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White Ministers Who Took Stand Against Racism In '60s Meet In Mississippi
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Church and race relations, Blacks (Civil rights, History), Mississippi (Race relations, History)
Linda Johnson Rice And Richard D. Parsons Named Co-Chairs Of Smithsonian's National Museum Of African American History And Culture
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Linda Johnson Rice (American publishing executive) (Selection and appointment), Richard D. Parsons (American motion picture and broadcasting executive); 1948- (Selection and appointment), National Museum of African American History and Culture (Proposed) (Officials)
Ticker Tape
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Blacks
FBI Continues Investigation Of 1955 Emmett Till Murder; Exhumes Body For Autopsy
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Emmett Till (African American teenaged lynching victim); 1941-1955 (Murder), United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal investigation, Crime and criminals (Mississippi), Mississippi (Race relations)
Oklahoma Man Supplies Key Evidence Incriminating Grandson In Precious Doe Murder Case
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Erica Michelle Marie Green (American child and murder victim); d. 2001 (Murder), Harrell Johnson (American murder suspect) (Trials, litigation, etc), Alonzo Washington (American comic book artist and publisher.); 1967-, Kansas City (Mo.) (Crime)
Wachovia Corporation Admits Ties To Slavery; Apologizes
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Wachovia Corp, Slavery (Reparations), Blacks (Civil rights)
Aerobic Workout Tips
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Aerobics, Exercise (Physiological effects)
Clarence Smith Releases Debut CD On His New Record Label
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Clarence O. Smith (American magazine publisher.); 1933-, Soul music (Sound recordings)
Henry Louis Gates Jr. Elected Chair Of Pulitzer Board
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Henry Louis Gates (American professor of African-American studies) (Selection and appointment), Pulitzer prizes
Plan Ahead To Enjoy Traveling With Your Pet
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Travel with pets

Oscar Brown Jr., 78, Singer-Songwriter, Dies
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Oscar Brown (American singer, songwriter and dramatist.); 1926-2005
Summertime Family Fitness Fun
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Physical fitness, Summer, Family
Robert Johnson Steps Down As BET CEO; Names Debra Lee To Succeed Him In Post
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Robert Louis Johnson (American television and basketball executive) (Retirement), Debra Lee (American broadcasting executive); 1954- (Selection and appointment), Black Entertainment Television (Officials)
This Week In Black History
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Simmie Knox (American painter.), Wellington E. Webb (American mayor.); 1941-
Congress Approves Task Force To Honor Slaves Who Built The U.S. Capitol
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United States Congress Senate, Capitol (Washington, D.C.), White House (Washington, D.C.), Washington (D.C.) (Blacks, History)
Arson Ruled In Cleveland's Deadliest House Fire That Kills Nine
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Arson, Houses (Fires and fire prevention), Cleveland (Ohio) (Crime)
Cleveland Hires Mike Brown, Puts Trust In Rookie Head Coach
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Mike Brown (American basketball coach); 1970- (Selection and appointment), Cleveland Cavaliers (Basketball team)
Kurt Carr: Gospel Sensation Returns With New CD 'One Church'.
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Kurt Carr (American gospel singer and songwriter.), Gospel music (Sound recordings)
Ludacris
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Ludacris (American rapper.)
Johnny Mathis Records New CD 'Isn't It Romantic' And Reveals Key To His Longevity
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Johnny Mathis (American singer.)

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