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Carol Moseley-Braun Makes Victorious Stand in Senate Against Confederate Flag
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Carol Moseley-Braun; 1947-., United Daughters of the Confederacy, United States Congress Senate (Voting), Confederate flag
Rev. Jackson Says Flood Disaster Could be Opportunity for Nation's Economic Growth
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Operation PUSH, Midwest flood, 1993 (Economic aspects)
Senators Rebuke Critics of Dr. Elders for Post of Nation's Health Doctor
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Joycelyn Elders (American surgeon general.), United States Surgeon-General's Office
NABJ Survey Cites Race Rift Between Newsroom's White Managers and Blacks
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National Association of Black Journalists, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Black journalists
Obituary
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Nathaniel H. Bronner; d. 1993
Chicagoan Named First Black PBS Commissioner
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Kenneth R. Kimbrough, United States Public Buildings Service
Federal Government Awards Contracts to Central State
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Central State University (Ohio), Black colleges and universities (Federal aid)
Walter Carrington Named Next Ambassador to Divided Nigeria
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Walter Carrington, United States (Diplomatic and consular service, Nigeria)
House Orders Benefits for Black Man who Cleaned Lincoln Memorial
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James Hudson (Lincoln Memorial caretaker.); d. 1993, National parks and reserves (Employees, Salaries), Lincoln Memorial (Washington, D.C.)
Padres Cut Payroll; Trade Fred McGriff to Atlanta Braves
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Fred McGriff (American baseball player.); 1963-

Obituary
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Roscoe Robinson; 1928-1993
Black Americans to Help ANC in Election
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African National Congress, Blacks (Political activities), Elections (South Africa)
Whitten Riled by Recent Firing from NBC-TV's 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'.
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Janet Hubert-Whitten
AIDS No. 2 Killer of Black Men Under 45 in 1990, 1991
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AIDS (Disease) and blacks
Survey Cites Poor State of Health Care Offered to Black Women in U.S.
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Black women (Medical care)
Mannie Jackson Signs Dotted Line, Becomes First Black to Own Harlem Globetrotters
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Mannie Jackson, Harlem Globetrotters
Barry Bonds' Big Bat and a $7 Million Salary Make Him the Best in Baseball
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Barry Bonds (American baseball player.); 1964-
Banks Memorabilia Sold in Public Sports Auction
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Ernie Banks; 1931-.
Robert Townsend's 'The Meteor Man' Uses Cast of Stars to Battle Drugs, Violence and Gangs
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Robert Townsend (American actor and motion picture director.)
The Meteor Man
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Robert Townsend (American actor and motion picture director) (Reviews), Meteor Man (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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