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Jackson Visits Earthquake Victims in Soviet Union
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Americans (Soviet Union), Earthquakes (Armenia)
Princess Di Visits Infant AIDS Victims in Harlem
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Diana (Princess of Wales); 1961-1997, Harlem Hospital Center, AIDS (Disease) in infants
Obituary
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Albert J. Dunmore; d. 1989
Civil Rights Museum to be Built in Memphis, where King was Killed
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National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis, Tenn.)
Riverside Church in N.Y. Gets 1st Black Sr. Pastor
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James Forbes (Jr., American clergyman.), Riverside Church (New York, N.Y.), Black clergy
'One Church, One Child' Seeks Homes for Infants
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Adoption and adopted children
30th Anniversary Showing of 'Raisin in the Sun' Winning Rave Reviews
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Lorraine Hansberry (American dramatist.); 1930-1965, American drama (Black authors)
A Raisin in the Sun
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Raisin in the sun (Television program) (Reviews)
The Mighty Quinn
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Carl Schenkel (Reviews), Mighty Quinn (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Black Stars Shine in Murder Mystery 'The Mighty Quinn'.
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Robert Townsend (American actor and motion picture director.), Denzel Washington (American actor.), Sheryl Lee Ralph (American actress and singer.)

First Lady Teaches Kids at D.C. Non-profit Center
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Barbara Bush (wife of American president George Bush.); 1925-, Martha's Table (Organization), Homeless children (Education)
White House Puts Sullivan Confirmation Vote on Hold
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Louis W. Sullivan; 1933-., United States Dept. of Health and Human Services
O.J. Simpson Charged with Beating His Wife
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O. J. Simpson; 1947-., Wife abuse
Dr. Maurice Rabb Named New Medical Director at Natl. Blindness Group
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Maurice F. Rabb (American ophthalmologist.), National Society to Prevent Blindness
Death Reveals Secret of Dad, 74: He was a Woman
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Billy Tipton; 1914-1989, Male impersonators
The Man who Lived 30 Years as a Woman
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Georgia Black; d. 1951, Transvestism
U. of Chicago Bans Law Firm's Recruiting After Racist Comments
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Baker & McKenzie, University of Chicago Law School, Black lawyers
Satchmo's Jazz Genius Hits High Note in New Revealing Book on Him
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Louis Armstrong (American trumpet player.); 1900-1971
Leonard, Hearns Rematch Finally Will Take Place
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Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-., Boxing
Bill White Selected as National League Prexy
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Bill White (American baseball player and executive.), Baseball, Professional (Organization and administration)
DNA Test Says Ali Isn't Father of Houston Girl
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Barbara Mensah, Muhammad Ali; 1942-., DNA fingerprints, Paternity testing
Atlanta Set-aside Plan Boasts Booming Business
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Black business enterprises, Atlanta (Ga.) (Municipal contracts)
Bridges Held on Attempted Murder Charge in L.A.
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Todd Bridges, Murder, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Houston, D.J. Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince, Jackson Top American Music Awards
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American Music Awards
The LaToya Jackson You Didn't Know
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LaToya Jackson

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