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Four Media Leaders Saluted During 'Impact' Conference
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Impact (Periodical), Blacks in the mass media industry
Detroit NAACP Breaks Record, Raises $1.1 Mil. at Freedom Fund Dinner
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Fund raising
Jamaican Envoy Keith Johnson Honored for 50 Yrs. Service
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Keith Johnson, Jamaica (Diplomatic and consular service, United States)
Macon Teen Gets $258,000 in Scholarship Offers
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Marianne Ragins, Blacks (Scholarships)
Judge Reopens School Bias Hiring Case in Boston
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W. Arthur Garrity (Jr.), Black teachers, Blacks (Employment), Boston (Mass.) (Education)
Conyers Calls for National Salute to 'Buffalo Soldiers'.
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John Conyers; 1929-., United States Army (Blacks)
NAACP's Wade Henderson Testifies on Capitol Hill about Police Overreaction
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Wade J. Henderson, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Police brutality
White House Press Lauds Exiting Prexy Ralph Ellison, Sinbad Dishes Out Laughs
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White House Correspondents' Association, Washington (D.C.) (Social life and customs)
Vandross Feted at Surprise Birthday Bash
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Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter.), Birthday parties
Henderson Steals Way Into Baseball History by Topping Lou Brock
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Rickey Henderson; 1958-., Baseball records

Univ. of Chicago Names Black Law Prof After Flap
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Randolph N. Stone, University of Chicago Law School, Black law teachers
Student, Staff Criticism Makes Kilpatrick Bow Out as Old Dominion Speaker
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James J. Kilpatrick (American columnist.); 1920-2010, Old Dominion University, Commencement addresses
Obituary
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Oscar Dansler
Judge Drops Murder Count Against Gulf Vet's Wife
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Anthony L. Riggs; d. 1991, Toni Riggs, Murder, Persian Gulf War, 1991 (Blacks), Detroit (Mich.) (Crime)
New J106 Takes Chicago Adult Radio Market by Storm
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Radio stations, Black
Civil Rights Commissioner Says U.S.A. 'racist Nation,' Echoes Kerner Report
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Arthur Allen Fletcher (American civil rights leader and government official.); 1924-2005, United States Commission on Civil Rights, United States (Race relations)
Racial Tension 'escalated' by Bush Administration
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Blacks (Civil rights), United States (Race relations)
Chicago Cracking Down on Cabbies who Refuse Blacks
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Taxicab drivers, Chicago (Ill.) (Race relations)
Harlem Chess Team Wins National Jr. Chess Tournament
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Chess (Children, Tournaments), Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
NBC to Televise Bayou Classic
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National Broadcasting Co., Inc, Television programs (Sports, Football)
Senate Business Counsel Urges South Africans to Use Set Aside Plan
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Carolyn Jordan, Government contracts, Black business enterprises (Federal aid, South Africa)
Judge Consuelo Marshall Tours Africa; Wins Praise of Judges, Lawyers There
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Consuelo B. Marshall, Americans (Africa), Courts (Africa)
Bill Cosby Predicts Bright Future for His TV Tot Raven-Symone
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Raven-Symone, Bill Cosby; 1937-.
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)
TV Discovers that Black Shows Bring in Big Buck$.
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Blacks and television, Television programs (Black programs)

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