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Clinton Opens School Doors for Little Rock Nine on 40th Anniversary
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Bill Clinton; 1946- (Speeches, addresses, etc), Public schools (Desegregation), United States (Race relations, History), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education, History)
IRS Drops Rosa Parks' Charity's Tax-exempt Status
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Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, United States Internal Revenue Service, Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development, Tax exemption
Racism Allegations with Airport Profiling Prompts Justice Department to Examine Computerized Profiling System
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United States Dept. of Justice, Airports (Security measures, Automation), Blacks (Civil rights), Racial profiling
Rep. Stokes Praises Mom as House Considers Naming Courthouse for Brother
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Louis Stokes (American congressman.); 1925-, Carl Stokes (American mayor, judge and newscaster.); 1927-1996, United States Congress House, Cleveland (Ohio) (Courthouses)
Nelson Mandela Names His Former Prison a National Monument
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Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Prisons (South Africa), Political prisoners (South Africa), Apartheid, Robben Island (South Africa)
Babyface and Wife, Tracey, Nab Deal for TV Sitcom with Fox Broadcasting
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Tracey Edmonds, Babyface, Fox Broadcasting Company
Violence Mars Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Belton's Re-election Campaign Against White Challenger
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Sharon Sayles Belton; 1951-., Minneapolis (Minn.) (Race relations, Politics and government)
Campus Police Kill Man as He Fatally Stabs Girlfriend at University of Michigan
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Kevin V. Nelson, Tamara Sonya Williams, University of Michigan, Murder, Ann Arbor (Mich.) (Crime)
Black Women Custodians on Capitol Hill File Lawsuit Seeking Equal Pay
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United States Architect of the Capitol, Black women (Employment), Equal pay for equal work, Women maintenance workers, Affirmative action
Ali Angry Over Upcoming Auction Plans; Says His Souvenirs Were 'stolen' from Him
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Muhammad Ali; 1942- (Collectibles), Christie's International plc

William L. Rowe, Renowned Journalist and Former New York City Deputy Police Commissioner, Dies
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William Leon Rowe; 1914-1997
West Point's First Black Cadet Gets Commission
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James Webster Smith, United States Military Academy, Black cadets, Blacks (Civil rights, History)
Journal Editorial Blasts HIV Testing on Poor in Third World Countries; Compares to Tuskegee Study
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AIDS (Disease) and pregnancy, AIDS (Disease) (Therapy, Developing countries), AZT (Drug), Pharmaceutical research (Human experimentation)
Deanna Brown, Daughter of Soul Legend James Brown, Weds Shawn Thomas in South Carolina
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Deanna Brown, James Brown (American singer.)
Veteran Singer Ruth Brown Records New Album 'R+R
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Ruth Brown (American rhythm and blues singer.)
Stanford University Senior Stars on the Football Field and in the Church Pulpit
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Damon Dunn (American football player.), Stanford University (Football)
Black Stars Heat Up Daytime Soaps
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Television serials, Blacks in television
Mariah Carey Soars with New Soulful Album 'Butterfly'.
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Mariah Carey
Kiss the Girls
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Gary Fleder (Reviews), Kiss the girls (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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