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Landlord in Richmond, Va. Fined for Racial Remarks
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Black women (Housing), Richmond (Va.) (Housing)
Judge Orders Springfield, Ill. to Vote on New Government
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Black suffrage, Springfield (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Black Marine's Parents Cry Their Son is a 'scapegoat' in Sex for Secrets Case
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Arnold Bracy, Espionage, Soviet (United States), United States (Diplomatic and consular service, Soviet Union, Armed Forces)
Warwick Wows Reagan, French Premier, and Others at White House
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Dionne Warwick, White House (Washington, D.C.) (Entertaining)
HUD Grants $4.3 Billion to Black Business Under Pierce
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Samuel R. Pierce (Jr.), United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (Appropriations and expenditures), Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
Blacks More Likely to be Suspended, Punished in Nation's Public Schools
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Student suspension, Corporal punishment, Black students
White Professor Wins Reverse Bias Law Suit Against Black College
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Daniel Voiku, Albany State College (Ga.), Discrimination in employment, College teachers (Dismissal)
Cuts in Aid Has Drastic Effect on Black Students
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Black college students, Student aid
Rep. Ford Gets Backing for New Welfare Reform Bill
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Harold Ford; 1945-., Public welfare
Watching TV Promotes Racial, Sexual Equality
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Television programs (Social aspects)

Mfume, Flake, Lewis Team to Save Minority Agency
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United States Minority Business Development Agency
Mitchell Sons Indicted in a Federal Bribery Case
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Clarence Mitchell (III, state legislator and convicted criminal.), Michael Mitchell (American state legislator.), Wedtech Corporation, Political corruption
Richard Pryor Talks about what Caused His Fifth Marriage to Fall
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Richard Pryor (American comedian.); 1940-2005, Divorce
Obituary
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Edward Graham; d. 1987
Ed Bradley, Mike Tyson Among World Institute of Communications Honorees
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World Institute of Black Communications
S. Africa Banquet Fails to Invite Speaker--Perkins
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Edward J. Perkins (American diplomat.), United States (Diplomatic and consular service, South Africa)
Dotson Transferred to Save Pension in Alleged Mishap
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Betty Lou Dotson, Black government employees, Federal pensions
Rangel Urges Congress to Clear Record of Garvey
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Charles B. Rangel; 1930-., Marcus Garvey; 1887-1940, Pardon
Interior Dept. Opens Black History Trail in District
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Washington (D.C.) (Blacks, History)
Sue Coleman Starts Up Interior Design Showroom
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Sue Coleman, Coleman-Karger Showroom
Blacks Made Few Economic Gains in '70s: Census
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Blacks (Economic conditions)
Church Files $40 Million Damage Suit; A.M.E. Bishops Announce Their Support
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African Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington (D.C.) (Churches (Buildings))
Bishops: Joining KKK is Sinful, Violates Teaching
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Catholic Church National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Ku Klux Klan, Church and race relations (Catholic Church)
Black Men More Likely to Wed Than Black Women
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Black single men, Marriage
Black College Stars Look Forward to NBA's Draft
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Basketball, Professional (Draft)
Kareem to Keep House, Sells His L.A. Business
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; 1947-.
Barred from Track Again, Gault Settles on Football
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Willie Gault (American sprinter and football player.), Amateurism (Sports), Track and field athletics
Earl Campbell Finds Fame is Fleeting on UT Campus
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Earl Campbell; 1955-., University of Texas (System)
Mets Moral Support May Speed Up Gooden's Return After Drug Rehabilitation
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Dwight Gooden (American baseball player.), New York Mets (Baseball team), Cocaine, Baseball players (Drug use)
Sugar Ray Leonard Scores Upset, Joins History's Greatest
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-., Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Boxing
NFL Players' Dinner Fetes Mom of Year
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Julia Browner, National Football League Players Association
Whoopi Goldberg Makes Her Funniest Film in 'Burglar'.
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Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.)
Burglar
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Hugh Wilson (Reviews), Burglar (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Oscar was a 'stunning' Award for Herbie Hancock
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Herbie Hancock (American jazz keyboardist and composer.); 1940-, Academy Awards
Danny Glover Says He was Never a Member of the Black Panther Party
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Danny Glover, Black Panther Party

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