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Ruth Davis Sworn In As Director General; Highest Rank For A Black Woman In U.S. Foreign Service
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Ruth A. Davis (American diplomat and international relations specialist) (Selection and appointment), Foreign Service Institute (U.S.)
Judge Roger Gregory Finally OK'd For Seat On U.S. Court Of Appeals
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Roger Gregory (American judge) (Selection and appointment), United States Court of Appeals (4th Circuit)
Protesters Rally In D.C. Against Navy Bombing Range In Vieques, Puerto Rico
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Pollution (Vieques Island (Puerto Rico)), Public health (Puerto Rico), Navy yards and naval stations (Puerto Rico), Bombing and gunnery ranges (Puerto Rico)
Ticker Tape
12
Blacks
School Segregation On The Rise: Harvard Study
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Public schools (Desegregation), Blacks (Education)
Experts Suggest Parents Teach Children While Young About Race
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Race differences, Multiculturalism, Toleration (Study and teaching), United States (Race relations)
Minorities Lag Behind With Promotions In Federal Work Force
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Black government employees (Promotion), Minority government employees
Multiple Sex Partners May Increase Risk Of Prostate Cancer
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Prostate gland (Cancer, Prevention), Men (Health and hygiene), Sexual behavior
Male Rites-Of-Passage Practices In S. Africa Killing Youth: Officials
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Circumcision (Health aspects), Initiation rites (South Africa)
Convict Escapes L.A. Jail Wearing Fake I.D. With Photo Of Eddie Murphy
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Kevin Jerome Pullum (American criminal) (Trials, litigation, etc), Identity theft, Fugitives from justice

British R&B Export Craig David Makes U.S. Debut
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Craig David (British rhythm and blues singer.)
This Week In Black History
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Arnette R. Hubbard (American judge.), James Varick (American bishop.); ca. 1750-1827
Parents Need Their Own Time-outs When Children Misbehave
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Child rearing
How To Nurture Your Child's Mental Health
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Black children (Health and hygiene), Mental health
Rapper ODB Receives Two- To Four-Year Sentence For Drugs
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Ol' Dirty Bastard (American rapper); 1969-2004 (Drug use), Drug trafficking
Joe Lee Picked As New Alabama State University President
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Joe A. Lee (American college president) (Selection and appointment), Alabama State University (Officials)
Is Teaching Abstinence The Best Form Of Sex Education?
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Sexual abstinence (Study and teaching)
Minorities Still Majority Of Those Stopped On N.J. Turnpike: Report
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Race discrimination (Statistics), New Jersey Turnpike (N.J.)
WNBA's Lisa Leslie Leads West To Third-Straight All-Star Victory; Wins Game MVP.
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Lisa Leslie (American basketball player); 1972- (Awards), Los Angeles Sparks (Basketball team)
NBA Star Alonzo Mourning Hosts Fifth Annual 'Zo's Summer Groove' In Florida
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Alonzo Mourning (American basketball player.); 1970-, Basketball players (Charitable contributions)
WBC Champ Mosley Sinks Stone In Third Round; Remains Undefeated
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Sugar Shane Mosley (American boxer.); 1971-, Adrian Stone (English boxer.), Boxing
NBA Trade And Signing Transactions
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Basketball, Professional (Player trades)
Chris Tucker, 'Rush Hour 2' Star, Talks About Movie And How Fame Is Changing His Life
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Chris Tucker (American comedian.), Rush hour 2 (Motion picture)

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