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Beware the Demise of 'pass Laws': Tutu Warns
5
Desmond Tutu (South African archbishop.), Church and race relations (South Africa)
Black Man Nation's First Vietnam Veteran Executed
5
David Funchess, Electrocution (Capital punishment), Capital punishment (Florida)
College Mom who Killed Baby Could Get 20 Years
5
Cheryl Yvette Frazier, Murder, Raleigh (N.C.) (Crime)
Pittsburgh Gets First Black Chief of Police
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William Moore, Black police chiefs, Pittsburgh (Pa.) (Police)
Dick Gregory Explains: Diet, Exercise Crucial in Fighting Battle of Bulge
10
Ronald High, Dick Gregory; 1932-., Weight reducing products
IBM Chief Notes Impending Pullout of South Africa
31
International Business Machines Corp, Apartheid, Investments, American (South Africa)
Jews Want Halt to GIs' Attending Racist Rallies
38
American Jewish Congress, United States (Armed Forces, Race relations)
Career Gains Best for Blacks in Military: Expert
38
United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Says Fed. Workers Got 'bogus' Degrees: Pepper
38
Diplomas, Fraudulent, Government employees
Fans Rally for Stamp for First Black Female Pilot
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Bessie Coleman; 1896?-1926, Blacks on postage stamps

World's Youngest Monarch is Crowned in Swaziland
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Mswati III (King of Swaziland); 1968-.
Obituary
18
Otto Preminger (American film director.); 1906-1986
Obituary
18
Linda Creed; d. 1986
LeMelle Installed as Mercy College President
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Wilbert J. LeMelle, Mercy College
Black Boycott Forces White Businessmen to Action
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Boycott, Black school superintendents and principals (Selection and appointment), Indianola (Miss.) (Education)
Schools in Yonkers, N.Y. Ordered to Desegregate
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Public schools (Desegregation), Yonkers (N.Y.) (Education)
Rigid Preschools May Hurt Kids in Long Run
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Socially handicapped children (Education), Preschool education
Medic: Drug Restores Sexual Potency to Men
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Impotence, Penis
Red Tape Keeps Needy from Seeking Aid, Doctors Say
26
Food stamp plan
Black Church Wins $20G in Bias Suit Against Club
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Country clubs (Segregation, Maryland), Catholic Church (Blacks), Church and race relations (Catholic Church), Baltimore (Md.) (Race relations)
8-month-old Baby Born Gray
28
Hair color, Infants, Newborn
Club Charged with Playing Music to Limit Blacks
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Ramada Inc, Blacks (Segregation), Charlottesville (Va.) (Race relations)
Ga. Judge Cuts $1.9 Million from Ex-professor's Award
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Jan Kemp, University of Georgia, College teachers (Dismissal), Athletes (Education), College athletics (Ethical aspects)
Savannah's 1st Black Female Car Salesperson is a Hit
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Kay Williams, Black automobile sales personnel
Detroit Black Owns City's Biggest Coin Laundromat
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Willie Hall, Carousel Laundromat
Dave Parker, Baseball's First $1 Million Player, Now 1st to be Sued Over His Salary
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Dave Parker (American baseball player.); 1951-, Baseball players (Drug use)
Vida Blue Wins 200th Game, Proves His Value to Giants
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Vida Blue
NFL Star Selmon Opts for Retirement Over Surgery
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Lee Roy Selmon; 1954-.
Boxing Council Fundraiser Will Honor Ray Leonard on May 17, His Birthday
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Tennis Pro Zina Garrison was Special to Her Mom
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Zina Garrison; 1963-.
NFL Union Approves Drug Plan, Awaits Owner Reply
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Football players (Drug use), Drug abuse (Testing)
Little 'Fridge' Says Bears Have Been Checking on Him
50
Daryl Perry
Bad Break May End Grid Career of USFL's Dupree
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Marcus Dupree, Football, Professional (Accidents and injuries)
Qwest Entertainment Co. Formed by Quincy Jones
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Quincy Jones (American composer and record producer.); 1933-, Qwest Entertainment Company
Celebrity Moms Whose Kids Follow in Their Footsteps
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Children of celebrities, Mothers, Black celebrities' families
TV's Fred Berry Hit with Breach of Contract Suit
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Fred Berry
DeBarge Family Member Arrested for Alleged Bomb Remark on Plane
60
Robert DeBarge (American singer.)
Big Deal
60
Bob Fosse (American director and choreographer) (Reviews)
Natalie Cole: 'Never Say You're Cured of Drugs, Say You are Recovering'.
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Natalie Cole, Musicians (Drug use)

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