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Saundra B. Armstrong Eyed for Top Post at Consumer Product Agency
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Saundra Brown Armstrong, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Commercial products (Safety measures)
Violence in U.S. Poses a Major Health Problem
5
Violence, Public health
Protests Against S. Africa Spreading to Major Cities; 19 Black Leaders Arrested
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Apartheid, Civil rights demonstrations, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Marines Reserve General Says Armed Forces Made Strides in Race Harmony
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United States (Armed Forces, Race relations)
Activist Dick Gregory Leading Delegation to Fight African Hunger
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Dick Gregory; 1932-., Black American Response to the African Crisis (Organization)
Americans Disapprove of Most Civil Lawsuits
29
Actions and defenses
Maryland Trooper Files Complaint in Car Probe
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State police (Maryland), Black police, Maryland (Race relations)
Lenell Geter Plans Fund to Help Prison Inmates
30
Lenell Geter, Miscarriage of justice
FBI Investigates Killing of Lady by N.Y. Police During Eviction Attempt
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Eleanor Bumpurs, Police shootings, Bronx (New York, N.Y.) (Police)
Alton Coleman and Friend Charged with Ohio Murders
31
Alton Coleman, Serial murders

Coleman Young Starts Crime Fight in Detroit
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Coleman Young; 1918-1997, Detroit (Mich.) (Crime)
Obituary
12
Joseph C. McLaughlin
National Business League Settles 4-year Dispute with Feds; Teele Prexy
14
National Business League, Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
GOPer LeGree Daniels Holds Reins of Party's Blacks After Election
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Legree Daniels (American government official.), Republican Party (U.S.), Black women (Political activities)
Marshall, Tex., NAACP Settle Election Suit
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Marshall (Tex.) (Politics and government)
Jackson May Run Again in 1988 Presidential Race
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Black Students Study More Than White Ones
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Study, Black students
Six Black Colleges Form New Computer Network
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Black colleges and universities (Cooperation), Education (Computer use)
Philly Schools Progress on Desegregation Plan
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Public schools (Desegregation), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Education)
New Beauty Aids Group Starts Awareness Campaign
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American Health and Beauty Aids Institute, Personal care products industry (Advertising)
AME Bishop Adams Cites Churches' $5 Billion Plan for Black Economic Aid
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Black churches, Blacks (Economic conditions), Church and social problems
Lutheran Church Gets First Black Bishop
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Will Herzfeld, Association of Evangelical Lutheran Churches
Blacks Segregated Even when Living in Suburbs
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Suburbs, Blacks (Housing)
Labor, Religious Groups Try to Ban Anti-bias Rule
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Discrimination in employment, New York (N.Y.) (Politics and government)
18-hour Surgery Separates Siamese Twins in Galveston
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Conjoined twins
U.S. Probe Reveals Major Child Pornography Trade
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Child pornography
Rev. Clements' Adoption Program Gets Federal Aid
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George Clements (American priest and child benefactor.); 1932-, Catholic Church (Black clergy), Adoption and adopted children
Obituary
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Ricky Bell; 1955-1984
Nehemiah, Gault Receive Help for Return to Track
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Renaldo Nehemiah (American football player.); 1959-, Willie Gault (American sprinter and football player.), Amateurism (Sports), Track and field athletics
Jordan's Celebrity Status Good for Chicago Bulls
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-
Champs Hagler, Hearns Set for April Showdown
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Boxing
Success, Satisfaction May Keep L.A.'s Kareem Playing
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; 1947-.
Loss Dulls Joiner's Joy for Pass Catching Record
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Charlie Joiner; 1947-., Football records
Most Eye Surgery Can be Done Outside Hospital: MD.
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Eye (Surgery)
New Synthetic Drug Seems to Curb Premenstrual Woes
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Premenstrual syndrome (Therapy)
Count Basie's Jewelry Sold at N.Y. Auction
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Count Basie (American jazz pianist and band leader); 1904-1984 (Collectibles), Auctions (New York (State))
Gary Coleman Gets New Life After Surgery
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Gary Coleman (American actor.), Kidneys (Transplantation)

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