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Jackson Poised, Skillful at Presidential Debate
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Presidential debates (1984)
King's Birthday Salute Includes Tribute to His Aide who is Now Mayor
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Andrew Young; 1932-., Martin Luther King Day
Enolia McMillan Elected New President of NAACP.
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Enolia McMillan (American civil rights activist.), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
HUD Secy. Vows to Spend Ad Dollars in Black Media
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United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (Appropriations and expenditures), Black press, Government publicity
Sect Leader, Members Freed in Beating Death of Boy, 12
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House of Judah, Child abuse, Trials (Michigan)
New Black-owned Hotel Competing for Business in Downtown Memphis
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Blacks in hotel management, Memphis (Tenn.) (Hotels, motels, etc)
NFL's Walter Payton Weighs $6 Million Offer from USFL.
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Walter Payton; 1954-1999
Ex-Olympians Reveal Snub from U.S. Games' Officials
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Olympic athletes, Black athletes, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Carl Lewis Chosen AP's Male Athlete of the Year
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Carl Lewis (American sprinter and long jumper.); 1961-, Track and field athletics
Despite Coaching Change, Campbell Still Seeks Trade
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Earl Campbell; 1955-.

Atlantic City Blacks Lose in Big Gamble to Make New Casinos Revitalize City
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Blacks (Housing), Atlantic City (N.J.) (Casinos, Blacks)
White Flight Leaves Ark. Schools with Black Students
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Public schools (Desegregation), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education)
Teachers' Union President Says Bell's Report Might Lead to Educational Cuts
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National Education Association of the United States, Education (Evaluation), Public schools
Black Takes Office in Birthplace of the Klan
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Mitchell Birdsong (Jr.), Pulaski (Tenn.)
See Opening for Brooke with Sen. Tsongas Farewell
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Paul Tsongas (American senator.), Edward Brooke (American senator.); 1919-, Senators (Retirement), Massachusetts (Politics and government)
N.C. State Rep. Spaulding to Vie for U.S. House Seat
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Kenneth B. Spaulding, North Carolina (Politics and government)
Broadwater Does Sentence for Food Stamp Violations
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Tommie Broadwater (Jr.), Political corruption (Maryland), Food stamp plan (Ethical aspects)
Jesse Jackson Honored at Gala Chicago Homecoming; Poll Names Jackson One of 10 Most Admired in U.S.
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Jim Brown Scouts for Business in Grenada
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Jim Brown (American football player and actor.); 1936-, Investments, American (Grenada), Black business enterprises (Grenada)
Pitcher Jenkins Working Toward Better Year Now
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Ferguson Jenkins; 1943-.
Joe Frazier Still Can't Forgive Ali After 13 Years
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Joe Frazier; 1944-., Muhammad Ali; 1942-., Boxing (History)
David Thompson in Limbo as Talks with Sonics Fail
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David Thompson, Seattle SuperSonics (Basketball team), Cocaine, Basketball players (Drug use)
Hall of Fame Doors Closed to Black Baseball Heroes
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National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Black baseball players
Stars Shine on TV to Raise Funds for King Center in Atlanta
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King Center (Atlanta, Ga.)
Celebration of Life: a Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
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Celebration of life: a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Television program) (Reviews)
The Many Faces of Lou Gossett
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Louis Gossett (Jr.)
Singer Michael Jackson Sweeps American Music Awards, Wins Eight Honors
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, American Music Awards

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