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New Bank Pledges $115 Billion to Become Top Bank Mortgage Lender to Minorities
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NationsBank Corp (Acquisitions and mergers), BankAmerica Corp (Acquisitions and mergers), Bank holding companies (Acquisitions and mergers), Blacks (Housing), Mortgages
Cohen Delivers ROTC Commissioning Address at Norfolk State
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William S. Cohen (American Secretary of defense.), Norfolk State University, United States Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps
Chicago Youth, 15, Dies After Hospital Refused Him Aid
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Christopher Sercye; d. 1998, Ravenswood Hospital Medical Center (Chicago, Ill.), Hospitals (Emergency services), Murder, Gunshot wounds, Chicago (Ill.) (Crime)
Why are So Many Children Committing Murder?
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Murder, Black youth (Crime), Juvenile delinquents and delinquency
New Drug Herceptin Shrinks Breast Tumors
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Breast (Cancer, Therapy), Herceptin
Illinois Judge Assigned to Administrative Duties While Awaiting Outcome of Misconduct Case
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Oliver Spurlock, Sexual harassment, Black judges (Sexual behavior), Cook County (Ill.) (Courts)
Dorothy Donegan, Famed Jazz Pianist, Dies
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Dorothy Donegan; 1922-1998
Blacks Angered by Radio Advertising Firm's Bias Memo; President of Organization Apologizes
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Katz Media Group, Inc, Radio advertising (Time purchasing), Radio stations, Black, Discrimination in advertising media purchasing
Bulls' Jordan Criticizes Rodman's 'antics' During Playoffs
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Dennis Rodman (American basketball player.), Chicago Bulls (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Playoffs, Ethical aspects)
Earl 'the Goat' Manigault, New York Street Basketball Great, Dies of Heart Failure
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Earl Manigault; d. 1998

R. Kelly: What's Next for the Grammy Award-winning Superstar
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R. Kelly (American singer, songwriter and record producer.)
Legendary Musicians Want to Put an End to Impersonators; Want to Amend Current Copyright Legislation
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Copyright (Music), Black music (History), Impostors, Impersonation, Black musicians, Trademarks

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