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A. G. Gaston's Legacy is an Inspiration to Black Business Today
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A. G. Gaston (American banker, insurance executive and real estate investor.), Black entrepreneurs
Photos of Mock Lynching at Halloween Party Leads to Suspensions at White Auburn U. Frats
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Auburn University, Internet crimes, Lynching (Photographs), Halloween costumes, College fraternities
Pioneer Actress-singer Etta Moten Barnett Celebrates 100th Birthday in Chicago
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Etta Moten Barnett; 1901-2004 (Birth)
Wilton Gregory Elected 1st Black President of U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
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Wilton D. Gregory (American archbishop.), Catholic Church United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Church (Blacks), Chicago (Ill.) (Religion)
Internet Twins' Mom Pleads Guilty to Unrelated Fraud Charges
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Tranda Wecker (birth mother of twins adopted over Internet) (Trials, litigation, etc), Fraud, Internet crimes, Adoption and adopted children (Internet resources)
Lloyd Ward Named the First Black CEO of the U.S. Olympic Committee
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Lloyd Ward, United States Olympic Committee
Michael Jackson's TV Special Draws 25 Million Viewers; 'Invincible' Debuts
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Television programs (Rock music)
Bernie Mac Brings Tough Love and Comedy to 'The Bernie Mac Show
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Bernie Mac (American comedian and actor.), Bernie Mac show (Television program)
T. M. Alexander, Pioneering Founder of Insurance Brokerage, Dies at 92 in Atlanta
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T. M. Alexander; 1909-2001
Larry Still, 78, News Reporter and Teacher, Dies in Washington
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Larry Still; d. 2001

Chicago Man Wrongly Imprisoned for Murder Awarded $15 Million
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James Newsome, Miscarriage of justice, Murder, Criminal justice, Administration of (Illinois), Chicago (Ill.) (Crime)
How to Keep Warm While Exercising in the Cold
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Exercise

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