Jet

Front Cover
The weekly source of African American political and entertainment news.
  

Browse all issues

Contents

Marshall's Retirement Jolts Black America
4
Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, United States Supreme Court
Tempers Flare as Bush 'cools' on Civil Rights and Sanctions Issues
10
Congressional Black Caucus, Civil Rights Act of 1991, Sanctions (International law), Apartheid, United States (Commerce, South Africa), South Africa (Commerce, United States)
'PUSH is Not Dead,' Says New President
12
Henry M. Williamson, Operation PUSH
Muhammad Ali's Book Reveals Shocking Truth about Disease that is Crippling Him
16
Muhammad Ali; 1942-., Parkinson's disease
White Man Marks 10th Anniversary of Fund to Send Needy Students to College
22
Eugene M. Lang; 1919-., I Have a Dream Foundation
Supreme Court Rules that Voting Rights Law Covers the Election of Judges
33
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Voting Rights Act of 1965, Judges (Election)
Louis Gossett, Debbie Allen Among Celebs to be Honored on Hollywood Walk of Fame
34
Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Mary Wells Battles Recurrence of Cancer
35
Mary Wells; 1943-1992, Throat (Cancer)
NBA Draft Produces Few Surprises, Even Fewer Draft Deals
46
Basketball, Professional (Draft)
Tim Reid Tennis Tourney Benefits Norfolk State
47
Tim Reid (American actor.), Norfolk State University, Tennis (Benefit matches), Black celebrities (Sports)

Black Astronaut's African Roots Bring Him Acclaim in Republic of Madagascar
26
Frederick Drew Gregory (American astronaut and NASA official.), Blacks (History, Madagascar)
John Dotson Named to Pulitzer Prize Board
28
John L. Dotson (Jr., American newspaper publisher.), Pulitzer prizes
Black Newspapers Face New Challenges: NNPA.
28
National Newspaper Publishers Association
Lyke Installed as Atlanta Archbishop
30
James P. Lyke, Bishops (Appointment, call, and election), Catholic Church (Blacks), Atlanta (Ga.) (Religion)
A Black Muslim Gives the Invocation at U.S. House for Historic First Time
30
Siraj Wahhaj, United States Congress House, Black Muslims
Bobby Brown Purchases Atlanta Recording Studio
31
Bobby Brown, Bosstown Recording (Firm), Blacks in the recording industry
William Celester Sworn in as Newark Police Director
32
William R. Celester, Black police chiefs, Newark (N.J.) (Police)
Suit Settled for Mom who Lost Five Children in Fire
32
Cheryl Robinson, Apartment houses (Fires and fire prevention), Madison (Wis.) (Fires)
Michael Jordan Tops All Athletes with $11 Million in Product Endorsement
48
Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Athletes as advertising spokesmen
Teen Ump Ejects Coach who Returns Shooting at Him
50
Curtis Fair, Roderick Fisher, Little League baseball (Umpiring, Ethical aspects), East Saint Louis (Ill.) (Crime)
Jury Convicts White Ga. Man in Mail-bombing Deaths
52
Walter Leroy Moody, Mail bombs, Southern States (Race relations)
Cosby to Star in TV Game Show After His Show's Final Season
55
Bill Cosby; 1937-., Television programs (Game shows)
You Bet Your Life
55
You bet your life (Television program) (Reviews)
Boyz N the Hood
56
John Singleton (American film director and screenwriter) (Reviews), Boyz n the hood (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Jon Lucien Enjoys Comeback Success with 'sweet Control'.
60
Jon Lucien (American singer.)

Common terms and phrases