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Contents

25 Years Later, Voters Campaign March Re-created with Civil Rights Veterans
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Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965 (Reenactments)
Gray Leads Delegation in S. Africa; ANC Picks Mandela as Deputy Pres
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William H. Gray (III.), African National Congress, Apartheid, Congressmen (Travel)
Morehouse Med School Hit with EEOC Charges
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Morehouse School of Medicine, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Black women (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Black Residents Respond as 'Batman' Star Buys Their South Georgia Town
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Kim Basinger, Braselton (Ga.) (Blacks)
Annenberg Announces Gift of $50 Million to UNCF.
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Walter H. Annenberg (American magazine and newspaper publisher, diplomat and philanthropist.); 1908-2002, United Negro College Fund
Who Gets Fortune If Lottery Winner Dies?
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Lottery winners, Estates, Decedents'.
5-year-old Texas Boy Dies After Drinking Liquor
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Raymond Griffin; d. 1990, Youth (Alcohol use), Everman (Tex.) (Crime)
Buster Busts Wrestlers as Knockout Bout Referee
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Buster Douglas (American boxer.), Wrestling, Professional (Officiating)
College Star Collapses, Dies During Hoop Game
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Hank Gathers
Medic Cuts Langhart Out of Will, Commits Suicide
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Robert William Kistner (physician.); 1917-1990, Janet Langhart Cohen (American television talk show host and wife of Secretary of defense William S. Cohen.), Suicide, Wills

Morehouse Salutes 7 Men as Positive Role Models
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Morehouse College, Blacks (Awards)
Obituary
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Cornell Gunter; d. 1990
Lola Falana: Sexy Star Tells why She is Giving Up Show Biz to Become a Nun
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Lola Falana, Handicapped entertainers (Religious life), Black handicapped women (Religious life)
Miss Mich. Carole Gist is Crowned 1st Black Miss USA.
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Carole Gist (American beauty contest winner.), Miss USA Pageant

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