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Trial Begins for Final Suspect in 1963 Alabama Church Bombing
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Bobby Frank Cherry (Trials, litigation, etc), Ku Klux Klan, Birmingham (Ala.) bombing, 1963, Trials (Alabama)
Police Arrest Alleged Racist Killer After 34 Years
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Kenneth C. Richmond (Trials, litigation, etc), Shirley McQueen, Carol Jenkins; d. 1968 (Murder), Ku Klux Klan, Black women (Crimes against), Criminal justice, Administration of (Indiana)
Enterprise Leasing to Pay $2.3 Mil to Settle Bias Suit
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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Co. Inc (Suits and claims), Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), United States (Race relations)
'Slave Diary' Assignment at California School Draws Concern from Parents
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Lynda McGuire, Slavery, Blacks (History), Palmdale (Calif.) (Education)
Woman at 91 Receives Masters Degree
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Grace Claiborne Johnson-Goodwyn
Carla Hayden Elected New American Library Association President
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Carla Diane Hayden (American librarian.); 1952-, American Library Association
Ebony Executive Editor Lerone Bennett Jr. Receives American Book Awards' Lifetime-achievement Award
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Lerone Bennett; 1928- (Awards), American Book Awards
Chicago Man Charged with Intentionally Infecting Girlfriend with HIV.
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Nikko Briteramos (Trials, litigation, etc), AIDS (Disease) (Legal aspects)
Unitrin Inc. Insurance Company to Repay Millions in Discrimination Suit
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Unitrin Inc, Discrimination in insurance, Illinois (Race relations)
Master P Raps about His Family Life and His Empire in the June Ebony
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Maryland Governor Stops State Executions
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Parris N. Glendening, Miscarriage of justice, Capital punishment (Maryland), Maryland (Politics and government)
Detroit Radio One's New Headquarters Dedicated to Public Relations Pioneer Ofield Dukes
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Ofield Dukes (American public relations executive.), Cathy Hughes (American radio executive.); 1947-, Blacks in public relations, Radio stations, Black
Dr. William F. Gibson, Former Chairman of NAACP, Dies
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William F. Gibson; 1933-2002
Thomas Jefferson Family Group Bars Slave Descendants from Membership
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Thomas Jefferson (American president.); 1743-1826, Sally Hemings (African American slave and alleged mistress of President Thomas Jefferson.); 1773-1835, Monticello Association
Minorities Qualify for the Most Generous Graduate Scholarships in the U.S.
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Jack Kent Cooke; 1912-1997, Minorities (Scholarships, Education)
Students at Taylor County High in Butler, Ga, Hold First Integrated Prom
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High schools (Race relations), Proms (Dances), Public schools (Segregation), Education (Georgia)
Reta Lewis Heads U.S. Chamber of Commerce Program for Women, Minorities
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Reta J. Lewis, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America

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