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Judge Thomas Defied Conservative Judges in First Year on Court
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Clarence Thomas (American Supreme Court justice.), United States Supreme Court (Nominees), United States Court of Appeals (District of Columbia Circuit)
Gap Widening Between Poor, Affluent Blacks
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Blacks (Economic conditions)
Rep. John Lewis Scores Upset in Being Named One of 3 House Whips
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John Lewis (American congressman.); 1940-, United States Congress House
Leland's Widow Files Suit in Husband's Plane Crash
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Mickey Leland (American congressman.); 1944-1989, Alison Leland, Aviation (Accidents)
Jesse Owens Foundation is Presented $100,000 by the International Athletic Assn
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Jesse Owens Foundation, International Amateur Athletic Association, Jesse Owens International Trophy Awards
Pure Luck
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Nadia Tass (Reviews), Pure luck (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Barbara Brandon is 1st Black Female Cartoonist Nationally Syndicated
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Barbara Brandon
Nicholas Brothers to be Honored at Kennedy Center
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Nicholas Brothers, Kennedy Center Honors
Black Teen Golfer Wins U.S. Junior Amateur Title
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Tiger Woods; 1975-., Golf (Tournaments)
Barry Sanders Signs Highest NFL Pact for Black, Non-quarterback
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Barry Sanders; 1968-., Football players (Salaries)

Ten Black Reps May be Elected to New Southern Seats in Congress in '92
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Apportionment (Election law), Black political candidates, Black suffrage, Southern States (Politics and government)
Racial Tensions Lead to Chaos in Canadian Cities
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Canada (Race relations)
Former Marine Sentenced in Wife's Death, Even Though There was No Body
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Shirley Gibbs Russell, Robert P. Russell, Trials (Murder)
Danny Glover Tells why He Dropped Tough-guy Image for Comedy, 'Pure Luck'.
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Danny Glover
Rick James, Girl Pal Plead Not Guilty to Burning, Abusing Woman
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Rick James, Tanya Anne Hijazi
Brown, James: Gospel According to James Brown and Reverend Al Sharpton
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James Brown (American singer) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Al Sharpton (American clergyman and political activist); 1954- (Sound recordings, Reviews), Gospel music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
N.Y. Assemblywoman Daniels Urges Grammy Execs to Put Harlem in Its Plans in '92
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Geraldine L. Daniels; 1933-., Grammy Awards, Harlem (New York, N.Y.)

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