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Syrians Invite Jackson to Discuss Black Pilot's Case
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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)
Black Lawyer Represents Alabama Ku Klux Klan
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C. Christopher Clanton, Ku Klux Klan, Alabama (Race relations)
AIDS Baby in Miami, Fla. Finally Gets Foster Home
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AIDS (Disease) and children, Foster home care
Blacks Criticize Action of U.S. to Quit Unesco
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United Nations (United States), Unesco
Remarks by Reagan Doctor on Well-fed Black Kids Criticized as Insensitive
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President's Task Force on Food Assistance, Black children
Pierce Tabbed for Special Award from King Center
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Samuel R. Pierce (Jr., American Secretary of housing and urban development.), King Center (Atlanta, Ga.)
Cleveland Fire Department Bias Against Women: Suit
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Women firefighters, Women (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Cleveland (Ohio) (Firefighters)
Tour of Grenada After the U.S. Invasion Reveals Grim Past and Uncertain Future
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Grenada (History, American invasion, 1983)
Holmes Says $34 Million Means He is Own Champion; Doesn't Need a Title Belt
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Larry Holmes
Dave Winfield, Carl Lewis Earn Non-sport Honors
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Carl Lewis (American sprinter and long jumper.); 1961-, Dave Winfield (American baseball player.); 1951-

King Center in Atlanta Preparing Teaching Tool on Life, Words of MLK.
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King Center (Atlanta, Ga.)
MLK's Sister Says She Holds No Malice Against Killers of Mom, Brother
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Assassination), Christine Farris (American college teacher and sister of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.)
Supreme Life Insurance Co. Honors Top Sales Winners
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Supreme Life Insurance Company
White Judge Says Black Alabama Jurist is Biased
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H. H. Grooms (judge.); 1900-1991, U. W. Clemon (American judge.), Colleges and universities (Alabama, Desegregation)
113-year-old Woman Gives Reagan Secret to Longevity
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Susan Brunson; 1870?-1994, Centenarians
Hypertension Victims Should Take Medicine Even If They Feel Fine
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Antihypertensive agents, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
African Students in China Charge Racial Bias There
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Foreign students (China), Africans (Education, China), Chinese and blacks, China (Race relations)
Sugar Ray Leonard Tabs First Foe for Comeback, Offers Apology to Jet
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
NBA Nets OK Richardson, Order Daily Drug Testing
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Micheal Ray Richardson (American basketball player.), New Jersey Nets (Basketball team), Basketball players (Drug use)
Black Quarterbacks Thrive in Canada While NFL Boots Williams, Evans to USFL.
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Black quarterbacks (Football players)
Ex-Dodger Maury Wills Arrested for Auto Theft
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Maury Wills; 1932-., Automobiles (Theft), Cocaine, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Hollywood NAACP Calls for Parley with Columbia Exec. to Discuss Brown's Firing
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Jim Brown (American football player and actor.); 1936-, Richard Pryor (American comedian.); 1940-2005, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc
Eddie Murphy: Makes Switch from TV Comedy to Films
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Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.)
Farmer Tells TV Host how Racist Home Town Made Him Start CORE.
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James Farmer (American civil rights leader.); 1920-1999, Congress of Racial Equality

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