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HUD Secretary Pierce Says Agencies May Not be Able to Help Some Homeless
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Samuel R. Pierce (Jr.), Homeless
Kansas City, Kan. Bank Gets New President
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Donald D. Ford, Douglass Bank
U.S. Reps Cleared in CBC Suit Filed by A.J. Cooper
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A. J. Cooper, Congressional Black Caucus
Obituary
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Clarence Mitchell (Jr., American diplomat and civil rights leader.)
L.A. Olympics P.R. Head, Carol Van Brunt, Fired
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Carol Van Brunt, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Reducing Stress Key to Avoiding Headaches
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Stress, Headache
Geter Plans to Marry; New Suspect Charged with Texas Robbery
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Lenell Geter, Criminal justice, Administration of (Texas), Miscarriage of justice, Robberies and assaults
ACLU Tells Supreme Court that Poor Have the Right to Pitch Tent in Protest
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United States Supreme Court, Poor (Civil rights), Protests, demonstrations, etc
Tax Act Proposed to Get Minority Firms Capital
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Black business enterprises (Taxation)
NAACP, Stop & Shop Sign Business Pact
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Stop & Shop Companies Inc, Black business enterprises

Hosea Williams Seeks U.S. Congressional Seat
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Hosea Williams; 1926-2000, Georgia (Politics and government)
Jesse Jackson Moves on Up in Bid to Become U.S. President
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Dr. James Hefner Named President of Jackson State
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James A. Hefner, Jackson State University
School Integration Plan Threatened by Fiscal Woes
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Public schools (Desegregation), Yonkers (N.Y.) (Education)
Walter Johnson is Named Army Medical Corps Head
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Walter F. Johnson (III, American general and health care management consultant.), United States Army Medical Services Corps
Shepherd Gets Post with Home Builders Institute
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Lester N. Shepherd, National Association of Home Builders Home Builders Institute
Priest Threatens to Expel Pupils Involved in Gangs
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George Clements (American priest and child benefactor.); 1932-, Catholic schools, Gangs, Student expulsion, Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
Top Black Clergy Preside at Historic Convocation
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Black clergy (Conferences)
Belafonte, Ashe Reaffirm South African Boycott in Nationwide Campaign
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Boycott, Apartheid, United States (Cultural relations, South Africa), South Africa (Cultural relations, United States)
Colombian Police Seize $1.2 Bil. Worth of Cocaine in World's Largest Raid
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Narcotics laws and regulations (Colombia)
Court Orders Louisiana to Hold Primary Election
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Presidential primaries (1984, Louisiana)
Jackson Aide Seeks Change in Delegate Apportioning
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Presidential caucuses (1984, Michigan), Democratic national conventions (1984)
Jim Brown Hailed as New Lacrosse Hall of Famer
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Jim Brown (American football player and actor.); 1936-, Lacrosse, College (History)
Earl Campbell Fires Agent, Will Handle Own Business
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Earl Campbell; 1955-.
Royals' Wilson: Learned about Myself in Prison
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Willie Wilson (baseball player.), Drug trafficking, Baseball players (Drug use)
Time Heals Few Wounds for Emmett Till's Mother
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Mamie Till-Mobley (American teacher and mother of lynching victim.), Emmett Till (African American teenaged lynching victim.); 1941-1955, Lynching, Mississippi (Race relations)
Jackson Names Epic V.P., Frank Dileo, New Manager; Disney World Expands Michael Jackson Suite
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
Mathis Has Hit LP with Michael, Niecy, Others
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Johnny Mathis

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