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Jesse Jackson Urges Big Businesses to 'reinvest in America'.
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Industry and state, Presidential caucuses (1988, Iowa)
Rep. Crockett Appointed to United Nations Post
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George W. Crockett (Jr.), United Nations (United States)
Harvey, Ill., Woman Sues Township for $900,000
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Catherine Ladner, Black women (Employment), Harvey (Ill.) (Employees)
Blacks, State Police in Alabama Reach Agreement in $2.5 Million Suit
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Police (Alabama), Black police, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Blacks Boycott Schools in Coffeeville, Miss
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Blacks (Education), Black teachers (Transfer), Coffeeville (Miss.) (Education)
Milner Quietly Beat Drugs, But He's Talking about it
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Eddie Milner, Baseball players (Drug use)
49ers' Paris Grapples with a Weighty Problem
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Bubba Paris
Minorities in His Office a Priority, Ueberroth Says
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Peter Ueberroth (American entrepreneur and Olympic executive.), Discrimination in sports, Blacks in baseball management
Black Morticians Take Precautions Against AIDS.
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AIDS (Disease) (Prevention), Black undertakers and undertaking (Health and hygiene)
Poverty Key to Troubles of Nation's Black Seniors
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Aged (Economic conditions), Black aged

Detroit Girl Stays in School; Wins Trip to Japan
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Carmen McKinnon, Children's art (Competitions), Detroit (Mich.) (Education)
What Couples Should Talk about Before Marriage
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Marriage, Communication (Social aspects), Dating (Social customs)
Bias Suit Wins $2.4 Mil. for 362 Black GPO Workers
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United States Government Printing Office, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Black government employees
Eric Dickerson Must Pay Pregnant Ex-girlfriend
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Eric Dickerson (American football player.); 1960-, Rea Ann Silva, Palimony, Paternity
Assault Charges Dropped Against Harvard's Loury
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Glenn C. Loury, Pamela Foster, Assault and battery, Boston (Mass.) (Crime)
Tyson Says He's 'a Nobody' and Not Ready for Marriage
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Mike Tyson; 1966-.
Recipe of the Week
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Soups
Mrs. Eunice W. Johnson, Warren Bacon Reign at Regal Carnaval
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Eunice W. Johnson (American magazine executive.), DuSable Museum of African American History, Inc, Balls (Parties)
Gary White Leads Biggest U.S. Minority Trucking Firm
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Gary L. White, Jones Transfer Co
Reagan Announces Salute for Minority Businesses
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Minority Enterprise Development Week
Bernice Williams Will Lead Trade Group to China
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Bernice Williams, United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, United States (Commerce, China), China (Commerce, United States)
'Missourian' Daily Gets 1st Black Managing Editor
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Ben Johnson, Columbia Missourian
'Mirror' Marks 100th Year of Reflecting Prison Life
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Prison mirror (Newspaper)
Sugar Ray Retires to Promote Garden Bouts
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Holyfield Stops Ocasio, Setting Up Qawi Rematch
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Evander Holyfield, Ossie Ocasio, Boxing
Obituary
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Leonard William Johnson; d. 1987
Obituary
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Charles Harris Wesley (American historian and university president.); 1891-1987
Rustin, Organizer of 1963 March on Washington, Dies
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March on Washington, 1963
Obituary
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Bayard Rustin; 1910-1987
Obituary
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Richard Saunders
Miami Mom Jailed for Feeding 'hungry' Sons
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Tobia Jinks, Miami (Fla.) (Crime, Transit systems)
Minority Firm Awarded $3-million Coal Pact
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Yancy Minerals Inc
Walter Sutton Jr. Named Head of Bar Association
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Walter L. Sutton (Jr.), National Bar Association
Chicago's New Regal Theater Debuts with Weeklong Gala
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New Regal Theater (Chicago, Ill.)
Sammy Davis and Jerry Lewis Star on Telethon to Fight Muscular Dystrophy
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Sammy Davis (Jr.), Jerry Lewis; 1926-., Telethons, Muscular dystrophy
Prince's Sis Says He Stole Lyrics from Her
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Lorna L. Nelson, Prince, Royalties, Copyright (Music)
Music Business Charts Future for Minorities
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A&M Records Inc, Blacks in the recording industry
Michael Jackson Tells Ebony about His New Solo Career
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
Ike Turner Arrested Again for Cocaine Possession
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Ike Turner (American singer and guitarist.), Cocaine, Musicians (Drug use)

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