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Jackson Gives Case for South Africa Sanctions at Conference in Paris
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Sanctions (International law), Apartheid
Dixon-spurred Bill Likely Spells End for Rights Panel
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United States Commission on Civil Rights
Supreme Court Upholds Ga. Law Making Sodomy Illicit
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Sodomy
Father Granted Custody of Brain-dead Mom's Fetus
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Derrick Poole, Marie Odette Henderson, Fetus (Legal status, laws, etc), Custody of children, Brain death
Top City Judge in LA Loses Post But She Stays on Bench
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Maxine F. Thomas, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Courts)
Melba Moore's Show Returns to Television for Summer
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Melba Moore (American singer and actress.)
Melba
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Melba (Television program) (Reviews)
Women who Love Their Jobs Also Likely to Love Sex
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Job satisfaction, Sexual behavior, Women (Employment)
Even Unwed Moms Thinking Twice Before Saying 'I Do'.
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Black single mothers
Macho Majority Still Says that Crying is for Sissies
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Crying, Masculinity (Psychology)

Charles Blames Parents for Youth Drug Abuse Today
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Ray Charles, Youth (Drug use)
Medgar Evers Homecoming Held in Fayette, Miss
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Medgar Wiley Evers; 1925-1963, Blacks (Civil rights, History), Fayette (Miss.) (Blacks)
Obituary
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Bill Johnson (American newspaper publisher.); d. 1986
Obituary
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Wendell Alexander Matthews; d. 1986
Calif. Woman's Hanging is Discovered to be Suicide
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Jacqueline Peters, Suicide, Hanging
Ms. Carpenter Sets Pace as Auburn's First Black Editor
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Siona Carpenter, Auburn University, College newspapers
Black Publishers' Confab Promotes Positive Press
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National Newspaper Publishers Association
Pregnant Teens Must Make Own Choices on Abortion
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Parent and child (Law), Teenage pregnancy, Abortion (Laws and regulations)
Black Sues Store Owner who Shot Him in Robbery
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Jesse L. Johnson, Robberies and assaults, Little Rock (Ark.) (Crime)
Ex-Okla. State Sen. Found Guilty of Drug Charges
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Bernard McIntyre, Cocaine, Politicians (Drug use)
Charges Dropped Against Man in Racial Shootings
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Cleveland (Ohio) (Race relations)
Thomas Watson Jr. Named a Business Conference Leader
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Thomas S. Watson (Jr., American accountant.), White House Conference on Small Business
Kenneth Gibson Looks with Pride at His Mayoral Term
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Kenneth A. Gibson; 1932-., Newark (N.J.) (Politics and government)
Utah Black Senator Now Seeks U.S. Senate Seat
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Terry Lee Williams; 1950-., Utah (Politics and government)
Black General Takes Command of Famous Marine Corps Base
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Frank E. Petersen, United States Marine Corps (Blacks), Military training camps (United States)
More Black Students Pass Florida College Skills Test
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Colleges and universities (Florida), Educational tests and measurements, Blacks (Education)
Seattle School Apologizes to Girl Wrestler it Nixed
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Sex discrimination in sports, Wrestling, High school (Women), Seattle (Wash.) (Education)
'Don't Make a Baby If . . .' Campaign Gets New Grant
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National Urban League, Black young men (Sexual behavior)
Nigerians Boost Shaw Univ.'s Financial Woes
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Shaw University, Foreign students (United States), Nigerians (Education, United States)
Gray Announces New Job Training Bill for Needy
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William H. Gray (III.), Unemployment (Relief measures), Labor laws and regulations
Some AIDS Victims Can be Fired, Justice Dept. Says
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United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, AIDS (Disease) and employment, Discrimination in employment
Working During Pregnancy is Safe for Babies: Study
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Pregnancy, Women (Employment)
Cocaine Can Kill Even Longtime Users; Expert
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Cocaine
Royals' Jackson to Spend Time with Baseball Peons
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Bo Jackson; 1962-., Kansas City Royals (Baseball team)
Carol Lewis on Track for Goodwill Games, Studying
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Carol Lewis, Goodwill Games, Track and field athletics
Bias' Cocaine Death Could Bring Manslaughter Charge
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Len Bias; 1963-1986, Cocaine, Basketball players (Drug use)
Sugar Ray Leonard Tells why He Must Fight Marvin Hagler
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Spud the Basketball Star Also Mr. Webb the Owner
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Spud Webb
Draft, Drug Woes Made Bulls Dailey Expendable
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Quintin Dailey (American basketball player.), Chicago Bulls (Basketball team), Basketball players (Drug use)
'Cocaine Drain' Swallows Another Young Athlete, 23
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Don Rogers; 1962-1986, Cocaine, Football players (Drug use)
'Vice' Star Thomas Quietly Gets Hefty Salary Increase
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Philip Michael Thomas
Jackson Can Keep Giraffe at His Encino Menagerie
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Giraffes
Foxx Sued for $1 Billion; Didn't Plug B-B Que Sauce
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Redd Foxx (American comedian.), Advertising (Testimonials)
Record Label Uproar Runs Out of Steam
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Sound recordings (Content ratings), Rock music (Ethical aspects)
Diahann Carroll Talks about Old Loves and the New Lover in Her Life
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Diahann Carroll (American singer and actress.)
Poor Forecast for Black Leads on Stage and Screen
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Blacks in motion pictures, Blacks in television
Hands Across America Gets $27 Mil.; More is Expected
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Hands Across America, 1986

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