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Leland Heads New Panel to Examine Hunger in the U.S.
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Mickey Leland (American congressman.); 1944-1989, United States Congress House Select Committee on Hunger
Campaigning for Jackson is a Family Affair
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Appeals Court Approves Black Judge to Hear Ala. School Desegregation Case
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U. W. Clemon (American judge.), Colleges and universities (Alabama, Desegregation)
Miami Policeman Acquitted of Killing Black, Target of Civil Rights Inquiry
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Luis Alvarez, Police shootings, Trials (Florida), Miami (Fla.) (Police, Riots)
Fauntroy Cautions Haitian Human Rights Violations Will Lead to Halt in Aid
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Walter E. Fauntroy; 1933-., Human rights (Haiti), Economic assistance, American (Haiti)

Obituary
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Clarence Mitchell (Jr., American diplomat and civil rights leader.)
Thomas, Pendleton Face Ire of Congressmen Over Shift in Civil Rights Policies
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Clarence M. Pendleton (Jr.), Clarence Thomas, United States Commission on Civil Rights, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Woman Wins Suit Against Church that Denounced Her for Having Sex
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Marian Guinn, Sexual behavior (Religious aspects, Churches of Christ), Churches of Christ (United States), Collinsville (Okla.) (Religion)
Black Students Score Higher on SAT: Report
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Scholastic Assessment Test, Black students
Eastman School of Music Scholarship Honors Late Conductor Leon Thompson
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Leon Thompson; 1928-1983, Eastman School of Music, Music (Scholarships and fellowships)
Minority Firm Inks a $ Multi-million Contract with Republic of China
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H. F. Henderson Industries, Inc, Investments, American (China), Tire industry (China)
D.C. Moves to Keep Movie Production Business There
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Motion picture industry (Washington (D.C.))
Atlantic City Ousts White Mayor, Then Elects a Black
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James L. Usry; 1922-2002, Michael J. Matthews, Atlantic City (N.J.) (Politics and government)
Clifford Alexander, First Black Army Secretary, is Saluted at the Pentagon
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Clifford Alexander; 1933-., United States Army (Blacks)
LaBelle Pitches Philly Infant Care Programs
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Patti LaBelle, Infants (Care and hygiene), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Child welfare)
Tate Injury Opens Door for Holmes-Coetzee Bout
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John Tate; d. 1998
Like Ruth and Aaron, Brown Versus Harris, Wilt Awaits Abdul-Jabbar
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Basketball records
Isiah Thomas' 10-year Pact Leaves Him Set for Life
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Isiah Thomas (American basketball player, executive and coach.); 1961-
Sampson May Join Kareem as Unanimous Rookie Pick
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Ralph Sampson
Tony Dungy Takes Lead Among Black Aides in NFL.
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Tony Dungy
Minorities Discuss Their Role in TV on Donahue
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Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
Thelonious Monk's Nephew Moves to Establish D.C. Museum in His Honor
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Thelonious Monk; 1917-1982
It's Raining Men Video a Hit for Weathergirls
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Weathergirls (Musical group)
Redd Foxx: Auntie Eleanor Film Tells how President's Wife Proved Blacks Could Fly U.S. Planes
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Redd Foxx (American comedian.), Eleanor Roosevelt (wife of American president Franklin D. Roosevelt and diplomat.); 1884-1962, World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations), Tuskegee Airmen
Let the Music Play a Dream Come True for Ex-bookkeeper Shannon
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Shannon

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