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Ex-Senator Carol Moseley-Braun Announces Her Presidential Bid
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Carol Moseley-Braun; 1947-., Presidential candidates (2004), Black presidential candidates, Black presidents
Louis Farrakhan Blasts Bush's War Plans During Saviours' Day Speech
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Louis Farrakhan (American Black Muslim leader); 1933- (Speeches, addreses, etc), Iraq War, 2003- (Public opinion)
Oprah Gives $5 Million To Morehouse College
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Oprah Winfrey (Charitable contributions), Morehouse College (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Michigan Governor Granholm Files Brief Supporting Affirmative Action
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Jennifer M. Granholm; 1959-., University of Michigan (Suits and claims), Affirmative action in education, Minorities (Education), Colleges and universities (Admission)
Home Of America's First Black Civil Rights Leader Excavated In Philadelphia
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James Dexter (Homes and haunts), Slavery, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Historic houses, sites, etc)
Shaq Surprises Wife With Private, Romantic Dinner At Restaurant
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Shaquille O'Neal (American basketball player.); 1972-, Shaunie Nelson (wife of American basketball player Shaquille O'Neal.), Cooking by men, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Restaurants)
'Cosby' Kid Raven Grows Up, Stars in 'That's So Raven'.
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Raven-Symone, Children as actors and actresses
Can a Couple Remain Celibate Before Marriage?
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Celibacy
Iron Mike Delivers 49-second KO.
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Mike Tyson; 1966-., Clifford Etienne, Boxing
All-Star Guards Payton And Allen Trade Teams In Five-Player Deal
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Gary Payton (American basketball player.); 1968-, Ray Allen (American basketball player.), Milwaukee Bucks (Basketball team), Seattle SuperSonics (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Player trades)

Former Altar Boy Acquitted Of Wounding Priest; Sentenced To Gun Charges
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Maurice Blackwell; d. 2002 (Murder), Dontee D. Stokes, Catholic priests (Sexual behavior), Child molesting
Grains: The Foundation For A Healthy Diet
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Grain, Fiber in diet, Nutrition
India.Arie, Nelly, B.B. King, Herbie Hancock Are Double-Grammy Winners
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India.Arie (Singer) (American singer); 1975- (Awards), Nelly (Musician) (American rapper) (Awards), B. B. King (American blues guitarist and singer) (Awards), Herbie Hancock (American jazz keyboardist and composer); 1940- (Awards), Grammy Awards
'One On One' Is #1 TV Show With Black Viewers
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One on one (Television program), Blacks in television

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