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D.C. Mayor Marion Barry Denies Cocaine Usage
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Marion Barry; 1936-., Cocaine, Politicians (Drug use), Washington (D.C.) (Politics and government)
Johnny Carson to Face Queries on Son's Support
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Johnny Carson (American television talk show host.); 1925-2005, Christopher Carson (son of Johnny Carson.), Support (Domestic relations), Children of interracial parents
Linda Johnson Rice Gets MBA, Named President of Johnson Publishing Co
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Linda Johnson Rice, Johnson Publishing Company, Inc
Pindling Reelected as Bahamian Prime Minister
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Lynden Oscar Pindling (Sir.), Elections (Bahamas)
Critics: Mecham's Offer to Honor Martin Luther King is Unacceptable
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Evan Mecham (American governor.), Martin Luther King Day, Arizona (Race relations)
Bill Johnson Hired as Detroit News Editorialist
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Bill Johnson (American journalist.), Detroit news
First 3 Blacks Elected to British Parliament
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Great Britain Parliament House of Commons, Blacks (Great Britain), Elections (Great Britain)
Recipe of the Week
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Barbecue sauces, Cooking (Beer)
Lotto Winner Keeps Cool After Winning $4 Million
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Robert Bell, Lottery winners
Burglary Adds to Losses for Boston Star Parish
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Robert Parish; 1953-.

Nephew of S. African Envoy Weds 'colored'.
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Apartheid, Interracial marriage, Marriage law (South Africa)
Tenn. Reps Urge Their Gov. to Hire More Blacks
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Blacks (Tennessee, Employment), Affirmative action in employment, Tennessee (Employees)
Baseball Exec Defended After 'blackface' Remark
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Baseball, Professional (Organization and administration), Discrimination in sports
Deathbed Confession Frees Del. Black After 12 Years
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Wayman E. Cammile (Jr.), Miscarriage of justice, Criminal justice, Administration of (Delaware)
Diplomat Wins $150,000 for Job Discrimination
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Charles A. Sadler, United States Agency for International Development, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Schools Can Not Require Religious and Scientific Evolution Teachings: Court
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Evolution (Study and teaching, Louisiana), Creationism (Study and teaching, Louisiana)
Goetz Verdict Will Endanger Young Black Males, Leaders Say
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Bernhard Goetz, Black young men (Crimes against)
Bond Criticizes Media on Personal Life Prying
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Julian Bond; 1940-., Drug abuse (Press coverage)
Daily News Makes $3.1 Mil. Settlement in Job Bias Case
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Daily news (New York, N.Y.), Black journalists, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Young Clear in Drug Probe, Fellow Democrats Cheer; Ponders Bid for Governor
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Julian Bond; 1940-., Andrew Young; 1932-., Cocaine, Politicians (Drug use), Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Carl Stokes Considering Comeback in Cleveland
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Carl Stokes (American mayor, judge and newscaster.); 1927-1996, Cleveland (Ohio) (Politics and government)
Coca-Cola USA Awards Seven Scholarships in Black History Sweepstakes
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Coca-Cola Company, Blacks (Scholarships), Black History Month
Record $3.8 Million Awarded S.C. Black in Liability Case
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Barber-Colman Co, Textile machinery industry (Suits and claims)
Women Warned of Dangers of Fat Recycling Technique
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Liposuction
Indiana Senator Lugar Hosts Fitness Festival
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Richard G. Lugar, Children (Physical fitness), Indianapolis (Ind.) (Festivals)
Black Boston TV Anchor Goes Public on Pregnancy
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Liz Walker, Black women in the television broadcasting industry
Lakers Show Gratitude, $5 Mil. Pact for Kareem
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; 1947-.
Ex-Dodger Thomas Named to Manage 'Class A' Team
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Derrel Thomas
Phils Boss Ignored Blacks when Hiring New Manager
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Black baseball managers, Discrimination in sports
Drug Scandal Witness Dies, Phoenix Case Loses Steam
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Johnny High; d. 1987, Phoenix Suns (Basketball team), Basketball players (Drug use)
Baseball Missing Black Fans for Many Reasons
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Black baseball fans, Discrimination in sports
Spinks Says Victory Tells Little Guys to Stand Tall
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Michael Spinks (American boxer.), Gerry Cooney (American boxer.), Boxing
Cowboys Cleaning House, Toss Collier on Waivers
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Reggie Collier
Driesell Denies Saying Cocaine Helps Athletes
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Lefty Driesell, Cocaine, Basketball players (Drug use)
Black Women Recipients of Candace Awards in N.Y.
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Candace Awards
Fitzgerald, Bearden Get President's Medal of Arts
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Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.), Romare Bearden (American artist.); 1914-1988, National Medal of Arts
Simone Stephens is 1st Black 'Miss California'.
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Simone Stephens, Miss America Pageant
Siblings Without Rivalry
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Siblings, Black celebrities' families
Whitney Houston: Can Her New Album and New Tour Top the First?
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Whitney Houston
Eartha Kitt's Daughter Weds Attorney in N.Y.
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Kitt McDonald
Pendergrass Marries in Ceremony at His Home
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Teddy Pendergrass (American soul singer.)
Black Stars Gather to Pay Dues to Blues on Cinemax
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Cable television (Blues music)

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