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Mitchell Rips Pendleton, Civil Rights Commission for Knocking Black Leaders
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Parren J. Mitchell (American congressman.); 1922-2007, Clarence M. Pendleton (Jr., government official.), United States Commission on Civil Rights
Klansmen Admit Setting Fire to Ala. Law Office
4
Ku Klux Klan, Arson, Alabama (Race relations)
Rangel Notes Amazing Drug Trade Growth in the U.S.
5
Drug trafficking
High Court Upholds Radio License to Black Woman
5
Nancy Waters, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Radio stations, Black, Women in the radio broadcasting industry
Marchers Complete Historic Trek and Meet with Wallace
6
Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965 (Reenactments)
Court Rules White Pair Can Keep Biracial Girl
33
Child welfare (Michigan), Interracial adoption
Miami Mom Charged in Daughters' Rape Case
33
Child molesting
Bahamas Boosts Tourism with United Airlines' Nassau, Freeport Flight
36
Tourist trade (Bahamas)
GM Did Record Business with Minority Firms in '84
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General Motors Corp, Black business enterprises
Alan Haymon to Promote Budweiser Superfest Tours
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Alan Haymon, Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc, Music and industry, Rock concerts, Black music

Photographer Injected by Mistake During Surgery Dies in Miami Hospital
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Bob East, Jackson Memorial Hospital (Miami, Fla.), Hospitals (Malpractice)
School Supt. Kills Self 13 Days Before Insurance Policy Allows Full Payment
11
Frederick Holliday, Suicide, Black school superintendents and principals, Cleveland (Ohio) (Education)
Vanity
12
Vanity (Canadian singer.)
Prince, Dad and Guards Visit; Liz Taylor Miffed
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Prince (American singer and songwriter.), Elizabeth Taylor (Anglo-American actress.); 1932-2011
D.C. Fete Honors Bethune with New Postage Stamp
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Mary Jane McLeod Bethune (American educator.); 1875-1955, Blacks on postage stamps
Dr. Jesse Stone Jr. Resigns as Head of Southern Univ
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Jesse N. Stone; 1924-2001, Southern University
U.S. Supreme Court Clears Tuskegee of Bias Charge
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Tuskegee Institute, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Discrimination in education
County in Ohio to Get Black Woman School Supt
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Rosemary Johnson, Black women school superintendents and principals, Canton (Ohio) (Education)
Shirley Caesar Boosts Her Gospel Career with Degree
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Shirley Caesar (American evangelist and gospel singer.)
Mich. Youth Finds Peace at Integrated High School
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Ellie Jewell, Blacks (Education), Brooklyn (Mich.) (Education)
Bush Vows Aid for Starving Africans During Sudan Tour
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George Bush; 1924- (Visit to Sudan), Relief work (Sudan), Famines (Africa)
Atlanta's Female Police Chief Shoots Down Critics
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Beverly Joyce Harvard (American police chief.), Women police chiefs, Atlanta (Ga.) (Police)
Labor Group Cites Three Black Women
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Labor unions (Women)
New Birth Control Implant Safer Than Taking Pill
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Norplant (Contraceptive)
Racism Causes Emotional Trauma for Many Blacks
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Blacks (Psychology)
Mich., N.J. Families Get Rent Stipends in Program
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Rent subsidies
Caribbean Officials are Nabbed in Drug Scheme
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United States Drug Enforcement Administration, Drug trafficking (Turks and Caicos Islands)
Burrell Ad Agency Names Four New Vice Presidents
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Burrell Advertising Inc
Coors Starts $500,000 Veterans' Scholarship Fund
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Adolph Coors Co, Children of servicemen (Education), Scholarships and fellowships
Slips Knockout Drug in Her Kisses, Robs Victim
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Robberies and assaults, Atlantic City (N.J.) (Crime)
American Businesswoman Freed on Nigerian Charges
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Marie McBroom, Americans (Nigeria), Political prisoners (Nigeria)
Black Millionaire Athletes
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Black athletes (Salaries)
Olympic Gold Hurdler Plans to Widen Kingdom
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Roger Kingdom (American hurdler.), Hurdle racing, Decathlon
Sampson Eager to Assist Lucas with NBA Rockets
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Ralph Sampson, John Lucas, Houston Rockets (Basketball team), Basketball players (Drug use)
Reggie Jackson Confident Returning to the Outfield
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Reggie Jackson; 1946-.
Former Celtic Don Chaney Takes Over L.A. Clippers
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Don Chaney; 1946-., Los Angeles Clippers (Basketball team)
Ray Parker Wins British Oscar for Ghostbusters
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Ray Parker (Jr.)
Marley's Widow Answers Lawsuit, Files Countersuit
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Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae singer.), Rita Marley (Jamaican reggae singer and wife of Bob Marley.), Copyright (Music), Royalties
Comic Whoopi Goldberg Makes Plea for Homeless
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Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.), Homeless
Luster Products' Manhunt Ends; Marylander Named Company's New S Curl Man
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Luster Products Inc
We are the World Disc Released; Expect $200 Mil
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USA for Africa
Miles Davis Can't Shake Boyhood Racial Abuse
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Miles Davis (American jazz trumpet player and flugelhornist.)
B. B. King Sues Ex-road Manager for $500,000
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B. B. King

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