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Zaire's President Mobutu Confers with Bush in
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Mobutu Sese Seko; 1930-1997 (Visit to the United States)
Cardinal Bars Black D.C. Priest from Saying Mass
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George A. Stallings (Jr.), Schism, Imani Temple African-American Catholic Congregation
Should Congress Pass Laws to Protect Flag and Gains of Blacks?
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Flag burning, Blacks (Civil rights)
New York School System Gets First Teen Trio of Valedictorian Mothers
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Teenage mothers (Education), New York (N.Y.) (Education)
M&M Products Purchased by Boston Minority Firm
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M&M Products Company, BML Associates Inc
Fed. Probe of Job Bias in Fairfax, Va., Government
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Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Fairfax County (Va.) (Employees)
Toronto, Baltimore Game Pits Two Black Managers
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Cito Gaston (American baseball player and manager.), Frank Robinson (American baseball player and manager.); 1935-, Baseball managers
Sudanese Family Worries about NBA's Manute Bol
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Manute Bol (Sudanese basketball player.); 1962-2010, Sudanese (United States)
Two Blacks Face Murder Charges in Voodoo Scheme
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Thomas Gardner (III, American judge.), John Ivy, Leroy Ivy, Crime and criminals (Mississippi), Murder, Voodooism
Superstars Shine as They Raise Funds to Fight Against AIDS.
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Whitney Houston, Cissy Houston, Dionne Warwick, AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising)

Procope Sells Interest in N.Y. Amsterdam News
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John L. Procope (American newspaper publisher.), Amsterdam news (New York, N.Y.)
High School Grad Thanks Retired Firefighter who Rescued Her 14 Years Ago
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Lisa Greene, Marvin Bunch, Rescue work, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Firefighters)
Recipe of the Week
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Salads
Houston Jury Decides Winfield Already Wed
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Dave Winfield; 1951-., Sandra Renfro, Common law marriage
Oprah Winfrey a Hit with White House Kitchen Staff
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Oprah Winfrey, White House (Washington, D.C.) (Employees, Entertaining)
Twelfth Night
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William Shakespeare; 1564-1616 (Reviews)
John Amos Raps Critics of Interracial Cast in Shakespeare's '12th Night'.
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John Amos (American actor.); 1939-, Black actors and actresses, Discrimination in the theater

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