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Supreme Court Hires Two Black Law Clerks
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United States Supreme Court, Black law clerks
Rev. William Shaw of Philadelphia Elected President of National Baptist Convention
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William Shaw (American clergyman.), National Baptist Convention of the United States of America
Rev. Jesse Jackson Recalls how Blacks and Jews Marched for the Same Causes
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Jews and blacks
Engineer James West Inducted to National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron, OH.
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James E. West (American electronics engineer and inventor.), National Inventors Hall of Fame
Experts Say Prenuptial Agreements Could Save You Lots of Grief in the Long Run
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Marriage contracts
Dionne Warwick's Home in Brazil Burglarized
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Dionne Warwick, Burglary and burglars, Americans (Housing, Brazil)
Second Million Youth March Held in Harlem, NY.
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Million Youth March, 1999, Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Houston Comets Blaze with Third-straight WNBA Championship
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New York Liberty (Basketball team), Houston Comets (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Women, Championships)
Serena Williams Wins at U.S. Open; First Black Female Champion Since 1958
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Serena Williams; 1981-., U.S. Open (Tennis tournament) (Women)
Lauryn Hill Gets Four MTV Awards; Will Smith TLC & Jay Z Also Win
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MTV Video Music Awards

Charles Rangel and Percy Sutton Cleared of Wrongdoing in Apollo Theater Business Case
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Charles B. Rangel (American congressman.); 1930-, Percy E. Sutton (American municipal official, broadcasting executive and civil rights activist.); 1920-2009, Apollo Theatre (New York, N.Y.), Inner City Broadcasting Corporation

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