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Jackson Focuses on South Following Good Showings in Iowa, New Hampshire
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Presidential primaries (1988, Southern States)
Should Black Churches Stay Out of Politics?
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Religion and politics
Stanley Scott Buys Miller Beer Distributorship in La
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Stanley S. Scott, Miller Brewing Company, Crescent Distributing Company, Black business enterprises
Warwick Announces Plan for June AIDS Fund-raiser
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Dionne Warwick, AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising)
Ex-UDC Prexy Green is Cleared of Fraud, Perjury
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Robert Lee Green, University of the District of Columbia
Didn't Say King Engaged in Extramarital Affairs, Lawyer Sues for $6 Million
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Wiley A. Branton (American lawyer and civil rights activist.); 1923-1988, Tony Brown (American television talk show host and producer.), Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, David J. Garrow; 1953-., Adultery, Libel and slander
Dawson, Bell, Lead Way in Arbitration Requests
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Andre Dawson, George Bell, Arbitration, Sports, Baseball players (Salaries)
Journal Recalls Black Judge Nixes Nixon's Wiretap Order
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Damon Keith, Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994, Wiretapping
Bill Cosby Calls for a Closer Look at Violence After New York Rape Case
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Bill Cosby (American actor and comedian.); 1937-, Tawana Brawley (American alleged rape victim.)
Lowery Chides Robertson on S. Africa Comments and on Killing Libya's Gadhafi
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Pat Robertson (American evangelist and television executive.), Joseph Lowery (American clergyman and civil rights leader.); 1924-, Blacks (Political activities), Apartheid, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)

Desegregation Steps Listed for 6 State College Groups
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Colleges and universities (Desegregation, Southern States)
Morris Brown College is Enjoying Dramatic Growth
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Morris Brown College
EEOC's Thomas Raps House on Its Poor EEO Status
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Clarence Thomas, United States Congress House (Employees), United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Montgomery Honors Rosa Parks, who Sparked Bus Boycott
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Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955
Army's Gay Ban Rejected by a Fed. Appeals Court
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Perry Watkins, United States Army (Blacks, Gays)
Scholarships for Blacks Bring Hate Mail to New York Cardinal
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Cardinal John Joseph O'Connor; 1920-2000, Blacks (Scholarships), Church and race relations (Catholic Church), New York (N.Y.) (Race relations)
Study Reveals Hate Crime Epidemic; Conyers Backs New Law to Track Violence
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Hate crimes, United States (Race relations)
Daytime TV's First Interracial Marriage Set for 'General Hospital'.
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Laura Carrington, Television serials, Interracial marriage in television
General Hospital
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General Hospital (Television program) (Reviews)

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