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Fear of Crime Changing Youths' Lifestyles: Poll
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Youth (Attitudes, Crimes against)
Retired Judge Higginbotham Addresses Senate Committee on the Need for Affirmative Action
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A. Leon Higginbotham, United States Congress Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Affirmative action
Sen. Bradley Makes Strong Stand on Affirmative Action and Supports President Clinton's Views
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Bill Bradley, Bill Clinton; 1946-., Affirmative action, United States (Race relations)
Ex-Pentagon Employee Wins Million Dollar Jackpot in Nevada
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Lewis C. Thompson, Gambling machines
Football Star Reggie White's Church Set on Fire; Racism Possible Motive White Reveals
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Reggie White (American football player and clergyman.); 1961-2004, Black church burnings, Arson, Knoxville (Tenn.) (Churches (Buildings), Race relations)
Cargo Plane Crashes Into Zaire Market Killing 250
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Aviation (Accidents), Kinshasa (Congo: Democratic Republic) (Markets)
Robert Townsend Gives Positive View of Black Family Life on The Parent 'hood'.
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Robert Townsend (American actor and motion picture director.), Parent 'hood (Television program) (Reviews), Black family in television
Willie Brown Sworn in as First Black Mayor of San Francisco
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Willie Lewis Brown (Jr.), San Francisco (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Scott King, First White Mayor of Gary, IN, in 28 Years, is Sworn in
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Scott King, Gary (Ind.) (Politics and government)
Two Whites Jailed, Ordered to Pay $30,000 for Vandalizing Black Churches in Alabama
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Albert Winston Short, Michael Soliday, Vandalism, Black churches, Sumter County (Ala.) (Race relations, Churches (Buildings))

Media Group Lauds Some Black Shows as 'family Friendly'.
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Media Research Center, Television programs (Black programs)
Fellow Officers, Family, Friends Mourn Slain Female Philadelphia Police Officer
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Lauretha Vaird, Black policewomen, Murder, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Police)
Maryland Honors Native Son Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall with Statue in Capital
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Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice); 1908-1993 (Statues), Annapolis (Md.) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Can High School Basketball Stars Succeed in the NBA?
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Black basketball players, Black athletes (Education)
Adrienne Brown Mourned, After Mysterious Death Following Liposuction Surgery
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Adrienne Lois Brown (wife of James Brown.), James Brown (American singer.), Funeral rites and ceremonies
Obituary
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Broadus N. Butler; 1920-1996

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