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Baptists Address Politics, Poverty, Education During 104th Convention in
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National Baptist Convention of the United States of America
Inside Probe Finds USDA Lagging in Civil Rights
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United States Dept. of Agriculture, Discrimination in employment
Black Officer Warns of Aggressive Policing
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Arrest
New Dick Gregory Diet Provides Job Opportunities
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Dick Gregory; 1932-., Weight reducing products
End Hunger Network Accepts Nominations for Annual Presidential Awards
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End Hunger Network, Presidential World Without Hunger Awards
$565,000 Award Upheld in N.Y. Housing Bias Case
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Black women (Housing), Housing (Long Island (N.Y.))
Former Ill. Cop Wins False Arrest Suit for $656,842
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Samuel Coleman, Miscarriage of justice, Robbins (Ill.) (Police corruption)
Judge Orders Hearing for Chicago Deaf-mute
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Donald Lang, Murder, Deaf-mutes (Civil rights), Chicago (Ill.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
New Florida Measure OKs Do-it-yourself Divorce
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Divorce
Harris is Ready to Run for Seahawks, NFL Record
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Franco Harris; 1950-., Football records, Rushing (Football)

Singer Kashif Buys Jackie Robinson Home
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Kashif (American singer, songwriter and record producer.), Jackie Robinson (American baseball player.); 1919-1972
Tennessee State U. Students Fight White Quota System
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Tennessee State University, Colleges and universities (Desegregation)
Bishop Kelly Lauds Church for Opening to Minorities
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Leontine T. C. Kelly (American bishop.), Women and religion (United Methodist Church)
Jackson's S. Africa Visa Delayed, But Not Denied; House Panel to Ban South African Consulates
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Apartheid, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Jackson's S. Africa Visa Delayed, But Not Denied
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Atlanta Area Blacks Yield Gains in Recent Run-off
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Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
NAACP Ends Its March, Signs Up 10,000 Voters
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Voter registration
Judge Joan B. Armstrong Becomes First Woman on Louisiana Court of Appeal
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Joan B. Armstrong, Courts (Louisiana)
No Charges to be Filed in Miracle Valley Slayings
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Christ Miracle Healing Center and Church, Miracle Valley (Ariz.) (Religion)
Ex-Chicago Cop Gets Life for Court Killings
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Hutchie Moore, Murder, Chicago (Ill.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Rice Hits 300th Homer, Wins $100 Bet with Reggie
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Jim Rice, Boston Red Sox (Baseball team), Home runs (Baseball)
Moon Looks Like a Million Even Playing for a Loser
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Warren Moon
Michael Spinks Will Wait for Olympian Holyfield, While Leon Talks Comeback
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Michael Spinks (American boxer.), Boxing
NBA Star Thompson Sues N.Y. Disco for $20 Million
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David Thompson, Studio 54 (New York, N.Y.: Nightclub)
Illinois Gridder Swoope Not Guilty, Ready to Play
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Craig Swoope, Drug trafficking, Trials (Illinois)
Survey Labels New NCAA Rule 48 as Discriminatory
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National Collegiate Athletic Association, Black athletes (Education), College athletics (Ethical aspects)
Don King's Blockbuster Party Heralds New Tie with Las Vegas Magnate
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Don King; 1931-., Meshulam Riklis
Smokey Robinson's Feel for Music Made Successes
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Smokey Robinson (American singer and songwriter.)
Emmanuel Lewis & Top Black Stars Return to Their Weekly TV Shows
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Emmanuel Lewis, Blacks in television

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