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Senate Approves Bill for South Africa Sanctions
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United States Congress Senate (Voting), Sanctions (International law), Apartheid, United States (Commerce, South Africa), South Africa (Commerce, United States)
Rangel Pushes House Panel to Rein in on FBI Info
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Charles B. Rangel; 1930-., United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Congress House Committee on the Judiciary
Bradley Takes Fourth Mayoral Term in L.A.
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Welfare Cuts Have Caused Harsh Income Loss: Study
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Public welfare
Arterbery Tabbed for Key GSA Post in Washington
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A. C. Arterbery, United States General Services Administration
Tuskegee's Official Name Changed to University
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Tuskegee University
Univ. of Miss. to Hold Richard Wright Seminar
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Richard Wright (American novelist.); 1908-1960, University of Mississippi
Public to Name Celebs for Apollo Hall of Fame
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Apollo Theatre (New York, N.Y.), Black entertainers
Tina Turner Excels in First Dramatic Role in Mad Max Movie
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Tina Turner
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
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George Miller; 1945- (Reviews), Mad Max beyond thunderdome (Motion picture) (Reviews)

CIA Clerk, Ghanian are Charged in Espionage Case
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Sharon M. Scranage, Michael Agbotui Soussoundis, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Espionage, Ghanaian (United States)
Sumter, Fla., Black Quietly Made Political History
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Tom Dixon (American county government official.), Sumter County (Fla.) (Politics and government)
Jackson a Vote-getter in '88 Election: Study
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Maureen Reagan Blasted at UN Confab by Angela Davis
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Maureen Reagan (political activist and daughter of Ronald Reagan.), Angela Yvonne Davis (American political activist.); 1944-, World Conference on the United Nations Decade for Women
N.J. Mayor Forms Program to Aid Black Businesses
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Kenneth A. Gibson; 1932-., Black business enterprises, Newark (N.J.) (Industries)
Canada Imposes Tough Sanctions on S. Africa
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Apartheid, Sanctions (International law), Canada (Commerce, South Africa), South Africa (Commerce, Canada)
Hayes Wants Chicago in on White House Business Parley
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Charles A. Hayes; 1918-1977, White House Conference on Small Business
Ill. Bill Cracks Down on White Firms that Front as Minority Businesses
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Legislation (Illinois), Minority business enterprises, Fraud
Coca-Cola USA Scholarship Sweepstakes Bankrolling Students at UNCF Colleges
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Coca-Cola Company, United Negro College Fund, Blacks (Scholarships)
105-year-old Grandmother Saves Grandson from Teenage Thugs
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Estell Dunham, Aged (Crimes against), Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Black aged, Queens (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)
Crime: Elderly Not Main Victim, New Study Shows
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Aged (Crimes against)
Obituary
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Lavada Kenneymoore McGee; d. 1985
Obituary
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Nathaniel B. Tureaud; d. 1985
'Baby Bust' Generation May Find Job Hunting a Breeze
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Generation X (Employment)
Parents Cautioned about Children and Low-cal Foods
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Children (Nutrition), Snacks, Low calorie cooking
Strong Increase in Black Population Since 1980
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Blacks (Statistics)
Morgan State to Cut Its Faculty by 10[percent] in '86
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Morgan State University
Prof. Cites 3 Types of Working Couples in U.S.
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Married couples (Employment)
Senate OKs Interstate Purchases of Firearms
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United States Congress Senate (Voting), Gun control
Book Hit as Racist Gets Law Group Award
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Raymond Wolters; 1938-., American Bar Association, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Brown v. Board of Education, Public schools (Desegregation)
High Court Ruling Hinders NAACP Legal Defense Fund Effort to Raise Monies
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Combined Federal Campaign (U.S.), Legal Defense and Educational Fund, United States Supreme Court (Decisions)
MOVE Member Serves as Her Own Atty. at Hearing
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Ramona Africa, MOVE (Organization), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
DAR Marches for a New Memorial for Black Heroes
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Daughters of the American Revolution, United States (History, Blacks, Revolution, 1775-1783, Memorials), Washington (D.C.) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Cleveland Man Named Hero, Rescued Woman from Fire
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John Larkin, Heroes and heroines, Rescue work
Female Army Officer New Combat Support General
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Sherian G. Cadoria; 1940-., Servicewomen
Mississippi Hires Gibson as 1st Black Head Coach
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Kenneth Gibson, Track and field athletics
Dodgers Send Oliver to Fifth Team in 2 Years
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Al Oliver; 1946-.
Henderson Settles Down with Yankees, N.Y. Fans Backed His All-star Show
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Rickey Henderson; 1958-.
Nehemiah, Gault, Walker Will Lead Pro Football Stars in Return to Track
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Renaldo Nehemiah (American football player.); 1959-, Willie Gault (American sprinter and football player.), Herschel Walker (American football player.), Amateurism (Sports), Track and field athletics
Thurmond Thanks Kareem for Hall of Fame Push
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Nate Thurmond; 1941-.
Stars Shine in World's Biggest Concert to Aid Famine Victims
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Live Aid concert, 1985
Cosby Show Popularity Means Top Dollar for Ads
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Television advertising (Time purchasing)
Della Reese to Portray Mr. T's Mom on A Team
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Della Reese; 1931-.
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)

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