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Clarence Thomas Says: 'I'm No Uncle Tom'.
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Clarence Thomas (American Supreme Court justice.), United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Blacks (Civil rights)
War on Poverty Launched in Tri-state Dixie Delta
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Delta Economic Energy District
Lyons Granted Power to Lead National Baptists
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Henry Lyons (American clergyman.); 1942-, National Baptist Convention of the United States of America
Killing of Teen by Police in Kentucky Angers Blacks
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Antonio Orlando Sullivan; d. 1994, Police shootings, Lexington (Ky.) (Race relations, Police)
Chavis Settles Suit with NAACP for Sake of Family; Accepted Much Less Than what He Had Asked
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Benjamin F. Chavis (American clergyman and civil rights leader.); 1948-, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Jelly's Last Jam
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Jelly Roll Morton (Reviews)
Black Woman Prof. Among Four Named as the Year's Best
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Francine Essien, College teachers (Awards)
Keenen Ivory Wayans Stars with Jada Pinkett and Salli Richardson in New Action/comedy 'A Low Down Dirty Shame'.
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Keenen Ivory Wayans
A Low Down Dirty Shame
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Keenen Ivory Wayans (Reviews), Low down dirty Shame (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Thomas Wins Second Straight American League MVP Honor
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Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox (Baseball team), Baseball, Professional (Awards)

Beverly Harvard, Atlanta's New Police Chief, 1st Black Woman to Lead Big-city Force
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Beverly Joyce Harvard (American police chief.), Women police chiefs, Atlanta (Ga.) (Police)
Mother of Six Awarded Promotion and $150,000 After 22-year Battle for Job
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Joyce Bennett, Federal Reserve System (U.S.), Black government employees (Promotion), Black women (Employment)
Recipe of the Week: Easy Nutty Bread
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Bread
Maurice Hines and Freda Payne are Starring in National Touring Company of 'Jelly's Last Jam'.
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Maurice Hines (American dancer and choreographer.), Freda Payne (American singer.); 1945-
Woods Wins College Tournament at Former Whites-only Course
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Tiger Woods; 1975-., Golf courses (Alabama), Golf, College (Tournaments), Discrimination in sports
Blacks Winning Six Campus Queen Titles at White University Stirs Controversy
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Homecoming (Student activity), Colleges and universities (Race relations), Black women college students
Peg Leg Bates Still Dancing and Going Strong at 87
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Peg Leg Bates; 1907-1998
Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols Talks about Interracial Affair, Duke Ellington, Martin Luther King in New Book 'Beyond Uhura'.
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Nichelle Nichols (American actress, dancer and singer.); 1932-

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