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Kansas City Rights Leaders Praise Court's Decision
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Education (Finance), Public schools (Desegregation), Kansas City (Mo.) (Taxation, Education)
Obituary
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Ralph D. Abernathy (American clergyman and civil rights leader.); 1926-1990
NIAID Awards $1,239,621 for AIDS at Black Colleges
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National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (U.S.), Black colleges and universities (Research, Federal aid), AIDS (Disease) and blacks
Celebrity Parents Feted at Lincoln University
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Lincoln University (Pa.), Black celebrities' families
Virginia Union Alumnus Makes $1 Million Gift
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Evelyn Reid Syphax, Virginia Union University, Black colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Thirty-four Black Major League Baseball Players Earn $1 Million Or More
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Black baseball players (Salaries)
Braves Hank Aaron Mulls Retiring from Baseball
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Hank Aaron; 1934-., Atlanta Braves (Baseball team)
Michael Jordan Calls Criticism a Bum Rap
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Athletes as advertising spokesmen, Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Murder, Clothing and dress (Theft), Youth (Crimes against), Sneakers
Stars Shine in London to Aid Mandela's Fight to Win Freedom
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Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Rock concerts (Benefit performances), Apartheid
Janet Jackson and Paula Abdul Share Top Spot in Song and Dance
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Janet Jackson (American singer.), Paula Abdul (American dancer, choreographer, singer and talent judge on television program.)

Playboy Names First Black Playmate of Year
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Renee Tenison, Playboy (Periodical)
McCartney Blames Yoko for Jackson's Beatles Purchase
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Paul McCartney (English singer and songwriter.), Beatles, Royalties, Copyright (Music)
Janet Jackson Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Janet Jackson, Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)
90th Anniversary of Black Anthem 'Lift Every Voice' Feted by All-star Remake
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Melba Moore (American singer and actress.), James Weldon Johnson (American poet, novelist, diplomat and civil rights leader); 1871-1938

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