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Prominent New Yorkers Pitch in $68,000 for Moseley Braun Coffers
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Carol Moseley-Braun; 1947-., Campaign funds, Illinois (Politics and government), New York (N.Y.) (Politics and government)
Black South Africans Protest to Commemorate 1976 Soweto Uprising
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African National Congress, Apartheid, Soweto (South Africa) (Protests, demonstrations, etc)
Ex-D.C. Mayor Barry Seeks City Council Seat
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Marion Barry; 1936-., Washington (D.C.) (Politics and government)
New LA Top Cop Renting $2,000-a-month Condo in Swank Hancock Park Area
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Willie L. Williams, Black police chiefs, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Police, Housing)
Commission Calls for Revamp of Federal Minority Business Plan
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United States Commission on Minority Business Development
Blacks in New York Urge Feds to Install 'fitting Memorial' for Slaves
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Slavery (Monuments, statues, etc), African Burial Ground (New York, N.Y.), New York (N.Y.) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Black Mayor to Receive $350,000 MacArthur Grant
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Unita Blackwell; 1933-., John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Mayersville (Miss.) (Politics and government)
Charles Barkley Traded to NBA's Phoenix Suns
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Charles Barkley (American basketball player.); 1963-
Survey: Most Black NCAA Students are Athletes
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National Collegiate Athletic Association, Black athletes (Scholarships), College athletics (Ethical aspects)
Cards' OF Brian Jordan Gives Up NFL Falcons Job
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Brian Jordan (American baseball player.); 1967-

Who is Sister Souljah? She States: 'I'm a Rapper, Activist, Organizer, Lecturer'.
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Sister Souljah (American rap singer and novelist.), Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Race relations in rap music, Women rap musicians (Political activities)
1st Black U.S. District Judge Plans to Retire
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James B. Parsons (American judge.), Chicago (Ill.) (Courts)
White FBI Agents Fight Bias Settlement for Blacks
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United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, Blacks (Employment)
Six Newark, N.J., Cops Suspended in Shooting of Black Teen-ager
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Howard Caesar, Police shootings, Newark (N.J.) (Police)
Desiree Washington Hits Mike Tyson with Lawsuit
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Mike Tyson; 1966-., Desiree Washington, Rape
Bonnie Guiton 1st Black Woman Dean at U. of Va
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Bonnie Guiton, McIntire School of Commerce
Hampton U. Students Win Disney Engineering Meet
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Walt Disney Imagineering Co. Inc, Hampton University
Holyfield Survives Holmes, Sets Nov. Bout with Bowe
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Evander Holyfield, Larry Holmes, Boxing
Michael Jordan Leads Chicago Bulls to Second NBA Title
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Basketball, Professional (Championships)
White Touts Bob Watson as Next NL President
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Bob Watson (American baseball player and executive.); 1946-, Bill White (American baseball player and executive.), Blacks in baseball management
Michael Jackson Kicks Off 'Dangerous' Tour in Europe
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
NBC-TV Picks Black Shows to Boost Next Season's Ratings
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National Broadcasting Co., Inc, Television programs (Black programs)
Rapper Dr. Dre Charged in Brawl in New Orleans
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Dr. Dre
Unlawful Entry
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Jonathan Kaplan (Reviews), Unlawful entry (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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