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Tom Bradley to Seek Fourth Term in 1985
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Politics and government)
'64 Rights Act Failed Blacks, Professor Claims
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Civil Rights Act of 1964
Leaders Jailed in Protest Against S. Africa at Its Embassy in Washington
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Civil rights demonstrations, Apartheid, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Coretta King Upset by Holiday Date Chosen for MLK in Georgia
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Coretta Scott King (American civil rights leader.); 1927-2006, Martin Luther King Day
Justice Dept. to Appeal White Quotas at TSU.
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United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Tennessee State University, Colleges and universities (Desegregation)
Blacks Receiving More Degrees But Men Lose Out; 25[percent] of Black Students Have Vocational Classes
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Blacks (Education)
Aaron Pryor, Betty Bridges End Their Engagement
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Aaron Pryor, Betty Bridges
Sullivan Reports U.S. Firms Aid South African Blacks
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Leon Howard Sullivan; 1922-2001, Apartheid, Investments, American (South Africa), Labor laws and regulations (South Africa)
Alcoholism a Threat to the Black Family
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Blacks (Alcohol use)
Fewer Blacks Than Whites Seek Mental Health Care
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Blacks (Psychiatric care)

Edward W. Brooke Named Boston Bank's Chairman
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Edward Brooke (American senator.); 1919-, Boston Bank of Commerce
Ron O'Neal is Stabbed in Fight at L.A. Restaurant
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Ron O'Neal; 1937-2004
Obituary
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Melvin H. Evans; 1917-1984
S. Africa's White Party Opens Ranks to All Races
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Political parties (South Africa), Apartheid
Rep. Gus Savage Plans Trip to Central America
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Gus Savage (American congressman.); 1925-, United States (Foreign relations, Central America), Central America (Foreign relations, United States)
Obituary
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Russell R. DeBow
City, School Mourns Star Basketball Player Killed by Teenager in Chicago
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Murder, Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Chicago (Ill.) (Crime)
Obituary
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Ben Wilson
Study Suggests New Focus on Suburb Jobs
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Location in business and industry, Suburbs
Clarence Pendleton Blasts Comparable Pay Concept
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Clarence M. Pendleton (Jr.), United States Commission on Civil Rights, Equal pay for equal work
$1 Million Plan is Set to Oust Unruly Pupils in N.J.
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Education (New Jersey), School discipline, Problem children (Education)
Officials Probing Bias at Toledo, Ohio School
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Public schools (Segregation), Toledo (Ohio) (Education)
Black Educators Face Barrier to Advancement
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Black educators
National Research Council Announces a New Minority Fellowship Program in
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National Research Council (U.S.), Scholarships and fellowships, Minorities (Education)
Desegregation Didn't Aid Black Students: Report
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Public schools (Desegregation)
Blacks Receiving More Degrees But Men Lose Out
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Degrees, Academic
Fears Prevent Ulcer Victims from Seeing Doctor Sooner
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Peptic ulcers (Therapy)
Smith Installed as New Chicago Seminary Prexy
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Kenneth Smith, Chicago Theological Seminary
Church of England Votes for Women as Priests
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Women and religion (Church of England), Ordination of women
Stephan P. Mickle Named to Florida Circuit Court
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Stephan P. Mickle, Courts (Florida)
House Panel Sees Racism on New York Police Force
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United States Congress House Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Police brutality, New York (N.Y.) (Race relations, Police)
Black Couple Harassed by Whites Files Suit
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Patricia Franklin, Spencer Goffer, Chicago (Ill.) (Race relations)
Woman Resumes Fight Over Race on Birth Certificate
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Susie Phipps (American woman involved in law suit regarding her racial classification.), Blacks (Race identity), Registers of births, etc, Louisiana (Race relations)
Boxing's Prince to Aid African Drought Victims
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Mamah Mohammed (Prince.), Relief work (Africa)
Big Pay Raise for Gwynn After Batting Title Win
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Tony Gwynn (American baseball player.); 1960-, San Diego Padres (Baseball team)
Gooden Thanks Teammate for Helping Him Win Award
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Dwight Gooden (American baseball player.), New York Mets (Baseball team), Baseball, Professional (Awards)
Olympian Moses Honored from Alma Mater to Home
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Edwin Moses; 1955-.
Michael Mania Makes Star Beat it as Cops Lose Control of Crowd
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Marla Gibbs (The Jeffersons) Susie Garrett (Punky Brewster): Two Sisters Star on TV.
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Susie Garrett, Marla Gibbs (American actress.)
Irene Cara to Star in Upcoming Movie
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Irene Cara (American actress and singer.)
Dave Winfield, Jermaine Receive Fashion Awards
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Dave Winfield (American baseball player.); 1951-, Jermaine Jackson (American singer.)

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