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A Profile of Black Astronaut Killed in Space Shuttle Explosion
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Challenger (Space shuttle) explosion, 1986
Obituary
4
Ronald E. McNair
Greyhound Pledges $125G's to MLK Center in Atlanta
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King Center (Atlanta, Ga.), Greyhound Corp
Economists Say Don't Wait for Home Mortgage Drop
19
Mortgages
Anti-apartheid Group Urges Boycott of Shell Oil Co
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Shell Oil Company, Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid, Boycott
FBI Probes Hanging of Concord, Calif., Man 23
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Timothy Charles Lee, Hanging, Concord (Calif.) (Race relations)
Civil Rights Expert Says Movement Put 'on Hold'.
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Blacks (Civil rights)
Woman Leader Sparks Furor about Polygamy Saving Black Families
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Hortense G. Canady (American civil rights activist, school board member and sorority official.), College sororities, Black family, Polygamy
Two Blacks Among Five for NFL Hall of Fame
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Ken Houston; 1944-., Willie Lanier; 1945-., Pro Football Hall of Fame
Pats' Super Loss Worse After Drug Users Named
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Super Bowl (Football), Football players (Drug use)

Black MBA Group Plans to Invest in Businesses
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National Black MBA Association, Black business enterprises
3 Black Brokerage Firms Launching New Business
19
Black stockbrokers
Criticize King's Statue as a Study in 'meekness'.
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Statues), Capitol (Washington, D.C.)
Administration Soft on Biased Schools: Report
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Discrimination in education
Ben Johnson to Head UMC's News Management Program
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Ben Johnson, University of Missouri--Columbia School of Journalism
College Students Protest South African Apartheid
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Civil rights demonstrations, Student protests, demonstrations, etc, Apartheid
Black Trenton, N.J., Music Teacher to Work in Russia
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Calvin E. Ward, Music (Study and teaching, Soviet Union), Fulbright Grants
Harlem Man Acquitted of Assault on White Cop who Killed His Brother
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Jonah Perry, Police shootings, New York (N.Y.) (Police)
'Fridge' Wins Final Voting for Black Athlete Award
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William Perry, Sports (Awards)
Willie Ribbs Breaks New Ground in Auto Racing
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Willy T. Ribbs; 1956-.
Tutu Raises $500,000 During U.S. Tour; Solar President Pledges Telethon
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Desmond Tutu (South African archbishop.), Dick Griffey (American recording executive.); 1938-2010, Apartheid, Telethons, Church and race relations (South Africa)
Obituary
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Edward S. Gillespie; d. 1986
Diana Ross, Shipping Tycoon Trek to Altar in Switzerland
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Diana Ross (American singer and actress.), Arne Naess (Norwegian shipping executive.)
Whitney, Aretha, Stevie Snare Honors at Recent American Music Awards
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American Music Awards
Whitney Houston Tells what God Gave Her
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Whitney Houston
Singer Lionel Richie Wants to be in Movies
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.)

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