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Garrett, Fletcher Named to Key Positions by Bush
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Thad Garrett (clergyman and political adviser.); 1948-1999, Arthur Allen Fletcher (American civil rights leader and government official.); 1924-2005, United States Commission on Civil Rights, United Nations (United States)
D.C. Ground-breaking for Edward Mazique Center
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Edward C. Mazique Parent-Child Center (Washington, D.C.)
Doctors to Meet in Kenya on High Blood Pressure
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International Society on Hypertension in Blacks
Mary Wilson to Have Her Beatles' Limo Auctioned
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Mary Wilson (American singer.); 1944-, Limousines, Automobile auctions
Eddie Murphy Explains why He's Making Next Movie in Hollywood, Not Harlem
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Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Harlem (New York, N.Y.) in motion pictures
Top Blacks Qualified to Replace Pete Rozelle
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Pete Rozelle, National Football League (Commissioner), Discrimination in sports
Linda Hopkins Returns to Broadway in New Musical 'Black and Blue'.
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Linda Hopkins (American singer and actress.)
Black and Blue
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Claudio Segovia (Reviews), Hector Orezzoli; d. 1991 (Reviews)
Actress Beverly Todd's Son Dies After Nightclub Brawl
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Malik Smith; d. 1989, Beverly Todd (American actress.)
LaToya at Odds with Her Mother and Her Church as Sex Maniac Threatens Life
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LaToya Jackson

Obituary
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Arnett Cleophus Cobb; 1918-1989
Todd Bridges Tells how Hollywood Destroyed His Life and how God is Rebuilding it
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Todd Bridges, Murder, Celebrities (Drug use), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
The Life Expectancy Gap Widens for Blacks, Whites
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Longevity, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Willie Mays Called Shots as Giants Centerfielder
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Willie Mays; 1931-.
Arsenio Hall's TV Talk Show Keeps Fans Awake with Fun and Famous Faces
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Arsenio Hall (American comedian and talk show host.), Television programs (Talk shows, Late night programs)
The Arsenio Hall Show
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Arsenio Hall show (Television program) (Reviews)
A Different World
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Different world (Television program) (Reviews)
Jackson to Appear on 'A Different World' in New Segment on Voting
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Voter registration, Black suffrage

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