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Blacks Head Five of Ten Most Depressed U.S. Cities
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Black mayors, Municipal finance
Ferraro, Mondale Make Last Appeals to Voters
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Geraldine A. Ferraro, Blacks (Political activities), Presidential campaigns (1984)
Miami Commission Fires City's Black City Manager
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Howard Gary, Miami (Fla.) (Politics and government)
Lionel Hampton Says His Reagan Message Hit Target
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Ronald Reagan (American president.); 1911-2004, Lionel Hampton (American band leader.), Black musicians (Political activities), Political advertising
Executive Suites Still Closed to Blacks, Poles
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Minority executives, Minorities (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Congress OKs Youth Labor Project Patterned After Sullivan's OIC Program
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Unemployment (Relief measures), Minorities (Vocational education)
Soul City Land Bought by Farm Group for Food Plant
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Agricultural Investment Fund, Agriculture (North Carolina)
Georgia High Court Voids Rule to Hike Minority Biz
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Minority business enterprises, Atlanta (Ga.) (Municipal contracts)
Fla. Mother Continues Child Custody Battle
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Linda Sidoti Palmore, Children of interracial parents, Custody of children
Ala. Klansman Indicted in 1981 Slaying of Black Man
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Michael Donald (American lynching victim.), Ku Klux Klan, Lynching, Mobile (Ala.) (Race relations)

Daryl Grisham Elected to Hall of Fame in Chicago
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Daryl F. Grisham (American meat company executive.), Chicago Business Hall of Fame, Black executives
Cheers Promoted to Washington Editor Post
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D. Michael Cheers, Jet (Periodical)
Marriage Means Gaining Weight for Many Couples
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Married couples (Health and hygiene), Eating (Psychological aspects)
Quality of Time You Spend with Mate Most Important
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Married couples, Time management
Skeleton Found in Kenya Hints about Early Man
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Man, Prehistoric, Paleontology (Kenya)
Chicago's DuSable Museum Kicks Off Expansion Drive
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DuSable Museum of African American History, Inc
Service Helps Pupils Find Loans, Scholarship Funds
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Scholastic Information Systems
Atlanta U. Gets Grant for Science Research Facility
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United States Dept. of Energy (Appropriations and expenditures), Atlanta University, Colleges and universities (Federal aid)
Black Colleges Link with Jamaicans Via Satellite
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Black colleges and universities (Cooperation), Colleges and universities (Jamaica), Education (Computer use)
Reagan Salutes the UNCF at 40th Anniversary Gala
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Ronald Reagan (American president.); 1911-2004, United Negro College Fund
Grenada Revamps News Pool with Journalism Students in New Program
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Journalism (Study and teaching, Grenada)
Rep. Hayes Cited for His Pro-public Interest Stand
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Charles A. Hayes (American congressman.); 1918-1977, Congressmen (Evaluation)
Former Ambassador Rudolph Aggrey Honored at Syracuse University
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O. Rudolph Aggrey, Syracuse University
Black Activist, Performer Awarded MacArthur Grant
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Billie Jean Young, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
First Fed. Building Named for Black in Jackson, Miss
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A. H. McCoy, Jackson (Miss.) (Public buildings)
Cocaine Use is Epidemic in Nation, Report Says
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Cocaine
L.A. Moves to Halt Gang Killing Spree in City
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Murder, Gangs, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Pittsburgh Lotto Winner Will Pay Child Support
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Ronald G. Mack, Lottery winners, Support (Domestic relations)
Holmes Considers Spinks After Bonecrusher Bout
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Larry Holmes
Hagler to Let Lawyers Fight Over His WBC Crown
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Boxing (Laws and regulations)
NBA SuperSonics Waive All-star David Thompson
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David Thompson
NFL Stars Sims, Winslow Sidelined by Knee Surgery
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Billy Sims, Kellen Winslow, Knee (Surgery), Football, Professional (Accidents and injuries)
Ex-NBA Star Walt Hazzard Looking to Revive UCLA.
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Walt Hazzard, Basketball, College
Elvin Hayes Disappears as Women's Team Coach
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Elvin Hayes; 1945-.
Smith Maintains Crown as 1st Black Rose Bowl Queen
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Kristina Smith, Tournament of Roses (Pasadena, Calif.)
Jackson Entertained and Educated While SNL Host
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Saturday Night Live
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Saturday night live (Television program) (Reviews)
Eddie Kendricks, Motown Hit with $300,000 Suit
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Eddie Kendricks; 1939-1992
Melba Moore, Ben Vereen are Lovers in Ellis Island TV Mini-series
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Ben Vereen (American actor, singer and dancer.), Melba Moore (American singer and actress.)
Ellis Island
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Ellis Island (Television program) (Reviews)
Lou Gossett Honored with Brotherhood Crusade Award During Beverly Hills Gala
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Louis Gossett (Jr.), Brotherhood Crusade (Organization)
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
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August Wilson (American playwright) (Reviews)
Isley Brothers Split to Form New Group, Record New Album and Hit Single
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Isley Brothers (Musical group)

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