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Jackson Wins D.C., Says He's in Striking Distance of Dukakis
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Edward Dennis Jr. Tabbed for Top Justice Dept. Post
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Edward S. G. Dennis (Jr.), United States Dept. of Justice
Black Family Reunion Push Expands to Five Cities
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National Council of Negro Women, Black family reunions
1st Black Archbishop Marino to Help Those on 'fringes'.
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Eugene A. Marino (American archbishop.); 1934-2000, Catholic Church (Blacks), Atlanta (Ga.) (Religion)
Detroit NAACP Raises Record $1 Million at Freedom Dinner
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Fund raising
Johnson Products President Hit with Divorce Petition After 37-year Marriage
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George E. Johnson (American cosmetics industry executive.), Joan B. Johnson (cosmetics executive.), Johnson Products Company, Inc, Divorce
Man, 29, is Found Guilty in Murders of 7 Philly Women
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Harrison Graham, Trials (Murder), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Celtic Coach K. C. Jones to Retire After Playoffs
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K. C. Jones, Boston Celtics (Basketball team)
Baseball Star Dave Winfield Says a Week in Rio with Ex-lover Now Haunts Him
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Sandra Renfro, Dave Winfield; 1951-., Common law marriage
Win Trip to Tyson-Spinks Bout in Atlantic City in 'Great Duke Out' Contest
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Prize contests, Boxing (Economic aspects), Business and sports

Baltimore Mayor Schmoke Proposes Legalizing Drugs
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Kurt Schmoke; 1949-., Legalization of narcotics
Tutu Gets Schweitzer Honor and Exhorts Apartheid Fight
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Desmond Tutu (South African archbishop.), Albert Schweitzer Award, Church and race relations (South Africa)
Dellums' Son, Erik, Picks Performing Over Politics
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Erik Dellums
Cher Denies Criticism of Murphy's Speech at Oscars; Sues National Enquirer
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Cher (American singer and actress.); 1946-, Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Academy Awards, Blacks in motion pictures
Dance Theater of Harlem is First to Tour U.S.S.R. Under New Exchange Program
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Dance Theatre of Harlem, United States (Cultural relations, Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Cultural relations, United States)
Roger E. Mosley Prepares for Life After 'Magnum |.'
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Roger E. Mosley; 1943-.

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