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Julian Bond Elected Chairman of NAACP.
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Julian Bond; 1940-., National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Terry G. Hillard Named Chicago Police Superintendent
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Terry G. Hillard, Black police chiefs, Chicago (Ill.) (Police)
What are the Do's and Don'ts of a First Date?
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Dating (Social customs)
Prolific Ebony Photographer, G. Marshall Wilson, Succumbs
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G. Marshall Wilson
Death of Brother of Clinton's Personal Secretary, Betty Currie, Ruled Accidental
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Theodore R. Williams, Betty Currie (American private secretary to President Bill Clinton.), Traffic accidents (Virginia)
The Recipe of the Week: Skillet Meal
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Skillet cooking
Forty-three Women Sit on Death Row in U.S. Prisons; Twelve are Black
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Black women prisoners, Death row inmates
Janet Hill, Mother of Grant Hill, Says High Standards Must be Set for Youth
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Grant Hill (American basketball player.); 1972-, Janet Hill (business consultant.), Black youth (Management and training)
Usher Hits Right Chord as Brandy's New Romantic Interest on 'Moesha'.
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Usher, Moesha (Television program) (Reviews)
Simone, Daughter of Famed Singer Nina Simone, Wins Rave Reviews for Her Performances in 'Rent'.
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Simone

Breast Ailment Linked to Daily Alcohol, Study Says
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Women (Alcohol use), Breast (Cancer, Nutritional aspects)
Michael Jordan Says His Ultimate Dream is to Spend More Time 'watching My Kids Grow Up'.
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-
Samuel L. Jackson Blasts Spike Lee for Criticizing Him for Using 'N-word' in Jackie Brown'.
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Samuel L. Jackson (American actor.), Spike Lee (American film director, screenwriter and actor.), Quentin Tarantino (American film director, screenwriter and actor) (Reviews), Jackie Brown (Motion picture) (Reviews), Nigger (Term)
Quadriplegic Celestine Tate Harrington in Critical Condition After Being Struck by Two Cars in NJ.
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Celestine Tate Harrington; d. 1998, Black paralytics, Black handicapped women, Atlantic City (N.J.) (Traffic accidents)
Palmetto
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Volker Schlondorff (German film director and screenwriter) (Reviews), Palmetto (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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