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Mississippi To Rename Highways, Roads After Civil Rights Victims
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Emmett Till (African American teenaged lynching victim); 1941-1955 (Murder), James Earl Chaney (American civil rights activist); 1943-1964 (Murder), Andrew Goodman (American civil rights activist); 1943-1964 (Murder), Michael Henry Schwerner (American civil rights activist); 1939-1964 (Murder), Ku Klux Klan, Express highways (Names), Blacks (Civil rights, History), Lynching, Mississippi (Race relations), Philadelphia (Miss.) (Race relations)
Ray Charles Praised At Grammy; Alicia Keys, Usher, Kanye West, Also Win
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Ray Charles (American singer and pianist) (Awards), Alicia Keys (American rhythm and blues singer) (Awards), Kanye West (American rapper and record producer) (Awards), Grammy Awards
Claudette Colvin: An Unsung Hero In The Montgomery Bus Boycott
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Claudette Colvin (American civil rights activist.), Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955
Tips For Relieving Workplace Stress
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Job stress
The Do's & Don'ts Of Hand And Nail Care
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Hand (Care), Nails (Anatomy) (Care)
Sharon Warren: Actress Journeys From Homelessness To First Movie Role As Mother In Film 'Ray'.
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Sharon Warren (American actress.), Ray (Motion picture: 2004)
Boris Kodjoe And Nicole Ari Parker Honored With Roller-Skating Baby Shower
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Boris Kodjoe (Ghanaian-German actor.); 1973-, Nicole Ari Parker (American actress.); 1970-, Baby showers
Max Schmeling, Joe Louis' Boxing Rival And Close Friend, Dies In Germany
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Max Schmeling (German boxer.); 1905-2005
Tyler Perry Brings Hit Play 'Diary Of A Mad Black Woman' To The Big Screen
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Tyler Perry (American dramatist and actor) (Adaptations, Film and video), Diary of a mad black woman (Motion picture), Motion pictures (Adaptations from drama)
R&B Singer Tyrone Davis, 66, Dies At Chicago Suburban Hospital
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Tyrone Davis (American rhythm and blues singer.); 1938-2005

Lifestyles
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Blacks
This Week In Black History
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Muhammad Ali (American boxer.); 1942-, Andrew F. Brimmer (American economist and financial consultant.); 1926-
5 Steps To Selecting Quality Child Care
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Day care
Jimmy Smith, 79, Pioneering Jazz Organist, Succumbs
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Jimmy Smith (American jazz organist.); 1925-2005
Celebrities Remember Ossie Davis
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Ossie Davis (American actor and dramatist); 1917-2005 (Death and burial)

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