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Waldon Takes House Seat, Makes Black Now Total 21 in Congress of U.S.
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Alton Waldon; 1936-., Queens (New York, N.Y.) (Politics and government)
World Mayors are Urged to Take Role in Global Trade
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Johnny Lawrence Ford; 1942-., World Conference of Mayors, Export-import trade
S.C. Senator Denies Making Racial Slur
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Ernest F. Hollings; 1922-., Racial slurs, South Carolina (Race relations)
Justice Rehnquist Hearing Opens Old Wounds of Bias
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William H. Rehnquist (American Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.), United States Supreme Court (Nominees), United States Congress Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Black suffrage, Phoenix (Ariz.) (Politics and government)
Poll Reveals Blacks who Aid Blacks and Don't Ask U.S. Help
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Blacks (Social conditions, Volunteer service)
Trespass Charges Against Apartheid Pickets Dropped
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Civil rights demonstrations, Apartheid, Investments, American (South Africa)
N.Y. Police Head Favors Drug Testing of Force
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Benjamin Ward, Drugs and employment, Drug abuse (Testing), New York (N.Y.) (Police)
Israeli High Court Rules to Deport Black Hebrews
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Black Jews (Israel)
New Prexy, Board Chairman Named at NMA Conference
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J. O. Brown, National Medical Association
Ebony's Special Issue Examines the Crisis of the Black Family
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Ebony (Periodical), Black family

Gary Coleman Enjoys Family Get-together
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Gary Coleman (American actor.), Family reunions
Miss Black Illinois and Miss Black Chicago Picked at Gala Beauty Pageant
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Juliette Ferguson, Laura Lane, Beauty contests
Black Caucus Sponsors Summer Intern Program
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United States Congress (Interns), Congressional Black Caucus
Study Shows Sex Ed. Delays Sexual Activity
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Sex education
NBA Teams Offer $50,000 in Student Scholarships
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National Basketball Association, Scholarships and fellowships
Marketing Program Set for 52 Black Colleges
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Black colleges and universities (Curriculum), Marketing (Study and teaching), Shaving cream (Marketing)
Black Firms Still Need Aid to Compete in Big Business
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Earl G. Graves; 1935-., Black business enterprises
Coors Awards Its Largest Minority Contract Ever
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Adolph Coors Co, Polote Corporation
Black Dollar Days Will Demonstrate Buying Power
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Black Dollar Day
Brain-dead Mom Lives Long Enough to Deliver Baby Girl by Caesarean
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Derrick Poole, Marie Odette Henderson, Custody of children, Brain death
Judge Keeps Brain-dead Woman Alive to Save Fetus
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Brain death, Fetus (Legal status, laws, etc), Medical ethics
Divorced Dad, 15, Says Two Kids are Enough
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Hal Warden, Divorced fathers, Teenage pregnancy
Boy Makes Recording of Brother's Beating by Mom
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Child abuse, Foster home care, Toledo (Ohio) (Child welfare)
Whites' Refusal to Vote for Blacks Slows Gains
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Black political candidates, United States (Race relations)
Capitol Heights, Md. Gets First Black Mayor
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Vivian M. Dodson, Capitol Heights (Md.) (Politics and government)
Actively Seek Black Vote, GOP Party Urged
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Thomas H. Kean, Republican Party (U.S.), Blacks (Political activities)
Judge Updates Man's Suit Against GM for All Blacks
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General Motors Corp, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Blacks in the automobile industry
Ella in Good Shape, No Heart Attack, Doctors Say
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Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.)
USFL Won the Battle, Players Lost the War
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United States Football League, National Football League, Football, Professional (Antitrust)
Scott Foundation Dinner Honors Racer, Scholarship
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Wendell Scott (American automobile racing driver.); 1921-1990, Wendell Scott Foundation
Browns Axe NFL Draftee Sentenced to Drug Rehab
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Willie Smith (American football player.), Cocaine, Football players (Drug use)
Black QB at Tenn. Given New Date on Drug Charge
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Tony Robinson (American football player.), Football players (Drug use)
Basketball's Best Making Their Mark in the Movies
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; 1947-., Hakeem Olajuwon
Obituary
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Jim Braxton; 1949-1986
Still Haunted by Loss, Holmes May Fight Tyson
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Larry Holmes
Another NFL Future Cut by Dealing with Cocaine
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Barry Word, Football players (Drug use)
Dorsett, Campbell Anxious to Move Up NFL's Ladder
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Tony Dorsett; 1954-., Earl Campbell; 1955-., Football records, Rushing (Football)
Former Star Pitcher Odom Convicted of Selling Coke
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John Odom, Narcotics laws and regulations
Reggie Kicks the Can Over Bad Reflection on Blacks
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Reggie Jackson (American baseball player.); 1946-, Dennis Boyd (American baseball player.), Baseball, Professional (Ethical aspects)
Fridge Puts on a Show as Bears Win in London
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William Perry, Football, Professional (Great Britain)
'Cosby Show' Pulls 15 Emmy Bids; LaBelle, Goldberg Among Other Black Nominees
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Emmy Awards
Al Jarreau Gets $1 Million in Lloyds of London Suit
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Al Jarreau, Lloyd's of London
Aretha, Smokey, Marvin Make Hall of Fame Bid
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Natalie Cole, Johnny Mathis in Tribute to Nat King Cole
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Johnny Mathis, Nat King Cole; 1919?-1965, Natalie Cole, Boston Pops Orchestra
Obituary
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Teddy Wilson; 1912-1986

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