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NCNW Sponsors Two-day Confab on Black Family
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National Council of Negro Women, Black family
Sanctions Against Front-line States Will Hurt the White S. Africans: Mugabe
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Robert Gabriel Mugabe; 1924- (Visit to the United States), Sanctions (International law), Apartheid, South Africa (Foreign relations, Zimbabwe), Zimbabwe (Foreign relations, South Africa)
How Blacks Want Japan's Leader to Apologize for Making Racial Slur
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Yasuhiro Nakasone, Intelligence (Minorities, Japanese), Japanese and blacks
AHBAI Demands Apology for Revlon Racial Slur
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Revlon Inc, American Health and Beauty Aids Institute, Black consumers, Hair care products (Marketing)
Black Runs as Republican for Congress in Ark
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Lamar Keels, Arkansas (Politics and government)
Spud Webb, Hawks Agree on New 4-year Contract
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Spud Webb
Tiant Admits Tax Debt, Upset Over Deadbeat Rap
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Luis Tiant; 1940-., Tax evasion, Taxation (Massachusetts)
Boxing Champs Support Safety Ideals, Regulation
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Boxing (Accidents and injuries, Laws and regulations)
Bears' Star Payton Gets NFL Record 20,000 Yards
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Walter Payton; 1954-1999, Football records, Rushing (Football)
Giants Put Blue on Hold, So He Considers Japan
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Vida Blue

Bradley Addresses Bias in Race for Calif. Gov
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, California (Politics and government)
Farrakhan Pays Tribute to Elijah Muhammad, Pushes Economic Development
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Louis Farrakhan (American Black Muslim leader.); 1933-, Elijah Muhammad (American Black Muslim leader.); 1897-1975, Nation of Islam
Heart Patient Dies After Punch from School Bully
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Heart, Artificial
Post Apologizes After D.C. Blacks Charge Racism
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Washington post, Blacks (Press coverage)
Lincoln University Names Its First Woman President
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Niara Sudarkasa, Lincoln University (Pa.)
Brown Vs. Board of Ed Case Reopened in Topeka, Kan
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Public schools (Desegregation), Topeka (Kan.) (Education)
Jews, Arabs May Benefit from Civil Rights Laws
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United States Supreme Court, Minorities (Civil rights)
Cop who Saved MOVE Child Resigning Due to Stress
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MOVE (Organization), Police psychology, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Police)
Prince Gets Rave Reviews on First European Tour
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Prince
Lionel Richie Sizzles on 'Outrageous' Tour
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.)
Ex-champ Dokes Jailed in Las Vegas on Drug Rap
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Michael Dokes, Narcotics laws and regulations, Las Vegas (Nev.) (Crime)
Va. Grid Star Sentenced for Cocaine Trafficking
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Barry Word, Football players (Drug use)
'Super Bowl Shuffle' Hard to Bear Says Singletary
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Mike Singletary; 1958-., Super Bowl (Football) (Songs and music)
Cosby Beats Reagan, Pope as the Most Admired Man
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Heroes and heroines, Celebrities
Spencer's 'OK' Integrates Federal Bench in South
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James R. Spencer, Courts (Virginia)
Marlon Jackson Signs Deal as Solo Artist
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Marlon Jackson
X.
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Anthony Davis (American composer and pianist) (Reviews)
Fundraisers for Hunger Focus World on Problem
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USA for Africa
James Earl Jones Stars in Saga of Miners' Struggle
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James Earl Jones, Black coal miners
Matewan
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John Sayles; 1950- (Reviews), Matewan (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Amen
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Amen (Television program) (Reviews)
Sherman Hemsley and Clifton Davis Return to TV as Stars of Own Show
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Sherman Hemsley (American actor.); 1938-, Clifton Davis (American actor, songwriter clergyman.)
'Cosby Show' to Receive the 1986 Gabriel Award
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Gabriel Awards
Stevie Wonder Reveals why He Would Like to See
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.)
Minority-owned Stations Over Two Percent Total
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Television stations, Black, Radio stations, Black

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