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Supreme Court Denies Request to Block Georgia Redistricting
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Black suffrage, Apportionment (Election law), Georgia (Politics and government)
Black Business Trailblazers Lauded at Gala Tribute in Washington
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Business Policy Review Council, Black executives
Florida A&M No. 1 Again in Recruiting Top Black Scholars
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Florida A & M University, Black colleges and universities (Student recruiting)
Marketing of Martin Luther King, Jr. Merchandise is Approved by Family
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Collectibles), Merchandising
Clinton Appoints More Women and Minorities to Federal Bench
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Judges (Selection and appointment), Minority judges, Women judges
Ronald E. McNair's Widow Remembers Late Husband on Tenth Anniversary of His Death in Space Shuttle Challenger
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Ronald E. McNair, Cheryl McNair, Challenger (Space shuttle) explosion, 1986
William Norwood, United Airlines' First Black Pilot, Retired After 30-year Career
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William R. Norwood, United Airlines, Inc
NAACP Asks Reno to Probe Fires in Southern Churches
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Black church burnings, Churches (Buildings) (Alabama, Tennessee)
Legendary Hoopsters Gervin, Thompson Lead New Crop of Basketball Hall of Fame Inductees
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George Gervin; 1952-., David Thompson, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Dave Winfield Retires as Oldest Active Pro Baseball Player After 23-year Career
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Dave Winfield; 1951-.

Obituary
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Willie Miles Burns; d. 1996
Obituary
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Mercer Ellington
James Brown's Wife Died After Taking PCP and Prescription Drugs, Autopsy Report Says
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Adrienne Lois Brown (wife of James Brown.), James Brown (American singer.), PCP.
Dr. Ernest E. Just Honored on New Black Heritage Stamp
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Ernest Everett Just (American embryologist.); 1883-1941, Blacks on postage stamps
Dr. Henry Foster Named to Lead National Offensive on Teen Pregnancy
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Henry W. Foster (Jr., American physician.), Teenage pregnancy
All-star MVP Michael Jordan Leads East Stars to 129-118 Win Over West
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Basketball, Professional (All-star games)
Can O.J. Simpson Win Again?
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O. J. Simpson; 1947- (Murder case, 1994, Civil trial)
Eye for an Eye
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John Schlesinger (British motion picture director); 1926-2003 (Reviews), Eye for an eye (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Moesha
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Brandy (Singer), Moesha (Television program) (Reviews)
Obituary
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Henry Lewis (American conductor.); 1932-1996

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