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Thousands March For 'Voting Rights' In New Orleans' Upcoming Election
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Blacks (Political activities), Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Evacuees, Political aspects), Elections (Louisiana), New Orleans (La.) (Politics and government, Population)
Urban League Report Says Economic Gap Persists For Blacks In U.S.
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Blacks (Economic conditions), Net worth
Newark, NJ, Mayor Sharpe James Pulls Out Race For Sixth Term
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Sharpe James (American mayor.); 1936-, Newark (N.J.) (Politics and government)
Master Sgt. Bessie L. Reggans Makes Marine Corps History
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Bessie L. Reggans (American Marine.), United States Marine Corps, Black servicewomen
Don't Let Excuses Stop You From Getting Fit
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Blacks (Physical fitness)
Mike Anderson Will Teach 'Defense' As Missouri's New Head Basketball Coach
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Mike Anderson (American basketbal coach.); 1959-, University of Missouri--Columbia (Basketball)
Duke's Lacrosse Team Suspended Amid Rape Allegation
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Duke University (Lacrosse), Campus rape, Lacrosse players (Crime), Colleges and universities (Race relations), Gang rape
Kelvin Sampson Takes Over As Hoosiers' Head Basketball Coach
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Kelvin Sampson (American basketball coach.); 1955-, Indiana University (Northwest campus) (Basketball)
'Heart And Soul' Of Pacers, Reggie Miller, Gets His Jersey Retired During Ceremony
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Reggie Miller (American basketball player.), Indiana Pacers (Basketball team), Baseball players (Retirement)
Jamaica's 1st Woman Prime Minister Installed
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Portia Simpson-Miller (Jamaican prime minister.); 1945-, Jamaica (Politics and government)

How Forgiveness Can Free You!
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Forgiveness (Health aspects)
Los Angeles OKs $1 Million Payment To Family Of Slain Rapper Notorious B.I.G.
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Notorious B.I.G. (Musician) (American rapper) (Murder), Suge Knight (American recording industry executive.), Death Row Records (Firm), Los Angeles (Calif.) Police Dept, Rap musicians (Crimes against), Wrongful death, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
This Week in Black History
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Harold Washington (American mayor.); 1922-1987, Tiger Woods (American golfer.); 1975-
Three 6 Mafia: Memphis Rap Group Makes Movie History
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Three 6 Mafia (Musical group), Motion picture music
Liberian President Charles Taylor Caught: To Stand Trial
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Charles Taylor (Liberian president.), Liberia (Politics and government, History, Atrocities, Civil War, 1989-2003)
Supermodel Naomi Campbell Charged With Assault
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Naomi Campbell (British model) (Trials, litigation, etc), Trials (Assault and battery), New York (N.Y.) (Crime)
Tracee Ellis Ross
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Tracee Ellis Ross (American actress and daughter of Diana Ross.); 1972-

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