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Status Report Citing Black Gains Blasted by NUL, NAACP.
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Blacks (Economic conditions)
Rep. Gray Invites Black Leaders to Budget Talks
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William H. Gray (III.), United States Congress House Committee on the Budget, Blacks (Political activities), Public welfare
New Orleans Elects Second Black Mayor
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Sidney Barthelemy, New Orleans (La.) (Politics and government)
Publisher John H. Johnson Receives Quality of Journalism Award from National Press Group
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John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher.); 1918-2005, National Press Foundation, Journalism (Awards)
Baseball Boss Lowers Boom on Drug Abusers
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Peter Ueberroth (American entrepreneur and Olympic executive.), Baseball players (Drug use)
Danny Glover: Villain in 'Color Purple' is a Kind Family Man
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Danny Glover
The Color Purple
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Steven Spielberg; 1947- (Reviews), Color purple (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Drug Treatment Effective in Breaking Cocaine Habit
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Cocaine, Antidepressants
Can't Get AIDS from Casual Contact: Study
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AIDS (Disease) (Causes)
South Africa GM Plant Challenges Apartheid
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General Motors Corp, Labor laws and regulations (South Africa), Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid

Winn Dixie Stores Drop Trespass Charge Vs. SCLC.
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Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Boycott
Belafonte Decides Not to Run for Senate Seat
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Harry Belafonte (American singer and actor.), New York (State) (Politics and government)
'We are the World' Big Winner at 28th Grammys
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Grammy Awards
Big Deal
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Bob Fosse (American director and choreographer) (Reviews)
Amy Carter Sits-in at Brown to Protest Apartheid
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Amy Carter (daughter of Jimmy Carter.), Brown University, Student protests, demonstrations, etc, Civil rights demonstrations, Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid
Billie Holiday to Get Star on Walk of Fame
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Billie Holiday (American singer.); 1915-1959, Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Bradley Announces 2nd Bid for Calif. Governorship
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, California (Politics and government)
Diana Ross, New Hubby Plan to Live in England
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Diana Ross (American singer and actress.)
Daniel Hale Williams Saluted at Chicago Dinner
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Daniel Hale Williams; 1856-1931, Provident Hospital of Cook County (Chicago, Ill.)
AT&T Pledges $250,000 Grant to Fisk University
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Fisk University, American Telephone & Telegraph Co
Morris Brown Totals Up Grants Equaling $750,000
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Morris Brown College, Black colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Chance for Success Better at Black Colleges: Report
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Black colleges and universities, Black college students
Labor Dept. Gives Aid to Dislocated Shoeworkers
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Unemployment (Relief measures), Shoe industry (Federal aid)
Gooden Wins $1.3 Mil. Pact and Black Athlete's Award
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Dwight Gooden (American baseball player.), New York Mets (Baseball team), Sports (Awards)
NBA Career Turns Sour for Sugar Ray Richardson
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Micheal Ray Richardson (American basketball player.), New Jersey Nets (Basketball team), Basketball players (Drug use)
As Miss. School Survives, 'Gunslinger' Keeps Plugging After Being Shot in Back
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Archie Cooley, Mississippi Valley State University (Football)
Ex-Georgia Teacher Wins $2.5 Million for 'integrity'.
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Jan Kemp, University of Georgia, College teachers (Dismissal), Athletes (Education), College athletics (Ethical aspects)
Congresswoman Urges Firing of Chicago School Teachers Charged in Child Sex Crimes; Ex-Chicago Politician Faces Child Sex Charge While Using ...
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Child molesting, Sexual harassment in education, Teachers (Sexual behavior), Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
Ex-Chicago Politician Faces Child Sex Charge While Using Fake Identity
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Fred D. Hubbard
'Out of Africa' Film Gets Poor Response in Kenya
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Motion pictures (Kenya)
Out of Africa
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Sydney Pollack (American motion picture director); 1934- (Reviews), Out of Africa (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Rock Star Says, 'Mama Forgot to Teach Me that I was White;' Helps Raise Millions to Fight Racism
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Steve Van Zandt (American guitarist and singer.)
Black Vocalists Winners of 'Star Search' Contest
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Peggi Blu, Television programs (Talent shows)
Star Search
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Star search (Television program) (Reviews)

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