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Delete Slave Ship from Chicago Seal: Aldermen
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Slave trade, Seals (Numismatics), Chicago (Ill.) (Race relations)
Haitian Sets Self Afire in Protest of Nation's Strife
4
Antoine Thurel; d. 1987, Suicide, Haitians (Political activities, United States), Boston (Mass.) (Protests, demonstrations, etc)
Dream Comes True for St. Louis Man who Won $2 Million in Lottery
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Henry Smith, Lottery winners
Royals Slugger Jackson Marries, Hits The Coast
6
Bo Jackson; 1962-.
Nation's Black Real Estate Brokers Hold 40th Confab
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National Association of Real Estate Brokers
'Hit Man' Hearns Ready to Make Boxing History
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Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Boxing
Doby Honored by Indians as 1st Black AL Player
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Larry Doby; 1924-., Cleveland Indians (Baseball team) (History), Baseball, Professional (History), Discrimination in sports
NFL Training Camp Aids Black College Coaches
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National Football League, Black football coaches
Fridge Says Keep Wife Out of Weight Saga
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William Perry
Ashe Hopes Tennis Clinic Will Erase Lazy Players
51
Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Tennis

Fingerprinting Only Black Males in Town Sparks Tension, Fear
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Rape, Fingerprints, Blacks (Civil rights), Homestead (Pa.) (Crime)
School Named for Daisy Bates in Little Rock
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Daisy Bates (American civil rights activist.), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education, History)
CORE's Farmer Gives His Personal Papers to Univ. of Texas
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James Farmer (American civil rights leader); 1920-1999 (Archives), Congress of Racial Equality, University of Texas (System)
Md. Group Awards Money to UMAB Grad Students
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Lois Young-Thomas Scholarship and Leadership Guild, University of Maryland at Baltimore
Jackson Will Announce Bid for Presidency Next Month; Cosby Hosts Big Fund-raiser
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Bill Cosby (American actor and comedian.); 1937-, Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Campaign funds
Blacks Get Group of State Legislators to Dump Bork
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Robert H. Bork (American judge.); 1927-, United States Supreme Court (Nominees), National Conference of State Legislatures, National Black Caucus of State Legislators
Offspring Stay at Home with Mom, Dad Longer
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Parent and adult child
NASP: Blacks Should Buy Part of American Economy
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National Association of Securities Professionals, Black stockholders
Atlanta City Hall to Get Facelift; Black Firm Helps Build New Addition
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Herman J. Russell (American construction company executive.); 1930-, H. J. Russell Construction Co., Inc, Atlanta (Ga.) (City hall)
Feeling of Inferiority Disappears when Black Kids Given Positive Images
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Black children, Blacks (Race identity)
Astros' Hatcher Uses Bat of Teammate; Later Ejected Because it was Corked
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Billy Hatcher, Baseball, Professional (Ethical aspects)
Oaklander Wins $1 Mil. on Reno Slot Machine
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Pearl Anderson, Gambling machines, Reno (Nev.) (Casinos)
Georgia Woman Tied to Julian Bond in Drug Probe Gets 22-year Sentence
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Julian Bond; 1940-., Carmen Lopez Butler, Politicians (Drug use), Narcotics laws and regulations, Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Sammy and Frank Treat L.A. to Rare Duo Performances
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Sammy Davis (Jr.), Frank Sinatra; 1915-1998
Black Serves as Marshall of N.Y. Labor Day Parade
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Peter J. Ottley, Labor Day Parade (New York, N.Y.), Labor unions (Blacks)
'Hamburger Hill' Star Says Filming was Hell
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Courtney B. Vance (American actor.); 1960-, Motion picture production and direction
Hamburger Hill
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John Irvin (Reviews), Hamburger Hill (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Obituary
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Charlie Smalls; 1943-1987
Drummer Stix Hooper Heads the L.A. Chapter of NARAS.
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Stix Hooper, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (U.S.)
Playwright August Wilson Working on Next Drama
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August Wilson (American playwright.)
'The Cosby Show' Starts 4th Season with Surprises and Changes
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Bill Cosby; 1937-.
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)

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