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NAACP Convenes 88th Convention in Pittsburgh
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Myrlie Evers-Williams, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Job Discrimination Hearings Set for Capitol Hill
9
Black government employees, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Are Integrated Schools Still Needed?
12
Public schools (Desegregation), Blacks (Education)
First Black Marine Officer Frederick C. Branch Has Base Building Named in His Honor
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Frederick C. Branch (American Marine corps officer.); 1922-2005, United States Marine Corps (Blacks), Military training camps (United States)
Former Student Wins $375,000 in Omega Psi Phi Hazing Suit
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Joseph J. Snell, University of Maryland, College Park, College fraternities, Hazing
Dawson to Head Howard University Bunche Center
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Horace G. Dawson, Ralph J. Bunche Center for International Affairs
Rev. Henry Lyons to Continue as President of National Baptist Convention USA Amidst Allegations
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Deborah L. Lyons (wife of Henry Lyons and accused arsonist.), Bernice Edwards (American publicist convicted of tax fraud.), Henry Lyons (American clergyman.); 1942-, National Baptist Convention of the United States of America, Adultery, Arson, Black clergy (Sexual behavior)
Daughter of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Recalls Moments with Dying Mother in Hospital
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Betty Shabazz (American civil rights activist and wife of Malcolm X.), Ilyasah Shabazz (daughter of American civil rights leader Malcolm X.), Malcolm Shabazz (grandson of American civil rights activists Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz.), Arson, Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Yonkers (N.Y.) (Crime)
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Kevin Reynolds (Reviews), 187 (Motion picture) (Reviews)
National Association of Black Journalists Makes History in Chicago
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National Association of Black Journalists

Marie V. McDemmond Takes Post as First Woman Prexy at Norfolk State
23
Marie V. McDemmond (American college president.), Norfolk State University
Money from Jackie Robinson Coins Meant to Educate Poor Youths is Diverted to Botanic Gardens
24
Jackie Robinson; 1919-1972, Jackie Robinson Foundation, United States Botanic Garden, Commemorative coins, Blacks (Scholarships)
Obituary
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Robert Clifton Weaver (American Secretary of housing and urban development and educator.); 1907-1997
The Hottest New Black Singers
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Black singers

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