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Andrew Young Wins Second Mayoral Term in Atlanta
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Andrew Young; 1932-., Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Liberty City Awaiting Money Promised by Gov't
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Miami (Fla.) (Blacks), Liberty City (Miami, Fla.)
Chicago Urban League Hits Meese on Civil Rights
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Edwin Meese (III, American Attorney general.), National Urban League, Discrimination in employment, Affirmative action in employment
Rep. Mitchell Backs Bill for Business Before Bow
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Parren J. Mitchell (American congressman.); 1922-2007, Corporation for Small Business Investment
Grant Will Fund Study of South's Black Voters
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Blacks (Political activities), Southern States (Politics and government)
Congressman's Wife First Woman Graduate of Labor Studies Center in Maryland
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Edna J. Hayes, George Meany Center for Labor Studies
Black Unemployment Rate Increasing: Labor Dept
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Unemployment (Statistics), Blacks (Employment)
NEA Sets Guidelines to Handle AIDS in Schools
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National Education Association of the United States, AIDS (Disease) and children, School children (Health and hygiene)
Scientists Reject Plan to Reduce Diet Guidelines
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National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Recommended dietary allowances
New Driving Laws Shrinks Pool of Organ Donors
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Donation of organs, tissues, etc, Traffic regulations

Eddie Williams Raps New Black Public Opinion Poll
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Eddie N. Williams, Blacks (Political activities), Black leadership
Arkansas Question Murder Conviction of 15-year-old
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Ronald Ward, Capital punishment (Arkansas), Trials (Murder), Juvenile justice, Administration of (Arkansas)
Panel Probes Police Bombing of MOVE Group
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MOVE (Organization), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Police)
Two Teens Found Guilty of Murder in Death of Chicago Basketball Star
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Ben Wilson, Trials (Murder), Chicago (Ill.) (Juvenile justice, Administration of)
Nation's Crime Rate at 12-year Low: Report
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Crime and criminals (Statistics)
Dr. Urges Parents to Keep Santa Alive in Kids
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Santa Claus
Tanzanian Leader Hails Sanctions Against S. Africa
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Julius K. Nyerere; 1922-1999, Sanctions (International law), Apartheid, United States (Commerce, South Africa), South Africa (Commerce, United States)
Nelson Mandela's Family Will Choose His Doctors
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Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Political prisoners (South Africa), Apartheid
Obituary
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Eric Roberts (American sportswriter.); d. 1985
Ronald Temple New Prexy at Community College in Detroit
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Ronald Temple, Wayne County Community College (Mich.)
McCown Oversees Education Venture Between Fisk, HUD.
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Dorothy Alexander McCown, Fisk University, United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Black colleges and universities (Federal aid)
Study Shows Proportion of Blacks in Med School Down
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Black medical students
First Woman Lands Basketball Job with Harlem Globetrotters
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Lynette Woodard; 1959-., Harlem Globetrotters
Tony Dorsett Talks about Tax Problems, Divorce and Death of His Dear Dad
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Tony Dorsett; 1954-.
Atlanta Life Cheers 80th Year with Mammoth Merger
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Atlanta Life Insurance Company, Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance, Insurance companies (Acquisitions and mergers)
U.S. Businesses Slowly Divesting from S. Africa
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Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid
Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport Selects Interim Director
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Vernell Sturns, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
Columbia Univ. Sells Its Stock Linked to S. Africa
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Columbia University, Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid, Colleges and universities (Investments)
Need Long-range Plan to Combat Inequality
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Blacks (Civil rights)
Protestors Cry Racism in Cleric's Conviction of Sexual Harassment
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John P. Carter, Sexual harassment in religion, Black clergy (Sexual behavior), United Methodist Church (Employees)
Dick Gregory on Road to Locate, Train People to Sell Diet Formula
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Dick Gregory; 1932-., Dick Gregory Health Enterprises, Inc, Weight reducing products
Little Richard in Fair Condition After Car Crash
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Little Richard, West Hollywood (Calif.) (Traffic accidents)
MCA Rejects Lyric Ratings for Albums
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MCA Records, Inc, Rock music (Ethical aspects), Sound recordings (Content ratings)
Cicely Tyson Tours Famine Areas in Africa as Head of UNICEF Projects
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Cicely Tyson (American actress.), UNICEF, Relief work (Africa)

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