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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Names New President
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Weldon J. Rougeau (Selection and appointment), Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
N.J. Governor Signs Bill Requiring Black History In All Schools
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James E. McGreevey; 1957-., Black studies, Multicultural education, Education (New Jersey)
Lionel Hampton, Pioneering Jazz Vibraphonist, Succumbs Of Heart Attack At 94
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Lionel Hampton
Gospel Group Mary Mary Brings Comfort And Joy With Hit 'In The Morning'.
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Erica Campbell (American gospel singer.), Tina Campbell (American gospel singer.), Mary Mary (Musical group)
Your Health May Be Linked To Your Mate's, Study Finds
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Married couples (Health and hygiene)
HIV Positive College Student Sentenced For Having Unprotected Sex With His Girlfriend
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Nikko Briteramos (Trials, litigation, etc), AIDS (Disease) (Legal aspects)
L.A. Sparks Win Second-Straight WNBA Champioship
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Los Angeles Sparks (Basketball team), New York Liberty (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Women, Championships)
NBA All-Star Vince Carter Donates $1 Million To His Florida High School
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Vince Carter (American basketball player); 1977- (Charitable contributions), Toronto Raptors (Basketball team), Basketball players (Charitable contributions)
Univ. Of Minnesota Freshman Football Player Is Shot To Death After His First Game
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Brandon Hall (Murder), University of Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul campus), Minneapolis (Minn.) (Crime)
Serena Wins U.S. Open Battle Against Venus For Third-Straight Grand Slam Title
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Serena Williams; 1981-., Venus Williams; 1980-., U.S. Open (Tennis tournament) (Women)

Walking Helps Black Women's Hearts
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Heart (Diseases, Prevention), High-intensity exercise (Physiological effects), Fitness walking, Black women (Health and hygiene)
12 Tips For Safety-Conscious Money Management
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Personal finance
Glory Foods Celebrates 10 Years As Soul Food Maker; Names G. Barry Huff President
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G. Barry Huff (Selection and appointment), Glory Foods Inc
Zambia Ex-Prexy Kaunda First In Boston U. African Leaders Program
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Kenneth David Kaunda (Zambian president.); 1924-, Boston University, United States (Foreign relations, Africa), Africa (Foreign relations, United States, Politics and government)
Serena Williams' Stalker Charged With Misdemeanor, Ordered To Get Treatment
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Serena Williams; 1981-., Albrecht Stromeyer, Stalking (Crime), Women athletes (Crimes against)
Natalie Cole Talks About New Jazz Album, Long-Distance Marriage, Reaching New 'Plateau' In Life
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Natalie Cole (American singer.)
Ted Ross, Broadway, TV, Movie Actor, Dies
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Ted Ross; 1934-2002
Familiar & Fresh Faces of the 2002 Fall TV Season
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Blacks and television, Television programs (Black programs), Blacks in television

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