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Chicago Mayor Names City's Second Black Police Chief
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Leroy Martin, Black police chiefs, Chicago (Ill.) (Police)
Marshall's Ex-clerk Tabbed for U.S. Supreme Court Seat
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Douglas H. Ginsburg (American judge.); 1946-, United States Supreme Court (Nominees)
Black Mayors Rap Funding for U.S. War on Drugs
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Black mayors, Narcotics laws and regulations
Girl, 3, Fights Odds After Multiple Organ Transplant
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Tabatha Foster; 1984-1988, Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc
Police Probe Mystery Death of Dawkins' Wife
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Kelly Barnes Dawkins; d. 1987, Darryl Dawkins
Charges Prisons Ruled by 'institutional Racism'.
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Benjamin Ward, Prisons (Race relations)
Eldridge Cleaver Fights Charge; Holds Fund-raiser
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Eldridge Cleaver; 1935-1998, Narcotics laws and regulations
Celebrity Ads Promote National Bible Week
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Celebrities (Religious life), National Bible Week
Houston Catholics Must Refrain from Sex to Have Gala Church Wedding
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Sexual behavior (Religious aspects, Catholic Church), Marriage (Religious aspects, Catholic Church), Unmarried couples, Houston (Tex.) (Religion)
3 Secrets about Men that Women Won't Keep
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Friendship, Women and men, Personal secrets

$4 Mil. Loan Set to Aid Minority Medical Students
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National Medical Fellowships, Black medical students, Black medical colleges (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Higher Learning Means Higher Earnings, Study
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Wage differentials, Labor (Education)
Blacks Seek Aid for Big Losses in Calif. Quake
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Relief work, Earthquakes (California), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Blacks)
Obituary
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John Oliver Killens (American novelist, dramatist and short story writer.); 1916-1987
Obituary
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Ruby Dandridge; d. 1987
Obituary
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Revella Hughes; d. 1987
Obituary
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Harold B. Jones; d. 1987
Commerce's Harold Jones Found Shot; Ruled Suicide
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Suicide
Jarreau Wins New Fans with 'Moonlighting' Tune
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Al Jarreau, Television music (Sound recordings)
Image Awards Omits Actress Category Citing Few Roles
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Image Awards, Black actors and actresses
University 'madam' Gets $1000 Fine, Probation
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Joyce Owens, DePaul University, Prostitution, College students (Sexual behavior)
'227' Star Fills Man Void with Pricey Toy
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Alaina Reed-Amini (American actress and singer.); 1946-2009, Automobile ownership
Women's Headaches Can be Cured with Sex
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Headache, Sexual behavior
November Issue of Ebony Remembers Marcus Garvey
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Marcus Garvey; 1887-1940, Universal Negro Improvement Association, Blacks (Nationalism)
Record Fourth Title Win Sets Hearns Atop Boxing
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Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Juan Domingo Roldan, Boxing
1st Female Globetrotter Quits in Contract Flap
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Lynette Woodard; 1959-., Harlem Globetrotters
Foreman Nixes Arizona for Heavyweight Bout
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George Foreman; 1949-., Boxing, Arizona (Race relations)
Sampson, Wife Reconcile, Divorce Suit Shelved
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Ralph Sampson, Aleize Rena Dial
Levert Follows in Famed Footsteps of the O'Jays
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Levert (Musical group)
Whoopi Goldberg and Sam Elliott Star in 'Fatal Beauty,' a Humor-laced Drama
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Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.)
Fatal Beauty
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Ted Holland; 1945- (Reviews), Fatal beauty (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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