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L.A. Intersection Renamed To Honor Malcolm X.
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Malcolm X; 1925-1965, Street names, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Streets)
Albany, Georgia, Elects Its First Black Mayor
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Willie Adams (Jr.), Black mayors
Robert E. Johnson Named Enrollment Management VP At University Of Dayton
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Robert E. Johnson (Selection and appointment), University of Dayton (Officials)
Georgia Teen's Jailing For Sex Draws Protests
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Marcus Dixon (Trials, litigation, etc), Statutory rape, Criminal justice, Administration of (Georgia), Mandatory sentences (Criminal procedure)
William Sylvester White, Ex-Illinois Appellate And Juvenile Court Judge, Dies
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William Sylvester White; d. 2004
What Women With Diabetes Need To Know About The Disease
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American Diabetes Association, Diabetes (Therapy), Women (Health and hygiene)
Chicago Rep. Bobby L. Rush Calls For Emmett Till Murder Investigation
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Emmett Till (African American teenaged lynching victim); 1941-1955 (Murder), Bobby Rush (American congressman.); 1946-, Lynching
State Trooper Willie Burns Elected First Black Mayor Of Historic Georgia Town
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Willie Burns, Black mayors, Washington (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Former Tennis Star Zina Garrison Set To Coach Women's Tennis At Summer Olympics
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Zina Garrison; 1963-., Olympic Games, 2004 (Athens, Greece), Tennis (Women)
'Girlfriends'.
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Girlfriends (Television program) (Reviews), Television programs (Comedy programs, Reviews)

William Stewart, 1st Black NLRB Chief Counsel, Dies In Nation's Capital
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William R. Stewart; 1932-2004
Sweet Victory: Jackie Joyner-Kersee Triumphs Over Lifelong Asthma
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Jackie Joyner-Kersee (American heptathlete and basketball player); 1962- (Health), Asthma, Black athletes (Health and hygiene)

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