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Shoshana Johnson, 6 Other POWs Rescued
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Shoshana Johnson (American soldier.), Iraq War, 2003- (Prisoners and prisons, Rescue work)
Heroic Soldiers Mourned At Home As Victory Nears
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Iraq War, 2003- (Casualties, Blacks)
Cross-Burning Ban Backed By Supreme Court
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United States Supreme Court, Hate crimes (Laws and regulations, Virginia), Cross burning
John Wallace Nominated For Seat On New Jersey Supreme Court Bench
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John E. Wallace (Jr.) (Selection and appointment), New Jersey Supreme Court
Historically Black Alcorn State Univ. Takes Pride In Its Growing 'Minority' Enrollment
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Alcorn State University, Black colleges and universities (Student recruiting), Foreign students (United States)
South Los Angeles Is New Name For City's Notorious South-Central Section Stigmatized By Violence
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Cities and towns (Names), South Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Les Nubians Return with New CD, 'One Step Forward'.
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Helene Faussart; 1974-., Celia Faussart; 1978-., Les Nubians (Musical group)
Darryl Strawberry Released From Prison In Florida After Serving 11 Months
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Darryl Strawberry (Drug use)
Four Blacks Selected For 2003 Class Of The Basketball Hall Of Fame
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Robert Parish; 1953-., James Worthy; 1961-., Meadowlark Lemon; 1932-., Earl Lloyd; 1928-., Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Black basketball players
No. 1-Ranked Teen Tennis Player's Success Is A Family Affair
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Donald Young (Jr., American tennis player.), Tennis, Junior

Washington Post Columnist Colbert I. King Wins Pulitzer Prize for Commentary
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Colbert I. King (American newspaper editor) (Awards), Pulitzer prizes
Marion Jones, Tim Montgomery Expecting a Baby
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Marion Jones (American sprinter, long jumper and basketball player.); 1975-, Tim Montgomery (American runner.)
Ex-NBA Star Ralph Sampson Gets Probation In Child Support Case
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Ralph Sampson (Trials, litigation, etc), Support (Domestic relations), Charlottesville (Va.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Syracuse Wins First NCAA Men's Championship Title
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Carmelo Anthony (American basketball player.); 1984-, Syracuse University (Basketball), NCAA Basketball Tournament, 2003
Connecticut Wins Back-To-Back Championships
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University of Connecticut (Basketball, Women), Basketball, College (Women, Tournaments)
Cedric 'The Entertainer'.
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Cedric the Entertainer; 1964-.

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