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Congress Seeks $800 Mil. for New Front-line States Shipping Ports, Routes
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Economic assistance, American (Southern Africa), South Africa (Economic relations, Southern Africa), Southern Africa (Economic relations, South Africa)
Black Judge Dismisses Two Suits in Iran Arms Case
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Oliver L. North (Jr., American Marine corps officer and military official.), Barrington D. Parker (judge.), Iran-contra affair (Legal aspects)
Racist Gets Prison Term for Harassing Black Family
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Michael Eugene Maas, San Diego (Calif.) (Race relations, Criminal justice, Administration of)
Black Chicagoan Awarded $800,000 for False Arrest
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George Jones, Miscarriage of justice, Chicago (Ill.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Stress Hits Black Profs Harder Than Whites, Study
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Black college teachers (Psychology), Job stress
Doctor Reveals Sexual Addiction a Growing Problem
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Marshall Lee, Sexual addiction
Dr. A.E. Smith Installed as S.C. State President; Sammy Davis Gives Speech
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Sammy Davis (Jr.), Albert E. Smith, South Carolina State College
Negritude: an Old Term Promotes a New Movement
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Negritude
Gary Coleman, 19, and on His Own
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Gary Coleman (American actor.)
Black 'over Qualified' for Job Sues Albuquerque
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Harold Bailey, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Albuquerque (N.M.) (Employees)

McKee, Gillett Co. Buy $365 Mil. Fla. TV Station
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Clarence McKee, Gillett Holdings, Inc, Television stations, Black
Famous Amos Among Ten Rags-to-riches Inductees
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Wally Amos, Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans
Md. Sen. Blasts Negative Reports on Black Family
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Barbara A. Mikulski, Black family
Democrats Award King Scholarships to 5 Youths
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Democratic Party (U.S.), Scholarships and fellowships
Illinois Leads U.S. with Most School Segregation
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Education (Illinois), Public schools (Segregation)
Calif. Educator Makes Bid for Congressional Seat
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Doris M. Ward, California (Politics and government)
First Black Mayor Serves as Head of Jennings, La
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Wilbert D. Rochelle, Jennings (La.) (Politics and government)
Task Force Offers Answers for Problems Facing Blacks
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Joint Center for Political Studies (U.S.), Blacks (Economic conditions)
Guard Hailed by Police Fired by Bank; Gets a Better Job and Pay Raise
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Jesse Massey, Wells Fargo & Co, Security guards, Bank robberies
Obituary
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Melvin Boozer; d. 1987
Obituary
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Paul B. Zuber; 1926-1987
Dick Gregory Launches New Enterprise with Slim-Safe Bahamian Diet
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Dick Gregory; 1932-., Weight reducing products
Chicago Girl, 11, Wins $6 Mil. Settlement from Hospital
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Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center (Chicago, Ill.), Hospitals (Malpractice)
White Ill. Youth Sentenced for Torching Black Home
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Larry Kalafut, Gage Park (Ill.) (Race relations, Juvenile justice, Administration of)
Ella Hits High Note and Trips Fire Alarm
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Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.), Fire alarms
Teen Sues for Being Denied Love Role Opposite White
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James L. Mosley, Blacks (Education), School plays, Oxford (Miss.) (Education)
Amy Carter Gets Probation for Brown Apartheid Protest
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Amy Carter (daughter of Jimmy Carter.), Brown University, Apartheid, Civil rights demonstrations, Student protests, demonstrations, etc
Black Women Hold Most Low-paying Jobs: Study
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Black women (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Black TB Victim in Fla. Wins Fight for Her Job
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Gene Arline, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Tuberculosis, Black teachers (Dismissal), Black women (Employment)
Foreman to Keep Busy After Easy Comeback Win
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George Foreman; 1949-.
College Basketball's Little Man Seeks Big NBA Break
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Muggsy Bogues; 1965-.
Tip from Ali Helped Smith Survive Onslaught of Tyson, who Cracked His Ribs
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Mike Tyson; 1966-., James Smith, Boxing (Accidents and injuries)
Bo Jackson to Upset K.C. Royals' Minor Plans
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Bo Jackson; 1962-., Kansas City Royals (Baseball team)
Ex-tennis Star Gibson Sees Herself in Martina
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Althea Gibson; 1927-2003, Martina Navratilova; 1956-.
Va. Union Captures 42nd CIAA Basketball Tourney
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Basketball, College (Tournaments)
Pryor Preps for Battle on Rape Charge in Miami
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Aaron Pryor, Rape, Miami (Fla.) (Crime)
Carl Lewis Predicts Calm for 1988 Seoul Olympics
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Carl Lewis (American sprinter and long jumper.); 1961-, Olympic Games, 1988 (Seoul, Korea)
Ex-champ Berbick OKs Deflated Fight Purse
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Trevor Berbick (Jamaican boxer.), Boxing (Economic aspects)
Debbie Allen Looks Ahead After Final 'Fame' Episode
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Debbie Allen
Bill Cosby Wins Three People's Choice Awards
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., People's Choice Awards
Redd Foxx Does Prison Benefits in Memory of His Ex-con Brother
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Redd Foxx (American comedian.), Fred Glenn Sanford (robber.), Black prisoners
Oprah, ABC Execs Discuss New Sitcom for Fall Lineup
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Oprah Winfrey
Musician Willie Dixon Satisfied Out of Court
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Willie Dixon (American blues singer.), Led Zeppelin (Musical group), Copyright (Music)

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