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David Paterson Takes Reins As Ist Black Governor Of New York
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David A. Paterson (American governor.); 1954-, Black governors, New York (State) (Politics and government)
Black College Heads Tell Congress Of Financial Pinch
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Black colleges and universities (Federal aid)
Hillary Clinton Apologizes To Black Press For Ferraro, U.S. Response To Katrina
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Hillary Rodham Clinton (American Secretary of state); 1947- (Presidential campaign, 2008), Geraldine A. Ferraro (American lawyer, congresswoman and commentator.), National Newspaper Publishers Association, Apologies, Presidential campaigns (Racial aspects, 2008), Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Political aspects)
Taxpayers Will Soon Get Letter From IRS.
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United States Internal Revenue Service, Tax rebates, Budget (United States), United States (Economic policy)
Attorneys Say They Couldn't Reveal That Wrong Man Was Convicted Of Murder
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Alton Logan (American prisoner wrongly convicted of murder) (Trials, litigation, etc), Confidential communications (Lawyers), Miscarriage of justice, Murder
Where Is . . . Stacy Lattisaw?
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Stacy Lattisaw (American singer.)
The-Dream: Singer 'Wrote All Those' Hit Songs For Hot Stars
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Dream (Musician) (American songwriter.)
Soulful Singer Makes It Big Singing Japanese
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Jero (American singer.); 1981-, Americans (Japan), Enka
Black Sportscasters Up For Sports Emmy Awards
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Television programs (Sports), Emmy Awards, Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
D-Wade's Season Over With Miami
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Dwyane Wade (American basketball player); 1982- (Health), Miami Heat (Basketball team), Knee (Surgery)

Henrietta Bell Wells, 96, Pioneering Wiley College Debater
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Henrietta Bell Wells (American debater, teacher and social worker.); 1912-2008
People
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Kimberly Ayers Shariff (American lawyer) (Selection and appointment), Tony Rankin (American orthopedic surgeon) (Selection and appointment), Mary W. Freeman (American gubernatorial aide and state regulatory official) (Selection and appointment), Shelley P. Davis (American congressional aide) (Selection and appointment), Tabrina L. Davis (American public relations executive) (Selection and appointment), Blacks
This Week In Black History
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Halle Berry (American actress) (Awards)
Texas Southern University Names New President
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John M. Rudley (American university president) (Selection and appointment), Texas Southern University (Officials)
South Carolina Pastor Battles KKK Over 'Redneck Shop'.
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David Kennedy (American pastor and civil rights activist.), Ku Klux Klan, Laurens (S.C.) (Race relations, Stores)
IRS Investigates Yolanda Adams
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Yolanda Adams (American gospel singer) (Trials, litigation, etc), Tax evasion
Rita Marley To Produce Movie About Legendary Husband
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Rita Marley (Jamaican reggae singer and wife of Bob Marley) (Adaptations, Film and video), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae singer.)
Marion Jones Starts 6-Month Prison Sentence
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Marion Jones (American sprinter, long jumper and basketball player); 1975- (Drug use), Anabolic steroids
Bishop Weeks Pleads Guilty To Assault
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Thomas W. Weeks (III, American preacher) (Trials, litigation, etc), Juanita Bynum (American evangelist) (Assault), Domestic violence, Black women (Crimes against)
Aretha Franklin Sets Record Straight About A Detroit Home That Faced Foreclosure
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Aretha Franklin (American singer) (Homes and haunts), Home ownership, Foreclosure
Star Swimsuit Model Aims To Inspire Young Women With Childhood Story Of Triumph
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Jessica White (American model) (Charitable contributions), Black celebrities (Charitable contributions)
Mother Of Luther Vandross Hospitalized
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Mary Ida Vandross (American diabetes activist and mother of singer Luther Vandross) (Health), Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter) (Family)
Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon Celebrates Her Twins & Her Body Before, After Pregnancy
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Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon (American actress); 1966- (Family), Twins

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