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Contents

Mississippi Finally Bans Slavery
6
Mississippi Legislature, Slavery
Rap Star Eazy-E Battles AIDS; Listed in Critical Condition in LA Hospital
13
Eazy-E (American rapper.); 1963-1995, AIDS (Disease) and musicians
Why Men and Women Cannot be Like Each Other
15
Sex differences, Brain (Localization of functions)
Businessman Sets $1 Billion Record at FCC Auctions
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Sherman L. Ragland; 1962-., Tradewinds International (Firm), United States Federal Communications Commission, Government auctions, Radio frequency allocation
Dennis Hightower Named New President of Walt Disney's TV and Telecommunications Unit
22
Dennis F. Hightower, Walt Disney Company
U.S. Justice Dept. Upholds Black Mississippian who Serves in Two Elective Positions
39
David Jordan, United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Mississippi Legislature, Greenwood (Miss.) (Politics and government)
Obituary
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Leon Day; 1916-1995
Isiah Thomas Scores in Front Office as Vice President of NBA Toronto Raptors
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Isiah Thomas (American basketball player, executive and coach.); 1961-, Toronto Raptors (Basketball team)
Michael Jordan Returns to Bulls in Overtime Loss to Indiana Pacers
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Chicago Bulls (Basketball team), Indiana Pacers (Basketball team)
Salt-N-Pepa Take Control of Their Careers with New Business Ventures
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Salt-N-Pepa (Musical group)

Rhythm & Blues Foundation Honors 12 with Pioneer Awards
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R&B Foundation, Pioneer Awards
Bronx District Attorney Says His Office Will Not Seek Death Penalties
38
Robert T. Johnson; 1948-., Capital punishment (New York (State)), Bronx (New York, N.Y.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Barry White, Anita Baker and Boyz II Men Among Top Winners at Ninth Annual Soul Train Awards
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Soul Train Music Awards
New Jersey Nets Forward Derrick Coleman Calls Utah Jazz's Forward Karl Malone an Uncle Tom
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Derrick Coleman (basketball player.), Karl Malone (American basketball player.); 1963-, Racial slurs

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