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Muslim Minister Gives Prayer in U.S. Senate
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Warith Deen Muhammad (American Islamic leader.); 1933-, United States Congress Senate, Nation of Islam
Jody Watley Meets with Bush at White House
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Jody Watley
A. Barry Rand Named Xerox Exec. Vice Pres
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A. Barry Rand, Xerox Corp
Major Drop in High School Drug Use, Study Reveals
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Youth (Drug use)
Obituary
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Alex Haley (American biographer, historian and journalist.); 1921-1992
Natalie Cole Gains New Fame with Father's Music Even Though Her Musical Mother Disapproves
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Nat King Cole; 1919?-1965, Natalie Cole, Maria Cole
College Students Support Organ Donations But They're Reluctant to Donate
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Black college students (Attitudes), Blacks (Health and hygiene), Donation of organs, tissues, etc
Hawkins, Lanier, Head Hall of Fame Inductees
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Connie Hawkins; 1942-., Bob Lanier, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
American Andre Cason Sets New 60-meter Mark
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Andre Cason, Track and field athletics records
Kareem Vs 'Dr. J' in One-on-one Game to Benefit Magic's Crusade Against AIDS.
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Julius Erving (American basketball player.); 1950-, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (American basketball player.); 1947-, Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising), AIDS (Disease) and athletes, Basketball (Benefit games), Pay-per-view (Sports)

Mike Tyson Convicted of Raping Teen Beauty, Faces 60 Years in Jail
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Mike Tyson; 1966-., Miss Black America Pageant, Trials (Rape)
Spike Lee Teaches Film Class at Harvard Univ
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Spike Lee, Harvard University, Motion pictures (Study and teaching), Blacks in motion pictures
Hampton U. Grad. Youngest Black on White House Staff
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Carvel Clarence Lewis, Hampton University, Points-of-Light Initiative (Program)
President Names Perkins as New UN Ambassador
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Edward J. Perkins (American diplomat.), United Nations (United States)
Magic Johnson Shines in NBA All-star Game Winning Hearts, MVP.
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Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, AIDS (Disease) and athletes, Basketball, Professional (All-star games)
Final Analysis
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Phil Joanou (American motion picture director) (Reviews), Final analysis (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Black History Month: Stars Reveal Their Favorite Heroes in Black History
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Black History Month, Black celebrities

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