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Jesse Jackson and Heads of African Nations Map Plans to Seek Shift in U.S. Policy
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Apartheid, United States (Foreign relations, Southern Africa, South Africa), Southern Africa (Foreign relations, United States), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Coca-Cola to Sell Its Holdings in South Africa
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Coca-Cola Company, Apartheid, Investments, American (South Africa)
Coretta King Pushes Reagan to OK S. African Sanctions After Recent Visit There
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Coretta Scott King (American civil rights leader.); 1927-2006, Sanctions (International law), Apartheid, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Actress Judy Pace Weds Ex-baseball Star Flood
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Judy Pace; 1946-., Curt Flood; 1938-1997
FCC Wants to End Policy Favoring Minorities, Women
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United States Federal Communications Commission, Minorities in the mass media industry, Women in the mass media industry, Blacks in the mass media industry
Broadcasters Design Plan to Help Minority Students
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National Association of Broadcasters, Minorities in the television broadcasting industry
White Supremacy Airs in Idaho, Few Viewers Object; Cosby Film Follows
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Race relations in television, White supremacy movements, Pocatello (Idaho) (Race relations)
Race and Reason
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Race and reason (Television program) (Reviews)
Los Angeles Awards $575,000 to Man Shot by Policeman
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Police shootings, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Police)
8th Chicago Suburb Agrees to Seek Blacks for Jobs
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United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Blacks (Employment), Chicago (Ill.) (Employees)

Md. County Passes Tough Anti-apartheid Biz Law
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Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid, Howard County (Md.) (County contracts)
Ellington Collection to be Bought by Smithsonian
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Duke Ellington (American band leader and composer); 1899-1974 (Archives), National Museum of American History (U.S.)
Research Center Focuses on Progress of Blacks
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Joint Center for Political Studies (U.S.)
GOP Gives Report on Black Progress Under Reagan
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Republican Party (U.S.), Blacks (Political activities)
Bradley's Coffers are Low in Calif. Gov. Campaign
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, Campaign funds, California (Politics and government)
Voter Drives Targeting Blacks and Women in '86
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Voter registration
Despondent Welfare Mom Kills Kids, Leaps to Death
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Laura Belizaire, Murder, Suicide, Long Beach (Calif.) (Public welfare)
Power of Personal Prayer Shown in New Research
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Prayer
Researchers Agree TV's Violent Shows Effect Kids
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Violence in television, Television and children
Court Tells Little Rock Promote Black Policemen
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Black police, Little Rock (Ark.) (Police)
Busy on the Field, Fridge to Become an Action Toy
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William Perry
Ex-Rocket Lucas Starts Rehab Fitness Program
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John Lucas, Drug abuse (Therapy)
Aaron, Ashe Join Panel to Pick Cereal Box Star
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Cereal foods (Advertising), Athletes as advertising spokesmen
Olympic Star Flo Hyman Named to Women's Shrine
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Flo Hyman (American volleyball player.); 1954-1986, Women's Sports Hall of Fame
Bubba Smith Says No More Lite Commercials
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Bubba Smith, Miller Brewing Company, Beer (Advertising), Television advertising, Athletes as advertising spokesmen
Lecturer Mercury Morris Headlines N.C. Drug Confab
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Mercury Morris, Drug abuse (Conferences)
3rd Circle City Classic Brings Black College Football to Indianapolis
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Football, College
Central State's New Thrust Wins Students
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Central State University (Ohio)

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