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Thousands Cross Edmund Pettus Bridge During 40th Anniversary Of Selma-To-Montgomery March's 'Bloody Sunday'.
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Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965 (Reenactments)
Ticker Tape
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South African Capital Pretoria To Be Renamed Tshwane
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Capitals (Cities) (Names), Pretoria (South Africa), South Africa (Capital)
Movies, Music & TV: Can Parents Monitor Their Children's Entertainment?
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Mass media and children, Child rearing
Helen White Williams, 81, Personal Assistant To President Lyndon Johnson
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Helen White Williams (American servant.); d. 2005
Tavis Smiley Hosts Annual 'State Of The Black Union'.
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Tavis Smiley (American radio talk show host.); 1964-, Health care reform, Blacks (Medical care)
James Brown Says He Has No Plans To Retire
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James Brown (American singer.)
Janet Jackson Seeks Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker
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Janet Jackson (American singer) (Trials, litigation, etc), Stalking (Crime), Orders of protection
50 Cent And The Game End Feud; Make Donations To The Boys Choir Of Harlem
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50 Cent (Musician) (American rapper) (Charitable contributions), Game (Musician) (American rapper) (Charitable contributions), Boys Choir of Harlem (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Dr. Marvalene Hughes Is First Woman President Of Dillard University
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Marvalene Hughes (American college president) (Selection and appointment), Dillard University (Officials)

This Week In Black History
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Debi Thomas (American figure skater.); 1967-
Step Into Spring With A New At-Home Workout Routine
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Exercise
Bernie Mac Stars In Movie 'Guess Who': Comedic Twist On 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner'.
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Bernie Mac (American comedian and actor.), Guess who (Motion picture), Guess who's coming to dinner (Motion picture)
Deadly Atlanta Courtroom Escape Leaves Four Dead; Accused Gunman Surrenders After 36-Hour Manhunt
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Brian Nichols (American murderer) (Trials, litigation, etc), Ashley Smith (American hostage of escaped murderer Brian Nichols) (Kidnapping), Rowland W. Barnes (American judge); d. 2005 (Murder), Judges (Crimes against), Fugitives from justice, Mass murder, Atlanta (Ga.) (Courthouses, Crime)

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