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Jackson Snub by Democrats Threatens Party Harmony
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Democratic Leadership Council
Pinole, Ca., Mayor Ousted After Alleged Bias Remarks
7
John Goularte, Racial slurs, Pinole (Calif.) (Race relations)
Black Hero of World War I is Posthumously Awarded Medal of Honor 72 Yrs. Late
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Freddie Stowers (American soldier and Medal of Honor recipient.); 1896-1918, United States Army (Blacks), World War, 1914-1918 (Blacks), Medal of Honor
Albertina Walker Raises Funds for Aspiring Singers
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Albertina Walker (American gospel singer.); 1929-, Gospel music (Benefit performances)
Dr. Franklin Smith Picked to Head D.C. School System
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Franklin L. Smith (school superintendent.), Black school superintendents and principals (Selection and appointment), Education (Washington (D.C.))
Black Edward Kennedy Gets Flak for Senator Kennedy in National Rape Scandal
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Edward Moore Kennedy (American senator.); 1932-2009, Edward Kennedy, Palm Beach rape case, 1991
Hosea Williams Calls Drunken Driving Arrest 'mental Harassment'.
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Drunk driving
Late Jimi Hendrix Left Chaotic Estate Valued at Over $2.6 Million
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Jimi Hendrix (American guitarist and singer.), Estates, Decedents'.
Celebrities Tell Best Advice They Got from Their Mothers
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Black celebrities' families, Mothers, Advice
NFL Draft Yields Few Winners, But Obvious Losers
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Football, Professional (Draft)

Obituary
15
William E. Gardner
Black Teens Win National Letter-writing Contest
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Black youth (Attitudes), Children (Correspondence, Competitions)
George Mason U. Punishes White Frat and Sorority There for Blackface Prank
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George Mason University, Colleges and universities (Race relations), Blackface entertainers
Houston Mother Lauds Black Schools, Credits Them for Sons' Improved Attitude
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Cynthia Ferrell-Wright, Blacks (Education), Houston (Tex.) (Education)
Lionel Richie and His Wife Brenda End 16-year Marriage
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.), Brenda Richie (wife of Lionel Richie.), Divorce
Manley Barred from Giving Anti-drug Talks to Students in Two Virginia Schools
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Dexter Manley (American football player.); 1959-, Football players (Drug use), Drug education
Simmons Sworn in for a Third Term on ICC.
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J. J. Simmons, United States Interstate Commerce Commission
Black H.s. Golfer Barred from Tourney Feted by Louisiana
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Dondre Green, Golf courses, Golf (Tournaments, Ethical aspects), Discrimination in sports
Spinks, Tonawanda are Latest Boxing Comebacks
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Leon Spinks (American boxer.), Jackie Tonawanda
Obituary
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Floyd B. McKissick (American lawyer and civil rights leader.); 1922-1991
Whitney Houston's Brother Charges Lexington Attackers
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Whitney Houston, Michael Houston, Assault and battery
Amen
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Amen (Television program) (Reviews)
Cosby to Hold Benefit Concerts for Apollo
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Apollo Theatre (New York, N.Y.)
Original Duke Ellington Works to be Performed in Smithsonian's Jazz Agenda
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Duke Ellington (American band leader and composer.); 1899-1974, Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra

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