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NAACP Files Class Action Lawsuit Charging Racism in Florida Vote
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Class actions, Blacks (Political activities), Elections (Florida), Presidential elections (2000)
Black Woman Executed in Oklahoma is First in U.S. Since 1954
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Wanda Jean Allen; d. 2001, Capital punishment (Oklahoma)
Clinton's Popularity Among Blacks Attributed to His Concern for Their Problems, Poll Reveals
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Bill Clinton; 1946-., Blacks (Political activities)
Minorities Traveling More Than Ever: Survey
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Minorities (Travel)
What's Behind the Black Teacher Shortage?
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Black teachers (Employment)
'Puffy' Combs Claims Innocence in Pending Gun Possession Trial
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Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor) (Trials, litigation, etc), Firearms (Laws and regulations, New York (State))
Georgia Parking Attendant Gets a Big Tip--a Car from a Grateful Customer
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Eric Dennis
Toni Braxton, Dr. Dre, Brian McKnight Among American Music Awards Winners
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American Music Awards
Harlem Globetrotters Celebrate 75 Years at Anniversary Gala in Chicago
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Harlem Globetrotters
Misdemeanor Charges Against Phoenix Suns' Hardaway Dropped
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Penny Hardaway (American basketball player) (Trials, litigation, etc)

New York City Settles Lawsuit for Illegal Strip Searches; Could Pay Victims Up to $50 Million
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Strip searches, New York (N.Y.) (Police)
Blacks Win $28 Million Lawsuit Against Norfolk Southern in Race-bias Case
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Norfolk Southern Corporation (Suits and claims), Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Univ. of Georgia Dedicates Building to Its First Blacks
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Charlayne Hunter-Gault (American television newscaster.), Hamilton E. Holmes (American surgeon.); 1941-1995, University of Georgia
Clinton Presents Outstanding Blacks with Presidential Citizens Awards
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Bill Clinton; 1946-., Presidential Citizens Medal
Cooper Returns to WNBA as Coach of the Phoenix Mercury
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Cynthia Cooper (American basketball player and coach.); 1963-, Houston Comets (Basketball team)
Pearl B. Washington, Johnson Publishing Co. Retired Executive, 93, Dies
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Pearl B. Washington
Dr. Algeania Freeman to Sit as 1st Female Prexy of Livingstone College
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Algeania Warren Freeman, Livingstone College
Janet Jackson Receives American Music Awards' Top Honor Highlighting Stellar Career
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Janet Jackson (Awards), American Music Awards

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