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President Clinton, Former President Carter Tell: 'What Dr. Martin Luther King Means to Me'.
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Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Jimmy Carter (American president.); 1924-, Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, Blacks (Civil rights), United States (Race relations)
Slater Announces New Round of Road Building
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Rodney Slater; 1955-., Express highways (Federal aid)
Ex-welfare Recipient Leads Fight to End Aid Program
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Antonio Riley; 1963-., Public welfare (Wisconsin)
Rev. Jackson Urges Worshippers to 'turn Tragedy Into Triumph'.
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Colin Ferguson (Jamaican murderer.), Long Island RR. mass murder, 1993
Two Blacks are Ringing in the New Year After Winning $45 Mil. Each in DC Powerball Lottery
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Percy Ray Pridgen; d. 1995, Charles Gill, Lottery winners, Lotteries (Washington (D.C.))
Black Quarterbacks Emerge at Major Colleges, Universities
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Black football players
Blacks Thrill Viewers of New Year's Day Bowl Games
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Black football players, Football, College (Bowl games)
Grocery Chain Agrees to Pay $107.2m Settlement in Female Employees' Sex Bias Case
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Lucky Stores Inc, Supermarkets (Employees), Women (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
McRae and Jamal Named Masters of Jazz by NEA.
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Carmen McRae (American singer.); 1920-1994, Ahmad Jamal (American jazz pianist and composer.); 1930-, National Endowment for the Arts, Masters of Jazz Award
Surgeon Gen. Elders Says She Stands by Her Son who was Arrested for Selling Cocaine
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Joycelyn Elders (American surgeon general.), Kevin Maurice Elders, United States Surgeon-General's Office, Narcotics laws and regulations, Little Rock (Ark.) (Crime)

Camille Cosby Acquires the Film, Stage and Television Rights to 'Delany Sisters' Life Story
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Camille Cosby (wife of American comedian Bill Cosby and philanthropist.), Bessie Delany (American dentist.), Sadie Delany (American science teacher.), Centenarians, Black women (History), United States (Race relations, History)
Jimi Hendrix's Death to be Re-investigated
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Jimi Hendrix (American guitarist and singer.)
Toni Braxton
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Toni Braxton
Dionne Warwick Responds to Allegations that She Mishandled Funds Raised for AIDS Awareness
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Dionne Warwick, AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising, Ethical aspects)
Philadelphia
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Jonathan Demme (American film director) (Reviews), Philadelphia (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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