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Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice Chosen by Bush for Top Foreign Policy Posts
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Colin L. Powell (American Secretary of state); 1937- (Selection and appointment), Condoleezza Rice (American Secretary of state); 1954- (Selection and appointment), George W. Bush (American president) (Appointees, advisers, staff, etc)
Clinton Honors Noted Blacks with National Arts and Humanities Medals
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Toni Morrison (American novelist.); 1931-, Maya Angelou (American poet and memoirist.), Benny Carter (American saxophonist.), Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, National Medal of Arts, National Humanities Medal
White Doctor Criticized for Granting Patient's Request to Keep Black Man Off Surgical Team
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Race discrimination, Physicians and patients, Hospitals (Race relations)
Shaq Earns Degree from Louisiana State University Eight Years After Going Pro
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Shaquille O'Neal (American basketball player.); 1972-, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
Federal Court Upholds Affirmative Action Admissions Policies at University of Michigan
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University of Michigan, Colleges and universities (Admission), Affirmative action in education, Detroit (Mich.) (Race relations)
Newly Elected Georgia County Sheriff Gunned Down Outside His Home
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Derwin Brown (American police officer) (Murder)
Three Black Football Greats Inducted to College Football Hall of Fame
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Marcus Allen (American football player.); 1960-, Johnny Rodgers (football player.); 1951-, Mike Haynes (American football player.); 1953-, College Football Hall of Fame
Venus Williams Signs Richest Endorsement Contract Ever for Female Athlete
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Venus Williams; 1980- (Personal finance), Reebok International Ltd, Athletes as advertising spokesmen
Roebuch 'Pops' Staples, Founder of Famed Staple Singers, Dies
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Pops Staples (American blues singer and guitarist.); 1914-2000
Gail Fisher of 'Mannix' TV Fame Dies in L.A.
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Gail Fisher; 1935-2000

Maryland College Senior Westley Moore Named Only Black U.S. Rhodes Scholar for 2001
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Westley W. Moore (American army officer and Rhodes scholar.), Rhodes scholars and scholarships
Police Probe Complaint K-Ci and JoJo Member Exposed Himself on Stage in L.A.
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JoJo Hailey, K-Ci Hailey, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Moral conditions)
Thomas Reveals Early Language Problem Led to His Preference of Listening, Not Talking on Bench
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Clarence Thomas (Language), Black English
'Amos 'n' Andy' TV Show Star Nick Stewart, who Played Lightnin', Dies
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Nick Stewart (American actor.); 1910-2000
Life and Works of Poet Gwendolyn Brooks Celebrated During Memorial Service in Chicago
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Gwendolyn Brooks (American poet) (Death and burial)
Erykah Badu
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Erykah Badu (American singer and songwriter.)

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