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Rev. Jackson's 'mini-summit' with Gorbachev Brings Praise from Jewish Group
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Jews (Soviet Union), Reagan-Gorbachev summit conference, 1985
Judge Says Bias Brought Diplomatic Aide's Ouster
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Charles A. Sadler, United States Agency for International Development, Blacks (Employment)
Gordon Gets 6 Months for Vote Fraud Conviction
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Spivar Gordon, Elections (Corrupt practices), Political corruption (Alabama), Blacks (Political activities)
SCLC to Expand Boycott of Winn Dixie Stores
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Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Boycott
New York Baptist Group Elects Rev. Thompson Prexy
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Paul F. Thompson, Baptists (United States), New York (State) (Religion)
Fla. Baptists Group Says All Abortions Immoral
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Abortion (Religious aspects, Baptists), Florida (Religion)
Bishops Ask Catholic Group to Promote Black Priests
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Catholic Church National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Black bishops, Catholic Church (Blacks)
Trend of Living Together Changes Course Study Says
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Unmarried couples
Gregory Hines Stars in 'White Nights' Adventure and Dance Film
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Gregory Hines
White Nights
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Taylor Hackford (American motion picture director) (Reviews), White nights (Motion picture: 1985) (Reviews)

Unsung Hero Helps Remap Chicago's Troubled Wards
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Mars Ketchum, Black suffrage, Apportionment (Election law), Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Don King Beats Tax Rap, Jury Finds Aide Guilty
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Don King; 1931-., Tax evasion
Martin Luther King's Son Makes Rap Record for His Holiday
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Dexter King (American foundation official and son of Martin Luther King, Jr.), Kurtis Blow (American rapper and recording producer.); 1959-, Rap music (Sound recordings), Martin Luther King Day
House Approves Placement of Black Memorial in
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United States Congress House (Voting), United States (History, Memorials, Revolution, 1775-1783, Blacks), Washington (D.C.) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Inflation Wipes Out Gov't Aid to Black Colleges: Study
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Inflation (Finance), Black colleges and universities (Federal aid)
State School Chiefs OK Comparative Testing Plan
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Council of Chief State School Officers, Education (Evaluation)
U. of Georgia Honors Its First Two Black Students it Tried to Bar 25 Years Ago
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Charlayne Hunter-Gault (American television newscaster.), Hamilton E. Holmes (American surgeon.); 1941-1995, University of Georgia, Colleges and universities (Desegregation)
Texas ACLU Challenges Ordinance for Children
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Children (Law), Obscenity (Law), Rock music (Ethical aspects), San Antonio (Tex.) (Moral conditions)
Medical Groups Oppose New Fed. Funding Cuts in Many Family Planning Programs
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Birth control clinics (Federal aid)
'Silent' Heart Attack Kills Without Warning
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Heart (Diseases, Mortality), Myocardial ischemia
UCC Commission for Racial Justice Elects Chavis Its New Executive Director
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Benjamin F. Chavis (American clergyman and civil rights leader.); 1948-, United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice
Catholics Elect Black to Top Policy-making Post
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Eugene A. Marino (American archbishop.); 1934-2000, Catholic Church National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Church (Blacks)
Catholics who Fear AIDS Don't Have to Drink from Communion Chalice
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AIDS (Disease), Catholic Church (Eucharist)
Howard U. Radio Station Training Ground for Coeds; College Broadcasters Urged to Overcome Race Bias in Music Programming
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College radio stations
Howard U. Radio Station Training Ground for Coeds
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Howard University, Blacks in the radio broadcasting industry, College radio stations
College Broadcasters Urged to Overcome Race Bias in Music Programming
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Radio programs (Black music)
McGee Ends N.L. Drought for Blacks Seeking MVP.
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Willie McGee; 1958-., Baseball, Professional (Awards)
NBA Bulls Welcome Dailey Back After Drug Program
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Quintin Dailey (American basketball player.), Chicago Bulls (Basketball team), Basketball players (Drug use)
'Refrigerator' Will Stock Up on Coke in Ad Campaign
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William Perry, Coca-Cola Company, Soft drink industry (Advertising), Athletes as advertising spokesmen
Obituary
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Richard A. Harewood; d. 1985
Obituary
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Michael Angelo Graham; d. 1985
Obituary
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Lincoln Theodore Perry (American actor.); 1902-1985
Ray Charles Reveals 'bombs Put Under Bandstand' for His Anti-racism Role
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Ray Charles
Diana Ross Secretly Weds, Newspaper Reports
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Diana Ross (American singer and actress.)
Sammy Davis Released from Hospital, After Undergoing Hip Surgery
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Sammy Davis (Jr.)
Favorite Foods of the Stars
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Black celebrities (Nutrition), Harlem (New York, N.Y.), New York (N.Y.) (Restaurants)

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