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NAACP, Flagstar Ink $1 Billion Pact to Increase Business Opportunities for Minorities
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Flagstar Companies Inc, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Denny's Inc, Blacks (Segregation), Blacks in fast food restaurant management, Fast food restaurants (Segregation)
High Court Ruling Puts U.S. Minority Voting Districts in Jeopardy
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Black suffrage, Gerrymander, North Carolina (Politics and government)
Lee Brown Sworn in as Nation's New Drug Czar
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Lee Patrick Brown; 1937-., United States Office of National Drug Control Policy
Bradley Exits L.A. Mayor's Office After 20 Years
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Ike Turner Says Movie is False, Denies Beating Ex-wife Tina Turner
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Ike Turner (American singer and guitarist.), Tina Turner (American singer.)
Black Caucus Members Discuss Future Goals During Parley in Calif
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Congressional Black Caucus
18-year-old Black Beats Diabetes, Impaired Speech and Racism to Win in Politics
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Justin Paschal, Black youth (Political activities)
House Okays Black Museum on D.C. Mall
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National African-American Heritage Memorial Museum
Ray Mercer Indicted for Offering Ferguson a Bribe
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Ray Mercer, Jesse Ferguson, Boxing (Ethical aspects), Bribery
Bonds Leads All-star Voting in Both Leagues
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Barry Bonds (American baseball player.); 1964-, Baseball, Professional (All-star games)

What's Love Got to Do with it
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Brian Gibson (Reviews), What's love got to do with it (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Success of 'Posse' Altered Blacks' View of Westerns
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Sy Richardson, Motion pictures (Westerns), Black cowboys
Posse
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Mario Van Peebles (Reviews), Posse (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Columbus, Ohio Man Shot During Alleged Break in at Home of Police Chief
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James Jackson, Black police chiefs, Columbus (Ohio) (Crime)
Mike Espy Delivers Address at Chicago High School Graduation
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Mike Espy; 1953-., Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, Commencement addresses
No. 1 Webber Traded for No. 3 Hardaway During NBA Draft Day
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Basketball, Professional (Draft)
NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement Gains Approval
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National Football League, Collective labor agreements (Football, Professional)
Janet Jackson Reveals a Tough Side as Hairdresser in 'Poetic Justice'.
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Janet Jackson
Poetic Justice
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John Singleton (American film director and screenwriter) (Reviews), Poetic justice (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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