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Martin Luther King III Replaces Brother As Head of King Center
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Martin Luther King (III); 1957- (Selection and appointment), Dexter King (American foundation official and son of Martin Luther King, Jr.), King Center (Atlanta, Ga.) (Officials)
National Black History Museum Gets Approval From Congress
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John Lewis (American congressman.); 1940-, United States Congress (Voting), Blacks (Museums), Museums (Finance)
Massachusetts Supreme Court Rules In Support Of Gay Marriages
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (Decisions), Gay marriage (Massachusetts)
Nancy Wilson, Herbie Hancock, Luther Henderson Named Among America's 'Jazz Masters'.
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Nancy Wilson (American singer) (Awards), Herbie Hancock (American jazz keyboardist and composer); 1940- (Awards), Luther Henderson (American pianist, conductor and arranger.); 1919-2003, National Endowment for the Arts, Jazz music (Awards)
Jury Finds John Muhammad Guilty Of Washington, D.C.-Area Shootings; Lee Malvo Trial Begins
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John Allen Muhammad (American sniper) (Trials, litigation, etc), Lee Boyd Malvo (Jamaican sniper) (Trials, litigation, etc), Washington (D.C.) area sniper shootings, 2002, Trials (Murder), Criminal justice, Administration of (Virginia), Capital punishment
Black Farmer Makes 200-Mile Mule Wagon Ride To D.C. For Agriculture Subsidy Bias Protest
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John W. Boyd (American farmers' association executive.); 1965-, Black farmers (Political activities), Wagon trips
Equal Opportunity Leaders
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National Urban League, Equal Opportunity Awards
P. Diddy Buys Mansion For $2.6 Million In Georgia Suburb
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Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor) (Homes and haunts)
Slick Rick Freed From Jail After 17-Month Deportation Fight
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Slick Rick (Trials, litigation, etc), Deportation, Illegal aliens
Muhammad Ali's Daughter, May May Ali, Writes Children's Book About His Boxing Career
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May May, Muhammad Ali; 1942- (Biographical works), Fathers and daughters, Children's literature, Musicians as authors

Michael Jackson Calls Child Molestation Charges 'Lies'.
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter); 1958-2009 (Trials, litigation, etc), Child molesting, Santa Barbara (Calif.) (Crime)
Prosecutor Tried To Get Michael Jackson On Child Molestation Charges Years Ago
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Thomas W. Sneddon (American district attorney.); 1941-, Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter); 1958-2009 (Trials, litigation, etc), Child molesting, Santa Barbara (Calif.) (Crime)
Gene Anthony Ray, 41, 'Fame' Star, Dies
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Gene Anthony Ray; 1962-2003
High-Octane Eating Habits
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Fatigue (Prevention)
Woman Gets $350,000 In Lawsuit Over Airport Strip Search
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Rhonda Brent (Trials, litigation, etc), Strip searches, Race discrimination, Settlements (Law), Airline passenger security screening, Miami (Fla.) (Airports)
Luther Vandross Wins Two American Music Awards; 50 Cent, Aaliyah, Missy Elliott Among Other Winners
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Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter) (Awards), 50 Cent (Musician) (American rapper) (Awards), Missy Elliott (American rapper and songwriter) (Awards), American Music Awards
Recipe Of The Week
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Cappuccino, Brandy
Barry Bonds Awarded Sixth MVP; Dedicates Honor To His Late Father
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Barry Bonds (American baseball player); 1964- (Awards), National Baseball League, Baseball, Professional (Awards)
Correction
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Tyler Perry (American playwright, screenwriter, actor and director.), Madea (Fictional character), Female impersonators, Black women in drama
Ordinary Men With Extraordinary Stories Brought To The Silver Screen
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Blacks in motion pictures, Motion pictures (Adaptations from black literature)
Roberta Flack
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Roberta Flack; 1940-.

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