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UNCF CEO William Gray Praises President Bush for $375 Million Education Bill
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William H. Gray (III, American congressman and college fund administrator), United Negro College Fund, Black colleges and universities (Federal aid)
D.C. Mayor Doesn't Take Pat on Backside Lightly by Redskins' Owner
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Sharon Pratt Kelly; 1944-., Jack Kent Cooke; 1912-1997, Football, Professional (Organization and administration), Sexual harassment, Washington (D.C.) (Sports)
Three Blacks Likely to Represent Georgia in U.S. House Next Year
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Cynthia McKinney; 1955-., Sanford Dixon Bishop; 1947-., Georgia (Politics and government)
Obituary
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Carroll Sockwell
AIDS-like Symptoms Found in People Without HIV: Experts
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HIV infections, AIDS (Disease) (Causes), Viruses
Trial to be Moved for Man Charged with Slaying NAACP's Medgar Evers
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Byron De La Beckwith (Trials, litigation, etc), Medgar Wiley Evers; 1925-1963 (Assassination)
$22 Million in Contracts to Refurbish Riot-scarred LA Goes to Minority Firms
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Minority contractors, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Riots, 1992, Economic aspects)
Black Supply Firm Wins $3.75 Million Contract from Texas Instruments
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Texas Instruments Incorporated, On-Target Supplies and Logistical Services (Firm)
Eddie Murphy Responds to White Movie Critics
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Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Black professionals in motion pictures
Boomerang
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Reginald Hudlin (American film and television director) (Reviews), Boomerang (Motion picture: 1992) (Reviews)

Major Portion of Affluent Blacks in the U.S. Lives in State of Maryland: Census
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Blacks (Maryland, Economic conditions)
Obituary
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Mary Wells; 1943-1992
Obituary
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Joe Newman; 1922-1992
High Court Ruling Clouds Future of Black Colleges
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Colleges and universities (Mississippi, Desegregation), Black colleges and universities (State aid)
Alabama Widow Gets Back Home Seized in Drug Raid
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Gussie Gantt, Narcotics laws and regulations, Asset forfeiture, Montgomery (Ala.) (Crime)
Ice-T Cites a Double Standard in Criticism of His Song 'Cop Killer'.
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Ice-T (American rapper and actor.), Police brutality in rap music, Race relations in rap music
1992 Racial Report Card Notes Gains in Pro Sports
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Discrimination in sports
Blacks who are Best Bets to Win Gold in Olympics
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Black athletes, Olympic athletes, Olympic Games, 1992 (Barcelona, Spain)
Stevie Wonder Travels to Cameroon, Africa
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Americans (Cameroon)
Unforgiven
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Clint Eastwood (American actor and film director) (Reviews), Unforgiven (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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