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Black Caucus Budget May Give Leverage for Funding Human Service Programs
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Congressional Black Caucus, Budget (United States)
L.A. Joins Economic Fight Against South Africa
4
Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Finance)
Rep. Collins Urges Congress to Cut Funds of Agencies Not Supplying EEOC Data
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Cardiss Collins; 1931-., United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Government employees, Discrimination in employment
Gwendolyn Brooks, Library of Congress Consultant
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Gwendolyn Brooks (American poet.), Library of Congress
Johnson Publishing Co. Retains Lead of Top 100 Black Businesses
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Johnson Publishing Company, Inc, Black business enterprises
Kids of Women Prisoners Must Bear Emotional Scars
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Children of prisoners, Women prisoners
New Technique Offers Hope to Infertile Couples
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Fertilization in vitro
Coronary Disease No. 1 Killer Among Older Blacks
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Blacks (Health and hygiene, Mortality), Heart (Diseases, Mortality)
Female Driver Runs Down Woman and Boyfriend in Attack Sparked by Jealousy
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Emma Green, Murder, Rochester (N.Y.) (Traffic accidents, Crime)
Black Males Most Likely Murder Victims: Report
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Murder, Blacks (Crimes against)

NAACP Marches in D.C. for Affirmative Action
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Civil rights demonstrations, Washington (D.C.) (Protests, demonstrations, etc)
Greyhound Kicks Off New Franchise Program During Major Meeting in Phoenix
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Greyhound Lines, Inc, Black entrepreneurs
Dick Gregory's Formula to be Used All Over Ethiopia Following Successful Tests
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Dick Gregory; 1932-., Famines (Ethiopia), Relief work (Ethiopia)
Wonder Honored at U.N.
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid
Wynton Marsalis Tells why Jazz Music is Not Dead
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Wynton Marsalis, Jazz music
10 Ways to Cover Costs of Getting College Degree
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College education (Costs)
Nance to Retire Next June as S.C. State President
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M. Maceo Nance (Jr.), South Carolina State College
Rebbie, Oldest Sister, Latest Bloomer, in the Jackson Family
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Rebbie Jackson
Publisher Maynard Elected to AP Board of Directors
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Robert Maynard, Associated Press, Oakland tribune, Blacks in newspaper publishing
Richie's All Night Long 'most Played' Song of '84
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.), American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
Sophia Henderson, Former Ebony Fashion Fair Model Wins Miss Oklahoma Title
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Sophia Henderson, Beauty contests
N.Y. Cops Boss Ward Gets Tough with Torture Case
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Benjamin Ward, Police brutality, Stun devices (Police use), New York (N.Y.) (Police)
Slain High School Cager's Family Files $10 Million Wrongful-death Lawsuit
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Ben Wilson, Murder, Wrongful death, Chicago (Ill.) (Crime)
Mass. Man Gets $420,000 in Police Arrest Suit
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Bancroft D. Hall, Damages, Miscarriage of justice, Milton (Mass.) (Police)
Alton Coleman and Friend Guilty of Ohio Killing
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Alton Coleman, Debra Brown, Murder, Criminal justice, Administration of (Ohio)
Famous Football Hero Says Racism Kept Him from Top Coaching Job
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Gale Sayers; 1943-., Football coaches, Discrimination in sports
Edwin Moses Can't Clear Hurdles from Court Case
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Edwin Moses; 1955-., Prostitution, Athletes as advertising spokesmen, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Moral conditions)
The Jeffersons Heads List of Black TV Shows Axed, But New Ones to Emerge
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Television programs (Black programs)
The Jeffersons
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Jeffersons (Television program) (Reviews)
Should Famous Blacks Entertain in South Africa?
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Boycott, Apartheid, Black entertainers, United States (Cultural relations, South Africa), South Africa (Cultural relations, United States)
Galaxy of Stars Shines at Rebirth of Apollo Theatre
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Apollo Theatre (New York, N.Y.)
Rap Music Reaching New Heights with Fresh Festival II.
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Rap music

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