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Blacks Show Strong Support for Gore at Democratic Convention in L.A.
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Democratic national conventions (2000), Blacks (Political activities)
Ruby Bridges, Whose Integration of New Orleans School was Captured in Famed Rockwell Painting, Named Honorary U.S. Marshal
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Ruby Bridges (American school desegregation pioneer.), Public schools (Desegregation), New Orleans (La.) (Education, History)
Memphis Dedicates Al Green Road Honoring the Famed Singer and Local Church Pastor
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Al Green (American gospel singer and clergyman.); 1946-
Drinking Enough Water is a Top Priority for Good Health
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Water in the body
Desmond Tutu Returns to South Africa After Two-year Stay in U.S.
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Desmond Tutu (South African archbishop.)
Legendary Singer Jackie Wilson Honored in Musical Tribute in Chicago
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Jackie Wilson (American rhythm and blues singer.)
Preparing Your Child for a Successful First Day Back in School
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School children (Adjustment)
Ex-Pacers Guard Mark Jackson Signs Four-year, $14 Million Deal with Toronto Raptors
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Mark Jackson, Toronto Raptors (Basketball team), Basketball players (Salaries)
Marcia Fletcher, 1st Black Named a Head Coach at Clemson U.
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Marcia Fletcher, Clemson University (Track and field athletics)
Tiger Woods Defends His PGA Championship Title Winning Third Straight Major of the Year
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Tiger Woods; 1975-., PGA Championship (Golf tournament)

Carl Rowan Settles His Suit Against Chicago Sun-Times Newspaper
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Carl Thomas Rowan; 1925-2000, Chicago sun-times (Newspaper) (Suits and claims)
Some Parents Upset to Learn O.J.'s Kids are Attending Exclusive Florida Prep School
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O. J. Simpson; 1947-., Miami (Fla.) (Education)
Destiny's Child Talks about the Growing Pains of Fame in September Ebony
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Destiny's Child (Musical group), Ebony (Periodical)
Rainbow/PUSH Plans Its Own Probe of Teen's Hanging Death in Mississippi: Jackson
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Raynard Johnson (high school student); d. 2000 (Death and burial), Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, United States Dept. of Justice
Disney Co. Ordered to Pay $240 Million for Taking Sports Complex Idea
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Walt Disney Company, All Pro Sports Camps Inc
'Puffy' Combs and Jennifer Lopez
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Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor.), Jennifer Lopez (American actress and singer.)

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