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How Blacks Fared in Recent Elections
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Black public officers, Elections, Blacks (Political activities), Black congressmen
Carol Moseley-Braun Says She Won't Run for Office Again
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Carol Moseley-Braun; 1947-., Illinois (Politics and government)
President Names Little Rock's Central High a National Historic Site at White House Ceremony
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Public schools (Desegregation), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education, History, Historic houses, sites, etc)
Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Fats Domino Among Winners of National Arts and Humanities Awards
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Henry Louis Gates (American professor of African-American studies.), Fats Domino (American singer and pianist.); 1928-, National Medal of Arts, National Humanities Medal
Jumping Rope Serves as a Great All-around Workout
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Rope jumping
States' Laws for Felons Prevent 1.4 Million Black Men from Voting in the U.S.: Report
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Black suffrage, Black ex-convicts (Civil rights)
Ex-NBA Star and Senator Bill Bradley Shares how Baskeball Helps Foster Racial Unity in His New Book 'Values of the Game'.
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Bill Bradley, Basketball, Professional (Ethical aspects), United States (Race relations)
Al Joyner Says Life's Not Getting Any Easier Without His Wife Flo Jo
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Al Joyner (heptathlete.), Florence Griffith Joyner (American sprinter.); 1959-1998
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Volunteers as High School Basketball Coach on Indian Reservation in Arizona
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (American basketball player.); 1947-, Native Americans (Sports), Native American youth, Basketball, High school, White Mountain Apache Reservation (Ariz.)
White Virginia Man Found Guilty of Burning and Beheading Black Man
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Garnett Paul Johnson, Emmett Cressell, Trials (Murder), Trials (Virginia), Elk Creek (Va.) (Crime)

Many Students Now Laying Groundwork for Careers in Corporate America with High School Business Courses
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Academy of Finance (Program), Business education
Tatyana Ali Attends Harvard University; Enjoys Flourishing Music Career
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Tatyana Ali
MIT Senior Issued Patent for 'smart Shoe'.
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Ronald Demon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Shoes (Patents)
Temptations on Cloud Nine with Hit Album, Top TV Miniseries and New Fan Base
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Temptations (Musical group)
Thomasina Rogers Named to Federal Job Safety, Health Tribunal
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Thomasina Rogers (American lawyer and regulatory official.), United States Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
Larry Ellis, Coach for the 1984 U.S. Olympic Men's Track Team, Succumbs at 70
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Larry Ellis; 1928-1998
Living Out Loud
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Richard LaGravenese (American screenwriter) (Reviews), Living out loud (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Will Smith Runs for His Life in Action Thriller 'enemy of the State'.
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Will Smith (American rapper and actor.), Tony Scott (British film director) (Reviews), Enemy of the state (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Dionne Warwick Re-visits Her Pop Classics on New Album, 'Dionne Sings Dionne'.
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Dionne Warwick

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