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C. Mitchell III Leaves Md. House to Try Congress Run
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Clarence Mitchell (III.), Maryland (Politics and government)
SCLC Wants Black on Georgia Supreme Court
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Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Georgia Supreme Court, Black judges
Black Caucus Budget Cuts Deficit, But is Ignored by Congress and the Media
4
Congressional Black Caucus, Budget (United States)
White House Quells Rumor of Minority Set-aside Halt
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Clarence M. Pendleton (Jr.), United States Commission on Civil Rights, Minority business enterprises (Federal aid), Government contracts
Black Mayor's Conference Espouses Self-help Plans
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National Conference of Black Mayors
Racial Polarization Up in U.S. Metro Areas: Study
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Cities and towns (Rating), United States (Race relations)
Insurance Firm Sues Singer Belafonte for $232,000
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Harry Belafonte (American singer and actor.), Zurich Insurance Group, Insurance, Renters'.
$50,000 in Damages Awarded Blacks in N.Y. Housing Bias
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Blacks (Housing), Housing (New York (State))
Howard Expansion Plan Will Rebuild D.C. Area
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Howard University
Banks Bow to Churches, Halt Loans to S. Africa
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Loans, Bank (South Africa), Church and race relations (South Africa), Debts, External

Bradley Blazing Trail to California Governor's Seat
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, California (Politics and government)
White Suburb of Chicago Agrees to Recruit Blacks
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United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Chicago (Ill.) (Employees)
Son Sues Father, Demands Half of Ill. Lotto Prize
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Lottery winners
Two White Philly Youths Charged in Racial Attack
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Philadelphia (Pa.) (Race relations)
Stanford U's Susan Rice Chosen a Rhodes Scholar
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Susan Rice, Rhodes scholars and scholarships
Chicagoan Wins $250,000 in Bias Suit Against Boss
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Beatrice Williamson, Handy Button Machine Co
Blacks in Mississippi Help White Crusader
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Hazel Brannon Smith (American newspaper publisher.); 1914-1994, Blacks (Civil rights, History), Mississippi (Race relations)
Obituary
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H. Carl Moultrie
Obituary
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Mozella Franklin Jones; d. 1986
Obituary
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Donald Gaines Murray; d. 1986
Obituary
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George Washington Reed; d. 1986
Obituary
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Virginia Frances Toles; d. 1986
Earl Graves Appointed to Urban Development Corp
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Earl G. Graves; 1935-., New York State Urban Development Corporation
Ronald Townsend Named Head of D.C. TV Station
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Ronald Townsend, Blacks in the television broadcasting industry, Television stations
Sportsmen Among Group to Buy Detroit TV Station
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Television stations, Black
OICI Holds Its First Confab in Togo, Africa
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Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America
Teen Killer is Granted a Stay on Death Row
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Ronald Ward, Juvenile justice, Administration of (Arkansas), Capital punishment (Arkansas)
Self-taught Lawyer Wins Case, Prepares for Appeal
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Walter Walker (Jr.), Consumers Power Co, Blacks in the nuclear industry (Dismissal)
Illegal Aliens Denied Public Housing, Should be Deported: Pierce
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Samuel R. Pierce (Jr.), United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Illegal aliens (United States)
Test-tube Moms Deliver Black Babies After Error
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Fertilization in vitro, Children of interracial parents
California Clergy Make Marriage Much Tougher
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Marriage counseling, Modesto (Calif.) (Religion)
Divorcing Parents in Kan., Must Undergo Counseling
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Custody of children, Wichita (Kan.) (Child welfare)
N.Y. 'homesteading' Helps Black MDs Start Practice
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Black physicians, Blacks (Medical care), Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Medical care)
Crash Dieting Leads to 'yo-yo Syndrome'.
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Yo-yo dieting
Gospel's Sallie Martin is Given BMI Commendation
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Sallie Martin; 1895-1988
Chicago Politico Debuts 'Soul Cola' for Jobs
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William Henry, Soft drink industry, Black business enterprises, Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Viet-vets More Likely to Commit Suicide, Study Says
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Suicide, Veterans (Psychology)
Number of Blacks Holding Managers Jobs Increasing
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Black executives
Newark Gets $5.1 Million in Profit-sharing Funds
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Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Newark (N.J.) (Finance)
Black Woman Lands UAW Promotion at Chrysler
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Joan Patterson, Chrysler Corp, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Labor unions (Women)
Basketball Star Snubbed Million$ to Play for God
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Calvin Duncan, Basketball players (Religious life)
Cosby Joins Chicagoans in Tribute to Trackster
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Ira Murchison
'Super Bowl Shuffle' Turned Into a Fast One Even for Speedy Willie
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Willie Gault (American sprinter and football player.), Super Bowl (Football) (Songs and music)
Bill Cosby Changes His Address in Las Vegas for $500,000 A-week
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Bill Cosby; 1937-.
Coleman to Tape Video to Aid 'latchkey Kids'.
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Gary Coleman (American actor.), Latchkey children, Children's videos
Billie Holiday Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Billie Holiday (American singer.); 1915-1959, Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life is Calling
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Richard Pryor (American comedian); 1940-2005 (Reviews), Jo Jo Dancer, your life is calling (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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