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U.S. to Send $90 Mil. to Africa for Hunger Relief
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Food relief (Africa)
Jackson Stumping Hard in Northeast, Poll Says He's Gaining Momentum
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Blacks in Mobile, Alabama Applaud Judge's Sentence to Execute Klansman Guilty of Murdering Black Youth
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Henry Francis Hays, Ku Klux Klan, Trials (Murder), Mobile (Ala.) (Race relations)
Ailing Woman, 67, Says She Didn't Kill Man; Faces 20 Years in Illinois Prison
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Rosemary Cox, Criminal justice, Administration of (Illinois)
White Judge Says Remark Not Meant to be Racist
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Francis C. Whelan, Blacks (Civil rights), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Race relations)
Oakville Residents Honor Owens Despite Town Snub
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Jesse Owens; 1913-1980, Oakville (Ala.)
Congress, D.C. at Odds Over Funds Invested in South Africa Businesses
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Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid, Washington (D.C.) (Finance)
WJPC-AM Radio in Chicago Holds Third Annual Choir Contest; Awards $13,500
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Gospel music, Singing (Competitions), Radio stations, Black
Dr. J Earns All-star Nod Off the Basketball Court
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Julius Erving; 1950-., Basketball, Professional (Slam-Dunk Championship)
Lack of $ Support Kills Willie Stargell Foundation
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Willie Stargell Foundation

Republican Strategy for Black Vote Revealed at Council of 100 Meeting
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Republican Party (U.S.), Blacks (Political activities)
Black Caucus Will Focus on Civil Rights During New Session of Congress
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Congressional Black Caucus, Blacks (Civil rights)
Recall Election Set for Mayor of Atlantic City
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Michael J. Matthews, Atlantic City (N.J.) (Politics and government)
Obituary
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Metz Tulus Paul Lochard
Detroit's Mother Waddles to Keep Going Despite Fire
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Charleszetta Waddles (American clergywoman.); 1912-2001, Relief work, Church and social problems, Detroit (Mich.) (Poor)
$10 Million Loan to Boost Urban Housing in 4 States
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BankAmerica Corp, Housing finance
Detroit's Deborah Gaskin: She's a Criminal Lawyer Practicing with Compassion
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Deborah Gaskin
Henderson, Guerrero Each Seek $1.2 Million Contracts
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Rickey Henderson; 1958-., Pedro Guerrero; 1956-.
Capt. Ashe Heads Strongest Davis Cup Net Team Ever
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Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Davis Cup (Tennis tournament)
Jim Brown Hits NFL Stars for Silence on Racial Issues
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Jim Brown (American football player and actor.); 1936-, Discrimination in sports, Black football coaches
Black QB Warren Moon Inks Record Pact with NFL Oilers
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Warren Moon
Michael Weaves Magic Spell as He Bounces Back from Burn Bout
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Burns and scalds
Lionel Richie Can't Slow Down After Hit Album and a Hot Video
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.)

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