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Mandela Visits U.S. to Find Support
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Nelson Mandela (South African president) (Visit to the United States)
D.C. Mayor Sharon Dixon Marries Businessman James Kelly III in Mass
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James Kelly, Sharon Pratt Kelly; 1944-.
Jackson, Rangel Visit Haitian Refugees at U.S. Naval Base and Request Asylum for Them
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Charles B. Rangel (American congressman.); 1930-, Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Guantanamo Bay Naval Base (Cuba), Refugees, Haitian, Asylum, Right of
White Supremacist Defiant After Getting Six Months in Cross Burning Case
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Tom Metzger, Cross burning, White supremacy movements, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
TV Networks Ignore Black Navy Hero who Shot Down Japanese War Planes at Pearl Harbor
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Doris Miller (American sailor and cook.); 1919-1944, United States Navy (Blacks), Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941, World War, 1939-1945 (Blacks)
Black History Wax Museum Celebrates 2nd Anniversary
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Great Blacks in Wax Museum (Baltimore, Md.)
IRS Seizes Davis Items Hidden in Rental Storage Unit in Burbank, Calif
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Sammy Davis (Jr.) (Collectibles), Tax evasion
Black Seniors More Likely to Contract Glaucoma, But Less Likely to Get Treated
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Glaucoma (Therapy), Black aged
Bonilla Signs Richest Baseball Pact with Mets for $29 Million
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Bobby Bonilla (American baseball player.); 1963-, Baseball players (Salaries)
Blacks Again Snubbed to Fill Manager Posts
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Black baseball managers, Discrimination in sports

Atty. Willie Gary Presents $10 Million Gift to Shaw U.
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Willie Gary (American lawyer.), Shaw University, Black colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Rev. Howard Elected 1st Black Prexy of the N.Y. Theological Seminary
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M. William Howard (American clergyman and college administrator.); 1946-, New York Theological Seminary
Scott Gives $120,000 to Start UNCF Scholarship
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Stanley S. Scott (presidential aide and tobaccco industry executive), United Negro College Fund
Colleges Remain Free to Give Minority Scholarships
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United States Dept. of Education, Minorities (Scholarships)
Bush Cites Pittsburgh Group that Aids College Students
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Negro Educational Emergency Drive
Lou Rawls Leads Parade of Stars on TV Telethon for Black Colleges
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Lou Rawls (American singer), United Negro College Fund, Telethons
Huey Newton Killer Gets 32 Years to Life in Prison
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Huey Newton (American revolutionary.); 1942-1989, Tyrone Robinson, Murder, Criminal justice, Administration of (California)
Magic Johnson Says He Regrets He Won't 'see My Baby Grow Old'.
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Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, AIDS (Disease) and athletes
Foreman Stops Ellis, Signs to Fight Mercer
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George Foreman; 1949-., Jimmy Ellis, Boxing
Nicholas Brothers Honored at Kennedy Center Awards
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Nicholas Brothers, Kennedy Center Honors
Will Smith, as 'Fresh Prince,' Uses Christmas Show to Tell how Humor Solves Family Problems
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Will Smith, Christmas in television
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (Television program) (Reviews)
Obituary
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Marshall Thompson
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
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Nicholas Meyer (Reviews), Star trek VI: the undiscovered country (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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