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Caucus Queries White House about Clinton's Affirmative Action Policy
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Bill Clinton; 1946- (Relations with Congress), Congressional Black Caucus, Affirmative action
First Black to Serve as a State Legislature's Chief Sergeant-at-arms Retires; Honored in California
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Charles E. Bell, California Legislature (Employees)
O. J. Simpson Prosecutor Christopher Darden Blasts Judge Ito, Says Trial was 'waste of Time'.
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Christopher Darden, O. J. Simpson; 1947- (Murder case, 1994, Criminal trial)
Will School Uniforms Help Curb Student Violence?
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School uniforms, School violence
Dr. LaSalle Leffall Jr. Chair Established at Howard Univ. Med School; Dr. Clive Callender Named to the Chair
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LaSalle D. Leffall (Jr., American surgeon.), Clive O. Callender (American surgeon.); 1936-, Howard University College of Medicine, Black medical colleges (Gifts, contributions, etc)
James Earl Jones and Robert Duvall Star in Film 'A Family Thing'.
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James Earl Jones, Robert Duvall, Richard Pearce (Reviews), Family thing (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Green Sentenced to Life in Prison
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Daniel Andre Green, James Jordan; d. 1993, Trials (Murder), Sentences (Criminal procedure) (North Carolina), Life sentences (Criminal procedure)
Mike Tyson Demolishes Frank Bruno in 3 Rounds to Win WBC Crown
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Frank Bruno, Mike Tyson; 1966-., Boxing
Stars Come Out in Full Force to Watch Mike Tyson Brutalize Frank Bruno
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Mike Tyson; 1966-., Frank Bruno, Boxing, Celebrities (Sports)
Leonard S. Coleman Jr. Named Chairman of Jackie Robinson Foundation; Kenneth I. Chenault Receives Robie Award
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Leonard Coleman (American baseball executive.), Kenneth I. Chenault (American financial services executive.); 1951-, Jackie Robinson Foundation, Robie Awards

Sony Music Vice President LeBaron Taylor is Elected Black Caucus Foundation's New Chairman
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LeBaron Taylor; d. 2000, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
Seattle Mayor Norm Rice Announces His Run for Governor
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Norm Rice (American foundation offical and former mayor.); 1943-, Washington (State) (Politics and government)
Black Journalist Pays Tribute to White Mother in Novel 'The Color of Water'.
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James McBride (American novelist, memoirist and journalist.), Blacks (Race identity), Children of interracial parents
U.S. Senate Approves Plan to Honor Black Heroes of World War II.
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United States Congress Senate (Voting), United States Army (Blacks), World War, 1939-1945 (Blacks), Medal of Honor

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