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Chicago Mayor Ends City's Fight to Hinder Housing and Job Opportunities
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Blacks (Housing, Employment, Discriminatory practices), Chicago (Ill.) (Housing)
Conyers Wants All Fed. Contracts to Set Aside 10[percent] for Small Businesses
5
Small business (Federal aid), Government contracts, Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
Blacks Gain Voting Clout as Numbers Hit 19 Million
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Voter registration, Black suffrage
Jackson Will Keep His Options Open to V.P. Spot on Dem.'s Ticket
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Vice-presidential candidates (1984)
Teetotaler Superstar Michael Jackson Cited for Anti-drunk Role
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Drunk driving, Youth (Alcohol use)
Greensboro, N.C., Home of Sit-in Movement, is Now Best Place to Live
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Greensboro (N.C.) (Blacks)
U.S. Rep. Hall Defeated by 'racism,' Voter Turnout
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Katie Hall; 1938-., Indiana (Politics and government)
Councilman who Says He is Black, Wins Recall Election
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Mark L. Stebbins, Blacks (Race identity), Stockton (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Federal Agency Helping Africa Faces Loss of $3 Mil. Due to Discord
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African Development Foundation
Number of Unwed Moms Threatens Black Family
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Black family, Black single mothers

Jackson Attempts to Block Thriller Film from Stores
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Rock videos
Few Veterans are Helped by Federal Jobs Program
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Veterans (Employment)
Black Educators May Feel Isolated on White Campus
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Black college teachers (Psychology), Colleges and universities (Race relations)
Black Co-ed Files Suits Against Univ. of Mass
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Yvette Henry, University of Massachusetts at Springfield, Colleges and universities (Race relations), Black women college students
Dr. Luther Williams Named Atlanta Univ. President
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Luther S. Williams, Atlanta University
Hawkins Steers Debate on Youth Employment Act
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Augustus F. Hawkins (American congressman.); 1907-2007, Unemployment (Relief measures)
Ga. Black Farmers Co-op Faces Foreclosure on Loan
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New Communities Inc, Foreclosure
Rev. Russell Offers Prayer in U.S. House; It's a First
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Helen D. Russell, United States Congress House, Black women clergy
Morehouse Medics to Train at Tuskegee VA Hospital
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Morehouse School of Medicine, Veterans (Hospitals)
Prominent Lady Lawyer Guilty of Embezzlement
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Ruth Harvey Charity, Embezzlement, Legal ethics
Justice Dept. Uses a New Tactic in Fighting Voting Rights Violations in Ala
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United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Voting Rights Act of 1965, Black suffrage, Alabama (Politics and government)
Black Executed in Fla.; Justice Marshall Assails Death Penalty Decision
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Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, James Adams, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Capital punishment (Florida), Electrocution (Capital punishment)
Happy with $10 Mil. Pact, Payton Anxious to Pass Brown for NFL Record
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Walter Payton; 1954-1999
Mad at NCAA, Carol Lewis to Join Her Brother Carl
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Carol Lewis, Track and field athletics (Women)
Moses Malone Recipient of Wanamaker Award in Philly
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Moses Malone; 1955-.
First Black Coach Named at World Games for Deaf
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Hubert Anderson, Deaf (Sports)
A's Pitcher Norris Freed of Drug Rap in Oakland
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Mike Norris (American baseball player.), Baseball players (Drug use)
Despite Good '83 Season Black Colleges Suffered Draft Snub by NFL Teams
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Black colleges and universities, Football, Professional (Draft)
NCAA Penalizes Southern U. for Recruiting Violations
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Southern University, Football, College (Recruiting)
Proud U.S. Olympians See Russian Boycott as Payback
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Black athletes, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Boycott)
Sugar Ray Quits After TKO Win; Wife Says that He's a Hell of a Man
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Pendergrass is Back with New Album Love Language and Special on Cable TV.
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Teddy Pendergrass (American soul singer.)
Count Basie Leaves His $1.5 Million Estate to His Daughter Diane
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Count Basie (American jazz pianist and band leader.); 1904-1984
The Jackson Girls Add Fame to Family Name
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Jackson family

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