions), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Social life and customs)
This Week in Black History
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Alice Coachman (American high jumper.); 1923-
Newsmakers
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Thelma Houston (American singer.), John W. Mack (American civil rights leader) (Awards), Blacks
Lee Warrick, Mother Of Dionne And Dee Dee Warwick, Dies
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Lee Drinkard Warrick (American gospel singer and mother of Dionne Warwick.); 1920-2005
Seagram's Kicks Off Summer Campaign With New Gin & Juice Red Fury And Announces Seagram's Live Concert Tour
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Seagram Company Ltd (Marketing), Cocktails (Marketing), Rap concerts
Parents Should Read To Children At An Early Age, Experts Say
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Reading aloud, Black children (Growth and development, Reading), Parent-child relationship
Sports
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Black athletes

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Dean P. Baquet Named Los Angeles Times Editor
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Dean Baquet (American newspaper editor); 1956- (Selection and appointment), Los Angeles times, Newspaper editors (Selection and appointment)
Black Leaders & Celebrities Offer Encouraging Words To The Class Of 2005
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Commencement addresses, Black celebrities
High School Debaters Hone Skills At Debate Academy In John H. Johnson School Of Communications
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John H. Johnson School of Communications, Debates and debating (Study and teaching)
Talladega College Names Dr. Oscar L. Prater New President
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Oscar L. Prater (American college president); 1939- (Selection and appointment), Talladega College (Officials)
Stealth
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Rob Cohen (American motion picture director and producer) (Reviews), Stealth (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Mo'Nique
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Mo'Nique (American comedienne.)
Singer-Songwriter/Producer Eugene Record Dies At 64
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Eugene Record (American soul singer and songwriter.)

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