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Twins Joined at Head Enter Calif. College at Age 38
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Compton Community College, Conjoined twins
Tot Gets Liver Thanks to Help from Cosby, Jackson
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Jonathan Clark, Liver (Transplantation), Biliary atresia
Untold Story of Black Founder of Pentecostal Church Body Rocked by Sex Scandal of Whites
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Jim Bakker (American television evangelist.), William J. Seymour (American clergyman.); 1870-1922, PTL Network, Church and race relations, Clergy (Sexual behavior), Assemblies of God
Blind Ray Charles Urges Congress to Aid the Deaf
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Ray Charles, Deafness (Federal aid)
Detroit NAACP Raises Record $720,000 at Freedom Banquet
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Fund raising
Bermuda's 1st Woman Named Rhodes Scholar
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Emma Robinson, Rhodes scholars and scholarships
Congressman Merv Dymally Leads Trade Mission to Japan and Seoul, Korea
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Mervyn M. Dymally; 1926-., Black business enterprises (Export-import trade), Trade missions, United States (Commerce, Japan, Korea (South)), Japan (Commerce, United States), Korea (South) (Commerce, United States)
Grambling Biggest Black College Winner in Draft, But Black QBs Left Out
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Football, Professional (Draft), Black football players
Great-grandma Dies After Getting Good Draft News
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Paul Palmer
Unbending Bo Sticks with Baseball Despite Raiders
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Bo Jackson; 1962-., Football, Professional (Draft)

'Winfrey' Knocks 'Donahue' Out of No. 1 Spot; Oprah Plans TV Sitcom and Movie
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Oprah Winfrey, Television programs (Talk shows)
Prichard, Ala.'s Smith is Black Mayors' Leader
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John H. Smith, Black mayors (Conferences)
Denied Promotion, Woman Shoots Supervisors and Kills Self in Atlanta
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Mozella Dansby; d. 1987, Georgia Power Co, Black women (Suicide)
Michigan Woman Jailed; Can't Serve Time at Home
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Connie Doa, Criminal justice, Administration of (Michigan), Women prisoners (Monitoring)
Rodney Slater, 32, Ark. Gov's Ex-staffer, Gets University Post
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Rodney Slater; 1955-., Arkansas State University, Arkansas State Highway Commission
Schools Want to Cash in on $50 Million Set Aside as Aid for Black Colleges
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Black colleges and universities (Federal aid)
New HU Divinity School Named for Benjamin E. Mays Gets $750,000 Lilly Award
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Benjamin Elijah Mays; 1894-1984, Howard University School of Divinity
Texas Southern Researchers Find Sickle Cell Treatment
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Sickle cell anemia (Therapy)
Health Institute Urges Sickle Cell Tests for All
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Sickle cell anemia (Diagnosis)
Broadcasting Exec Gets Apology from Organization Following Racial Insult
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Xernona Clayton (American television executive.), National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Black women in the television broadcasting industry, Rome (Ga.) (Race relations)
Minorities Get $25 Million Boost from Columbia Gift
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John W. Kluge (American broadcasting and telecommunications executive.); 1914-2010, Columbia University, Minorities (Education), Colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Jesse Jackson Pens New Book; Speaks Candidly
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Tennis Champ McEnroe Thanks Leonard for Hope
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John McEnroe, Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Brain Cancer Claims NBA Bullets' Star Gus Johnson
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Brain (Cancer)
Obituary
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Gus Johnson
Russell to Coach Kings Then Become Pres., Owner
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Bill Russell; 1934-., Sacramento Kings (Basketball team)
Gooden to Start Working Back Into Mets Rotation
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Dwight Gooden (American baseball player.), New York Mets (Baseball team), Cocaine, Baseball players (Drug use)
Ex-Dodger Joe Black Hurls Pitch to Owners on how to Strike Out Baseball Bias
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Joe Black, Discrimination in sports, Black baseball managers
Black Swimmer Resurfaces Thanks to Campanis' Slur
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Al Campanis, Chris Silva; 1962?-1990, Swimming (Competitions), Discrimination in sports
Blacks Lead the Way for Best-paid 100 Athletes
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Black athletes (Salaries)
Debbie Allen and Phylicia Rashad's Mother Vivian Ayers Talks about Their Fame
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Debbie Allen, Phylicia Rashad, Vivian Ayers
Cosby to Speak at Wesleyan for Daughter's Graduation
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.), Commencement addresses
Reception at JPC Honors Author of Bill Cosby Book
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Robert E. Johnson, Johnson Publishing Company, Inc

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