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Jesse Raises $250,000 in Chicago Fund-raiser
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Campaign funds
Bolivar County, Miss. Gets Black as Circuit Clerk
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Rosie S. Simmons, Bolivar County (Miss.) (Politics and government)
Ralph Sampson, Wife May be Headed for Divorce
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Aleize Rena Dial, Ralph Sampson
L.A. NAACP Wants Judge Fired for 'nigger' Slur
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Daniel Calabro, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Glendale (Calif.) (Courts, Race relations)
Religious Leaders Guide Trust for Black Schools
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Dr. Lacey Kirk Williams Educational Trust
UNCF Seeks Support of Federal Employees
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United Negro College Fund, Combined Federal Campaign (U.S.)
UT-Austin Names Campus to Honor Black Student
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Heman Sweatt, University of Texas at Austin
Black NY Group Seeks Harry Edwards' Ouster
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Harry Edwards, National Black United Fund, Discrimination in sports, Blacks in baseball management
Edwards Hires Campanis to Assist Baseball Job
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Harry Edwards, Al Campanis, Discrimination in sports, Baseball, Professional (Organization and administration)
Aaron Says Ruth Chase was Unforgettable Hell
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Hank Aaron; 1934-., Atlanta Braves (Baseball team) (History), Home run records (Baseball)

Reagan OKs $10 Mil. Act to Aid Black Health Colleges
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Black medical colleges (Federal aid)
Zimbabwe Solons Says No to White Privilege
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Zimbabwe (Race relations, Politics and government)
Methodists Will Cut Some Stocks Linked to S. Africa
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Church and race relations (South Africa), Investments, American (South Africa), United Methodist Church (Employees, Pensions)
Publisher John H. Johnson Accepts Lifetime Achievement Award from Black Journalists
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John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher.); 1918-2005, National Association of Black Journalists
Kodak Hopes Cosby Video Will Boost Market Share
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Eastman Kodak Co, Comedy (Video recordings)
Singer Barbara McNair Files for Bankruptcy
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Barbara McNair (American singer and actress.), Bankruptcy
Free Lance Photog who Worked for Jet Has Her Life's Work Stolen
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Elaine Tomlin, Blacks (Photographs), Photographs (Theft)
Blind Piano Prodigy, Age 4, Gets Free Facial Surgery
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Jermaine Gardner, Face (Plastic surgery), Children as musicians, Blind pianists
Judge Drops Case Against Mom who Fed Sons on Train
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Tobia Jinks, Miami (Fla.) (Crime, Transit systems)
Tim Reid, Daphne Maxwell: how to Work Together and Stay in Love
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Tim Reid (American actor.), Daphne Maxwell Reid (American actress.)
Frank's Place
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Frank's Place (Television program) (Reviews)
More Couples Live Together; Fear Catching AIDS.
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Sexual ethics, Unmarried couples, AIDS (Disease)
California College Boss Quits; Blames Red Tape
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Joshua L. Smith, California Community Colleges
Court Bars Conviction of 'Hurricane' Carter
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Rubin Carter (American boxer and victim of false imprisonment.), Criminal justice, Administration of (New Jersey), Murder
Muhammad Ali Inducted to Ring's Hall of Fame
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Muhammad Ali; 1942-., Ring (Periodical)
Breland Knocked Out of Boxing Unbeaten Ranks
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Mark Breland (American boxer and actor.), Marlon Starling, Boxing
Pryor Gets No Record in Miami Kidnapping Case
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Aaron Pryor, Rape, Miami (Fla.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
CSU Kicks Off Season Dedicated to Paul Robeson
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Paul Robeson (American actor, civil rights activist and singer.); 1898-1976, Central State University (Ohio), Football, College
Racist, Sexist Comment by CBS Sports Anchors Riles Nation's Women's Groups
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Billy Packer, Jennifer Gillom, Discrimination in sports, Pan American Games, Television programs (Sports)
Obituary
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Ben F. Branch; d. 1987
Obituary
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Wade H. McCree; 1920-1987
Murphy to Do 'Fences' as Part of New Paramount Contract Worth Millions
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Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Paramount Pictures Corp
Judge Blocks Production of 'Amos 'n' Andy' Musical
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Stephen Silverman, CBS Inc, Copyright (Broadcasting rights), Amos 'n' Andy (Fictional characters)
Drummer Max Roach Sets Shakespeare to Jazz
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Max Roach (American jazz drummer.)
Rebbie Jackson Goes Back to Gary Home, Talks about Famous Brothers, Sisters
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Rebbie Jackson (American singer), Jackson family (singers)
Motown Names New Execs, Starts $38 Mil. Promo Plan
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Motown Productions

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