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Clinton Announces Extra Sanctions Against Haiti
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Embargo, United States (Commerce, Haiti), Haiti (Commerce, United States)
Dr. Lonnie Bristow First Black President-elect of American Medical Assn
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Lonnie R. Bristow, American Medical Association
Postal Service to Distribute Faulty Bill Pickett Stamp
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Bill Pickett; ca. 1860-1932, Postage stamps (Errors), Black cowboys on postage stamps
Jack Kemp Urges Republican Party to Actively Seek Black Votes
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Jack Kemp (American football player, congressman and Secretary of housing and urban development.), Republican Party (U.S.), Blacks (Political activities)
Should Good Parents be Jailed when Bad Children Break Laws?
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Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Parent and child (Law)
John E. Jacob Named Executive Vice President at Anheuser-Busch
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John E. Jacob; 1934-., Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc, Blacks in the brewing industry
Jesse Jackson's 10-day Tour Focuses on Youth Violence, Need to Vote
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Black suffrage, Gerrymander, Southern States (Politics and government)
Alabama Senior Citizen Awarded $15.25 Mil. After Being Sold Useless Insurance Policy
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Daisey Johnson, Life Insurance Co. of Georgia, Insurance companies (Suits and claims), Medicaid (Alabama), Medigap insurance
Detroit Woman Convicted of Killing Her Army Husband for His Insurance
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Toni Riggs, Anthony L. Riggs; d. 1991, Persian Gulf War, 1991 (Blacks), Trials (Murder), Trials (Michigan), Detroit (Mich.) (Crime)
Jordan Questions NBA Players' Love of Game
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Basketball players (Attitudes)

Obituary
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Nathaniel Hayes
Obituary
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A. Maceo Walker (Sr.)
Deferred Dream Becomes Reality for Cincinnati Woman
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Carmen Hull, Xavier University, Black teachers (Education), Cincinnati (Ohio) (Education)
Mandela Will Grant Amnesty for Some Political Crimes
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Nelson Mandela (South African president.), South Africa Commission for Truth and Reconciliation, Amnesty (South Africa)
Espy Reveals Plan to Update Nutrition Standards in Schools
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Mike Espy; 1953-., United States Dept. of Agriculture, School lunches (Federal aid)
Wynton Marsalis Kicks Off U.S. Tour with Chicago Benefit
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Wynton Marsalis, Children's Defense Fund (U.S.), Jazz concerts (Benefit performances)
Spurs Coach John Lucas Resigns for 'fresh Start'.
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John Lucas, San Antonio Spurs (Basketball team)
TLC Member Charged with Setting Andre Rison's Georgia Home on Fire
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Left Eye (American singer.); 1971-2002, Andre Rison (American football player.), TLC (Musical group), Arson, Rap musicians (Crime), Alpharetta (Ga.) (Crime)
Ex-wife of O.J. Simpson and Man Found Dead
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Nicole Brown Simpson, Ronald Lyle Goldman, O. J. Simpson; 1947- (Murder case, 1994)
Thomas Proves Smarter Than the Average Home Run Hitter
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Frank Thomas, Psychological tests, Baseball, Professional (Psychological aspects)
Black Transsexual Suing Former Employer for Discrimination in DC.
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Patricia Underwood, Archer Services Inc, Discrimination in employment, Transgenders (Civil rights)
Nancy Wilson Says 'Love, Nancy' Album Proves 'I'm a Songstylist--not a Pigeonholed Jazz Singer'.
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Nancy Wilson (American singer.)

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