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Penn. Supreme Court Gets First Black Chief Justice
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Robert N. C. Nix (Jr., American state supreme court justice.), Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Black Cops in Detroit Win Supreme Court Bias Suit Over Reagan-backed Foes
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Black police, Detroit (Mich.) (Police)
Hunger Exists in U.S. But is Not Widespread: Presidential Panel Says
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President's Task Force on Food Assistance
Racism Comes of Age in France, Britain
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France (Race relations)
Rights Commission Opposes Racial Quotas in Hiring
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United States Commission on Civil Rights, Blacks (Employment)
Police Couple Celebrates 5th Anniversary, Release from Birmingham, Ala., Jail
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Gwen Webb, Bill Webb, Interracial marriage, Birmingham (Ala.) (Race relations)
Dr. J to Defend Dunk Title at All-star Game
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Julius Erving; 1950-., Basketball, Professional (Slam-Dunk Championship)
Wilma is Still a Winner 24 Years After Olympics
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Wilma Rudolph; 1940-1994, Track and field athletics (Women, History)
Dawkins Says Veteran Refs Fouling Up His Game
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Darryl Dawkins (American basketball player.), Basketball, Professional (Officiating)
Pontiac Police File Suit for $6 Mil. Against Union
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Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Black police

Margaret Wilson Cries Foul in NAACP Board Vote
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Margaret Bush Wilson; 1919-., National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Shagari Jailed; Americans Reported Safe Following Military Coup in Nigeria
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Shehu Shagari, Nigeria (Politics and government)
Untold Story of how Jesse Jackson Won Navy Flyer's Freedom
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Robert O. Goodman (American naval officer and aviator.); 1956-, United States (Foreign relations, Syria, Armed Forces, Lebanon), Syria (Foreign relations, United States)
Carter G. Woodson Stamp to be Issued in Honor of Father of Black History
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Carter Godwin Woodson; 1875-1950, Blacks on postage stamps, Blacks (History)
Nat'l Council of Churches Prexy Hopes His Election Will Draw Blacks to Group
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Philip R. Cousin, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America, Black churches
All Black Caucus Members Ranked Liberals in Survey
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Congressional Black Caucus, Liberalism
Wilson Goode Promises an Open, Fair Government as Philadelphia's New Mayor
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W. Wilson Goode; 1938-., Philadelphia (Pa.) (Politics and government)
The Jeffersons
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Jeffersons (Television program) (Reviews)
The Jeffersons' Doorman, Ned Wertimer, Wife Skyne Tell why Marriage Succeeds
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Ned Wertimer, Skyne Wertimer, Interracial marriage
Fannie Mae and Realtors Group Give $100 Mil. to Home Buyers in Big Cities
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Fannie Mae, National Association of Real Estate Brokers, Blacks (Housing)
Delegation Visit Spurs an Expected Half Million in Caribbean Business Deals
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Black business enterprises (Export-import trade), United States (Commerce, Caribbean region), Caribbean region (Commerce, United States)
Fake Skin May Make Grafts Obsolete for Burn Victims
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Skin, Artificial, Burns and scalds
Wills Claims Innocence in L.A. Cocaine Arrest, Refused Help Last Summer
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Maury Wills; 1932-., Automobiles (Theft), Cocaine, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Philly Talk Show Hostess in Hostage Drama Vows Not to Get Involved Again
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Mary Mason, Hostages, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Crime)
Jesse Jackson Looks Ahead After Success in Syria
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Robert O. Goodman (American naval officer and aviator.); 1956-, United States (Foreign relations, Syria, Armed Forces, Lebanon), Syria (Foreign relations, United States)
Sammy Davis Performs at Harrah's; Stifles Rumors
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Sammy Davis (Jr.)
Diana Ross Says Rain at Central Park Concert Washed Out All Profits
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Diana Ross (American singer and actress.), Central Park (New York, N.Y.)

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