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Stevie Wonder, Judith Jamison Among 1999 Kennedy Center Honorees
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Judith Jamison (American dancer, director and choreographer.), Kennedy Center Honors
Site is Approved for Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, National Capital Planning Commission (Washington, D.C.), Washington (D.C.) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Vernon Jordan Heads to Wall Street Banking Firm
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Vernon Jordan (American civil rights leader and lawyer.); 1935-, Lazard Freres & Co
Stevie Wonder Checks New Eye Surgery to Restore Sight
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Blindness, Eye (Surgery)
Puff Daddy Leases Out His Beverly Hills Home
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Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor.)
'Toy Story 2' Producer Wants Youth to Consider Behind-the-scenes Film Careers
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Karen Robert Jackson
HUD Files Charge Against New York Landlords for Discrimination Against Biracial Boy
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United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Landlord and tenant, Discrimination in housing, New York (N.Y.) (Housing)
Former Cleveland TV Producer Wins Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
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Cheryl Dickson, WEWS (Television station: Cleveland, Ohio), Black women (Employment), Black women in the television broadcasting industry
Chicago's New Aviation Commissioner to Return City's O'Hare Airport to Status as World's Busiest
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Thomas R. Walker, O'Hare International Airport
Blacks Outpace Whites in Spending on Computer-based Products
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Black consumers, Computers (Purchasing)

Should Grandparents Have a Legal Right to See Their Grandchildren?
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United States Supreme Court, Visitation rights (Grandparents)
Healthful Habits Can Add Six to Nine Years to Your Life, Study Reveals
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Longevity, Health
World's Orphaned Children Among Those Remembered on World AIDS Day
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AIDS (Disease) and children, World AIDS Day, AIDS (Disease) (Statistics), Orphans and orphanages
Study Reveals Girls as Young as Six are Now Showing Signs of Maturity
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Race differences, Puberty, Young women (Health and hygiene)
Ashford and Simpson Celebrates 25 Years of Marriage with Gala in New York
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Nickolas Ashford (American singer and songwriter.); 1942-, Valerie Simpson (American singer and songwriter.); 1946-
Roma Downey Pays Della Reese Her 'highest Honor' by Naming Actress Her Daughter's Godmother
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Roma Downey, Della Reese; 1931-.
Ray Charles Says He's Glad to Get Wilberforce Honor While He's Alive
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Ray Charles, Wilberforce University, Degrees, Honorary
Puff Daddy Reveals what He Now Enjoys about Life in January Ebony
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Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor.), Ebony (Periodical)
Lakers' John Salley to Sell His Beverly Hills House for $3.6 Million
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John Salley (American basketball player.)
Woods Wins PGA Player of the Year Award
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Tiger Woods; 1975-., Golf (Awards)
Rockets' Hakeem Olajuwon Sidelined by Hernia Surgery
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Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets (Basketball team), Hernia (Surgery)
Ali, Jordan, Lewis and Brown Named Among Century's Greatest Athletes
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Muhammad Ali (American boxer.); 1942-, Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Carl Lewis (American sprinter and long jumper.); 1961-, Jim Brown (American football player and actor.); 1936-, Sports Illustrated's 20th Century Sports Awards
Lenny Kravitz Named Most Fashionable Male Artist at VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards
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Lenny Kravitz, VH1\Vogue Fashion Awards
Michael Jackson Talks about Fame, Plastic Surgery and 'Thriller'.
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
Michael Clarke Duncan Stars with Tom Hanks in Powerful Film 'The Green Mile'.
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Michael Clarke Duncan; 1957-.
Blacks Rule on TV Court Shows
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Joe Brown (American judge.), Mablean Ephriam (American lawyer and television program host.), Greg Mathis (American judge.); 1960-, Television programs (Courtroom programs), Blacks in television

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