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Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Holds Annual Conference in Chicago
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, National Rainbow\PUSH Coalition
Why Do Men and Women Stay in Bad Relationships?
17
Women and men
Black Man Gets New Kidney in Minnesota Donated by His Ex-college Roommate who is White
19
Brad Higar, Kevin Harris, Donation of organs, tissues, etc, Kidneys (Transplantation)
Judge Joe Brown
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Joe Brown (American judge.), Judge Joe Brown (Television program) (Reviews), Television programs (Courtroom programs)
Black Adults Among Increased Internet Users
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Blacks (Internet use)
Parents of Nicole Simpson Seek Custody of O.J.'s Children in Court; Kids Request to Stay with Him
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O. J. Simpson; 1947- (Custody case)
Brooklyn Community Enraged by Police who Shot and Wounded Teen who Had a Water Pistol
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Michael Lane Jones, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Police shootings, Race relations)
Charles Diggs, Ex-U.S. Congressman, Dies
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Charles Diggs (American congressman.); 1922-1998
Baseball Star Eric Davis' Heroic Battle with Cancer an Inspiration on and Off the Field
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Eric Davis (American baseball player.), Baltimore Orioles (Baseball team), Colorectal cancer, Baseball players (Health and hygiene)
Ordinary Activities Can Provide Creative and Effective Forms of Exercise, Expert Says
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Exercise

Higher Education in the South Still Segregated
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Colleges and universities (Southern States, Segregation), State colleges and universities
Mother of Girl, 7, Slain in Nevada Casino Fights to Jail Man who Allegedly Failed to Rescue Girl
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David Cash, Yolanda Manuel, Sherrice Iverson, Jeremy Strohmeyer, Primadonna Resorts Inc, Murder, Crime prevention (Citizen participation), Child molesting, Primm (Nev.) (Crime)
Atty. General Janet Reno Orders Limited Review of Dr. Martin Luther King Assassination
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Janet Reno (American Attorney general.); 1938-, James Earl Ray (American assassin of Martin Luther King, Jr.); 1928-1998, Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Assassination), United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division

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