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Vice President Gore Optimistic Blacks Will Benefit from Welfare Dismantling
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Al Gore (American vice-president.); 1948-, Public welfare, Blacks (Economic conditions)
NAACP Calls for Boycott of 10 Hotel Chains
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Boycott, Blacks in hotel management, Hotels, motels, etc (Chain and franchise operations)
Kenneth I. Chenault Appointed President and COO of American Express Company
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Kenneth I. Chenault (American financial services executive.); 1951-, American Express Co
Alma Powell Talks about Depression
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Alma Powell, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (U.S.), Depression, Mental
Herman Job Wait Stirs 'race Card' Attacks on Senate
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Alexis Herman (American Secretary of labor and management consultant.); 1947-, United States Congress Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Dept. of Labor
Tina Turner Returns to U.S. with 'Wildest Dreams' World Tour
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Tina Turner
Men and Women Have Different Tactics to Keep Mates
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Marriage
Allstate Vows to Make Homeowners Insurance Easier to Obtain in Minority Areas
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Allstate Insurance Co, Insurance, Homeowners'., Discrimination in insurance
Major League Baseball Dedicates Season to 50th Anniversary of Jackie Robinson's Breaking Color Barrier
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Jackie Robinson; 1919-1972, Brooklyn Dodgers (Baseball team), Baseball, Professional (History), Discrimination in sports
How Blacks Differ from Whites in TV Show Choices
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Blacks and television

Suge Knight, President of Death Row Records, Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Probation Violation
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Suge Knight (American recording industry executive.), Death Row Records (Firm), Sentences (Criminal procedure) (California)
Ella Fitzgerald's Will Leaves Estate and All Her Affairs to Trust Fund
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Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.), Wills
Obituary
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Matilda Burns
Ex-gov. Wilder Credits Virginia Union University for His Success at Dedication of Library Named in His Honor
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L. Douglas Wilder (American governor and mayor.); 1931-, L. Douglas Wilder Library and Learning Resource Center
Walter Mosley Publishes New Novel with Black Book Company, Black Classic Press
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Walter Mosley (American mystery novelist.), Black Classic Press, Authors and publishers
Babyface and Toni Braxton Lead Black Grammy Winners at 39th Awards Ceremony
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Grammy Awards
Love Jones
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Theodore Witcher (Reviews), Love Jones (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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