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Library of Congress Scraps Slave Exhibit After Blacks' Protests
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Library of Congress, Libraries and blacks, Slavery (Exhibitions)
Jesse Jackson Jr. Cites Goals as Newest Member of Congress
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Jesse L. Jackson (Jr.), United States Congress House
First Black Aide in Treasury Enforcement Ranks Resigns Post
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Ronald K. Noble, United States Dept. of the Treasury, Black public officers (Resignation)
Willie Brown Wins Big and is Elected First Black Mayor of San Francisco
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Willie Lewis Brown (Jr.), San Francisco (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Floyd Adams Jr. Elected First Black Mayor of Savannah, GA.
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Floyd Adams (American mayor.), Savannah (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Colin Powell Says He Would Not Accept Dole's Invitation to be Republican Running Mate
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Robert J. Dole; 1923-., Colin L. Powell; 1937-., Republican Party (U.S.), Vice-presidential candidates (1996)
Michael Jackson Recovering in France
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
Black Man in Texas Accidentally Kills Stepdaughter He Thought was a Burglar
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Sam Walker, Sheree Walker; d. 1995, Firearms (Accidents)
Rep. Walter Tucker III Convicted of Extortion and Tax Evasion
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Walter Tucker; 1957-., Trials (California), Trials (Extortion), Tax evasion, Compton (Calif.) (Political corruption)
African Development Foundation Selects Nate Fields as V.P.
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Nate Fields, African Development Foundation

Florida Woman Gives Birth to Two Triplets 23 Days After Delivering the First One
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Delvonda Boldin, Triplets
Obituary
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Darren Robinson; d. 1995
Drug Czar Lee Brown Resigns Post to Become Sociology Professor at Rice University in Houston
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Lee Patrick Brown; 1937-., United States Office of National Drug Control Policy
Bo Jackson Graduates from Auburn University
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Bo Jackson; 1962-., Auburn University
Tyson Topples Mathis in 3; Eyes WBC Champion Bruno
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Mike Tyson; 1966-., Buster Mathis (Jr.), Boxing
Interracial Couple Wants Son Classified as White
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Alyson Kelly, Errol Kelly, Children of interracial parents, Greenwich (London, England) (Race relations)
James Earl Jones, Richard Harris Star in South Africa's 'Cry, the Beloved Country'.
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James Earl Jones (American actor.), Darrell Roodt (South African film director) (Reviews), Cry, the beloved country (Motion picture) (Reviews), Apartheid in motion pictures
Lou Rawls Hosts 16th Annual 'parade of Stars' Benefitting The College Fund/UNCF.
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Lou Rawls (American singer.), United Negro College Fund, Telethons

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