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Jesse Jackson Gaining Support of All Races as He Explores Another Run for President
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Mother of Slain Black Son Takes Possession of KKK Building Won in Lawsuit
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Michael Donald (American lynching victim.), Ku Klux Klan, Lynching, Mobile (Ala.) (Race relations)
Wilson Goode, Frank Rizzo Stump for Mayor's Seat in Philadelphia Election
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Frank Lazarro Rizzo (American mayor.), W. Wilson Goode (American mayor.); 1938-, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Politics and government)
Pittsburgh Voters Approve New System; Ups Chances for Black Candidates
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Election laws (Pennsylvania), Black political candidates, Pittsburgh (Pa.) (Politics and government)
Judge in Springfield, Ill. to Decide on Voting Issue
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Black suffrage, Springfield (Ill.) (Politics and government)
V.P. Bush Tells Dillard Grads Racism's 'ugly Head' Always Will be Chopped Off
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George Bush; 1924-., Dillard University, United States (Race relations)
Frisco Judge Dismisses Thomas Libel Lawsuit
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Philip Michael Thomas, National enquirer (Newspaper), Libel and slander
Baseball Manager Candidates Seeking a Try with Control
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Black baseball managers, Discrimination in sports
Boxer Wins Award for His Fight Vs. Apartheid
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Lloyd Honeyghan, Apartheid, Boxing (South Africa)
Dickerson Files $12 Million Suit Vs. Norton's Agency
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Eric Dickerson (American football player.); 1960-, Jack Rodri, Sports agents (Professional ethics)

Blacks Among 37 Sailors Killed in Attack on Stark
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United States Navy (Blacks), Stark (Warship) (Iraqi missile attack, 1987)
Boy, 11, Begged 'help' Before Bears Ate Him
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Prospect Park Zoo (New York, N.Y.), Polar bear attacks
Rowers Snub South Boston Club Race that Bans Blacks
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Rowing (Competitions), Discrimination in sports, Boston (Mass.) (Race relations)
Alton Coleman was His Own Lawyer, Had Fool for Client
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Alton Coleman
Black GPO Workers Awarded $2.4 Million in Bias Case
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United States Government Printing Office, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Black government employees
Hire More Minorities in Nation's Newsrooms: ANPA.
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American Newspaper Publishers Association, Black journalists
Illinois Town Supports Theory of Black Appellate Judge: Crime Does Pay
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Flora (Ill.) (Prisons)
Dr. Gloster Weeps as He Awards Wonder Last Degree as President of Morehouse
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Hugh M. Gloster (college president.); 1911-2002, Morehouse College, Degrees, Honorary
Robert Brown Oversees the Enrollment of Mandela's Daughter at Boston Univ
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Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Zenani Mandela Dlamini (Princess.), Robert J. Brown (business consultant.), Boston University, Apartheid, Political prisoners (South Africa), Foreign students (United States), South Africans (Education, United States)
$1.1 Mil. Suit Filed by Athletes in Fla. Land Deal
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Holland & Knight, Real estate investment, Lawyers (Malpractice), Black athletes (Salaries)
Fight Judge Files a Suit Against Ex-champ Holmes
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Larry Holmes (American boxer.), Frank Brunette, Boxing (Officiating), Libel and slander
Qawi's Loss is a Win when Decision Comes in
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Dwight Muhammad Qawi (American boxer.), Boxing (Officiating)
New Football League Tabs Black Head Coach for
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Bob Harrison, Arena football
Sammy Brings Broadway to Newark for Fundraiser
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Sammy Davis (Jr.), Sammy Davis Jr. National Liver Institute, Benefit performances
Famous People Tell what They Fear Most
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Black celebrities (Psychology), Phobias
Mr. T Chops Down Trees on His Property; Angers His Neighbors in Suburb
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Mr. T (American wrestler and actor.); 1952-, Tree felling, Lake Forest (Ill.) (Blacks)
Lena Horne and Daughter Receive Achievement Awards
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Lena Horne (American singer.), Gail Lumet Buckley (historian and daughter of Lena Horne.); 1937-, Black women (Awards)
What TV Stars are Doing on Their Vacations
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Vacations, Blacks in television

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