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Rep. Dixon Named to Guide Caucus Foundation Shift
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Julian C. Dixon; 1934-2000, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
S.C. State College Honors President Nance and Publisher Johnson
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M. Maceo Nance (Jr., college president.), John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher.); 1918-2005, South Carolina State College
Astronauts Remains are Identified, Reports Say
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Challenger (Space shuttle) explosion, 1986
U.S. Civil Rights Agencies Under Fire on Capitol Hill
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United States Commission on Civil Rights, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Mandela Urges Defiance, Despite Govt. Restraints
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Winnie Mandela, Political prisoners (South Africa), Apartheid
U.S. Schoolkids are Out of Shape: Report
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Children (Physical fitness)
Emory Using Churches to Spread Hypertension Info
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Emory University, Hypertension, Black churches, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Black Millionaire Sells Computer Business, Says Reaganomics Stifled Him
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Marion E. Greene, Comarco, Inc, International Business Services, Inc, Computer service industry (Acquisitions and mergers)
Church Groups Want Racist Toothpaste Off Shelves
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Colgate-Palmolive Co. (Delaware), Church and race relations, Toothpastes, powders, etc (Names), Blacks in advertising
Bishop H. H. Brookins Weds Businesswoman in Little Rock Rites
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H. Hartford Brookins, Bonita Coleman

Black Police Execs Honor Pioneers in Atlanta Meet
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National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
Obituary
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Clarence Lester; d. 1986
Obituary
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Lula Parker; d. 1986
Modern Man Descendant of African Female: Study
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DNA., Man, Prehistoric
Ancient Tools Found in Zaire Among Oldest
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Stone Age (Congo (Democratic Republic)), Stone implements
Jackson Cautions Ark. Teens Against Their 'immoral Acts'.
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Moral education, Little Rock (Ark.) (Education)
New Harvard Scholarship Honors Rev. Joseph Jackson
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Joseph H. Jackson (American clergyman.); 1900-1990, Harvard Divinity School, Baptists (United States), Chicago (Ill.) (Religion)
Rep. Fauntroy Backs Bill for Tenant-run Housing
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Walter E. Fauntroy; 1933-., Landlord and tenant, Public housing, Privatization
D.C. Couple Sues Loan Co. for Return of Their Home
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Wainwright Mortgage Investment (Firm), Blacks (Housing), Mortgage brokers (Ethical aspects), Washington (D.C.) (Housing)
New VA Booklet Keeps Vets Abreast of Benefit Changes
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Veterans (Benefits)
Concerns on Crime Addressed in Atlanta
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Crime and criminals
Qawi Stops Leon Spinks, Wants Rematch with Mike
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Dwight Muhammad Qawi (American boxer.), Leon Spinks (American boxer.), Boxing
Red Sox Doctors Seek to Fatten 'Oil Can' Boyd
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Dennis Boyd (American baseball player.)
Parker Says Drug Problem is History, No Reason to Feel Sorry Or Apologize
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Dave Parker (American baseball player.); 1951-, Baseball players (Drug use)
100[percent] Wrong Club Does Right at 51st Jamboree
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100[percent] Wrong Club, Sports (Awards)
N.Y. Knicks Finally Put a Pearl in Their Garden
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Earl Monroe; 1944-.
Hollywood NAACP Scolds Academy Award Execs for 'Color Purple' Shut Out
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Academy Awards, Blacks in motion pictures
The Color Purple
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Steven Spielberg; 1947- (Reviews), Color purple (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Cissy Houston Tells how Daughter Whitney's Fame Now Boosts Her Career
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Whitney Houston, Cissy Houston
Bill Cosby Reveals New Directions for TV Show
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Black family in television
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)

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