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Black Leaders Assail Japan PM's Recent Racial Slurs
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Yasuhiro Nakasone, Intelligence (Minorities, Japanese), Japanese and blacks
Reagan Refuses to Meet with African Leaders
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United States (Foreign relations, Southern Africa), Southern Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Jet-Ebony Photog Wins Praise for N.Y. Show
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Moneta Sleet (American photojournalist.); 1926-1996, Blacks (History, Photographs)
'Cosby Show' Snubbed at Emmy Awards Ceremony; Receives Only One Honor
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Emmy Awards
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)
States Try to Protect AIDS Victims from Discrimination
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AIDS (Disease) and employment, Discrimination in employment
Wage Boost for Black Men Higher Than Whites'.
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Wages and salaries, Blacks (Employment)
Richie Wows Country Fans with Live TV Performance
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.)
Shultz Calls for More Blacks in Foreign Service
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George P. Shultz (American Secretary of state.); 1920-, United States Dept. of State Foreign Service
Reminded of Stingley, Packers' Lewis Quits
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Tim Lewis, Football, Professional (Accidents and injuries)

Jet Editor Graduates with Journalism Honors from Roosevelt University
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Sylvia Flanagan, Roosevelt University, Jet (Periodical), Journalism (Study and teaching)
Jackson, Miss., Has U.S.'s 1st Black Network TV Affiliate
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Television stations, Black
Studies Link Teen-age Suicides to TV Programs
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Teenage suicide in television, Teenage suicide
Mississippi Newspaper Drops 'biased' Ads
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Jackson clarion-ledger, Real estate business (Advertising), Discrimination in housing
White Church Lifts Its Policy of Banning Blacks
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Baptists (United States), Church and race relations, Blacks (Segregation), Michigan (Religion)
White Marion, Ind., Pastor Fired by Church After Racial Controversy Arises
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Ned Gillum, Clergy (Dismissal), Church and race relations, Marion (Ind.) (Religion)
Racial Unrest Erupts in Toledo, Ohio, Communities
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Toledo (Ohio) (Race relations)
Former Oklahoma Senator Convicted on Cocaine Rap
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Bernard McIntyre, Cocaine, Politicians (Drug use)
Forced Into Sex in Park, Fla. Girl, Family Sue Police
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Shelia Golden, Sex crimes, Police brutality, Eustis (Fla.) (Police)
Reagan Fosters Scientific Study at Meeting with Black College Presidents
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Black colleges and universities (Research, Federal aid)
Tutu's Fund Sponsors Refugees at U.S. Colleges
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Bishop Desmond Tutu Southern African Refugee Scholarship Fund
Lawson Announces New Pact with New Orleans
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Lawson National Distributing Company, New Orleans (La.) (Transit systems)
Obituary
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Clancy Williams
Unhappy Globetrotters Quit Clowning Over Dispute
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Harlem Globetrotters
NBA Doctors Study Cause of Growing Foot Injuries
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Foot (Wounds and injuries), Basketball, Professional (Accidents and injuries)
Thomas Sees Pressure Despite Skating Titles
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Debi Thomas (American figure skater.); 1967-, Figure skating (Women, Competitions)
NBA's Top Scorer Wilkins Joins Top Paid Players
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Dominique Wilkins
Finch Accepts Job as 1st Black Memphis St. Coach
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Larry Finch, Memphis State University, Basketball, College
NCAA Prepares to Test Athletes for Drug Use
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National Collegiate Athletic Association, Drug abuse (Testing), College athletes (Drug use)
Lonette McKee Relates to Abuse, Racism in Role as 'Lady Day'.
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Billie Holiday (American singer.); 1915-1959, Lonette McKee (actress.)
Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill
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Lanie Robertson (Reviews)
Aretha Gets R-e-s-p-e-c-t as 1st Lady of Rock Hall of Fame
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Aretha Franklin, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Relationships of Sinatra with Blacks that Book about Him Does Not Highlight
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Frank Sinatra; 1915-1998, Black entertainers

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