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Blacks Make Big Gains in November Elections
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Mike Espy; 1953-., Elections, Black public officers, Mississippi (Politics and government)
Faye Williams Loses Vote, But Wins Blacks' Respect
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Faye Williams, Louisiana (Politics and government)
Bradley Loses Gov. Race, Plans 5th Mayoral Term
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, California (Politics and government)
Virginia Installs Its First Black Federal Judge
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James R. Spencer, Courts (Virginia)
Miami Merchant Cleared in 'booby Trap' Death
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Prentice Rasheed, Burglary protection, Electric shock, Miami (Fla.) (Crime)
Money Problems May Sink Women's Basketball League
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National Women's Basketball Association
Black College All-stars to Play in Freedom Bowl
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Football, College (Bowl games)
Win Pushes Jim Thorpe to PGA Millionaire Status
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Jim Thorpe (American golfer.); 1949-, Golf (Tournaments)
Four Blacks Among 11 Up for Basketball Hall
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Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Hagler-Leonard Fight Set After 5 Years of Talking
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-., Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Boxing

PUSH Calls for Boycott of Revlon, Holds 'mock' Funeral
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Revlon Inc, Operation PUSH, Boycott, Black consumers
New Evidence Frees Man of Life Term in Prison
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Nathaniel Walker, Rape, Miscarriage of justice, Criminal justice, Administration of (New Jersey)
Fla. Dad Pleads for His Dope-using Son to Get More Than 10-days in Jail
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Crack (Cocaine), Sanford (Fla.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Ex-Panther Newton Turns Himself in on Gun Rap
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Huey Newton (American revolutionary.); 1942-1989
Jackson Confers with New Mozambique Leader After Funeral of Samora Machel
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Joaquim Alberto Chissano (Mozambican president.); 1939-, Samora Machel (Mozambican president.), Mozambique (Politics and government)
Boston Children's Hospital Studies Child Care Crisis
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Children's Hospital (Boston, Mass.), Child welfare, Black family
Sexual Abuse Charges New Quirk in Custody Cases
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Incest, Custody of children
Segregation Ranks High in Northern Cities
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Discrimination in housing
Black Telephone Worker who Dated White Woman, Files Suit to Keep His Job
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David Thompson, Continental Telephone Company of Virginia, Interracial dating, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
16,000 Pilots with Drunk Driving History Reported
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Drunk driving, Air pilots (Alcohol use)
Maryland's First Black Basketball Coach 'honored'.
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Bob Wade, Basketball, College
'Super Bowl Shuffle' Funds Finally on Way to Needy
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Super Bowl (Football) (Songs and music)
Ebony Wins Top Honors at CEBA Awards Ceremony
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Ebony (Periodical), Communications Excellence to Black Audiences Awards
Actress Jeannie Bell, Multi-millionaire Wed
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Jeannie Bell, Gary Judis
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)
'Cosby Show' Reruns Sell for a Record $22 Million
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Television programs (Syndicated programs, Reruns)
Poitier Seeks Mandela Role in Belafonte Production
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Sidney Poitier (American actor and film director.), Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Harry Belafonte (American singer and actor.), Apartheid in television
Luther Vandross Reveals how He Lost 126 Pounds
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Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter.), Dieting
Sly Stone Jailed Over Child Support Payments
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Sly Stone (American singer and songwriter.); 1944-, Support (Domestic relations)
Obituary
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Eddie Davis (American saxophonist.); 1922-1986
Whoopi Goldberg to Star in Movie on Apartheid
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Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.), Apartheid in motion pictures

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