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Experts Tell what Can be Done to Curb Violence
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Violence, Black on black crime, Murder
National Rainbow Coalition Holds Forum on Violence in DC.
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National Rainbow Coalition Leadership Forum on Violence
Obituary
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Virginia Kelley (American nurse and mother of President Bill Clinton.); 1923-1994
Atty. Marian Bennett New USIA Inspector General in the Nation's Capital
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Marian C. Bennett, United States Information Agency Office of the Inspector General
Ashe Sets Up Trust Fund for Daughter; Leaves Rest of Estate to Wife
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Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Estates, Decedents'.
Jesse Jackson Visits Cuba; Meets with Leader Fidel Castro to Discuss Longtime Embargo Against Island Nation
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Fidel Castro (Cuban president.); 1926-, Americans (Cuba), Embargo, United States (Commerce, Cuba), Cuba (Commerce, United States)
Widow of Reginald Lewis Becomes TLC's Chairman; Founder's Brother Resigns
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Loida Nicolas Lewis (American financier and wife of Reginald F. Lewis.), Jean S. Fugett (Jr.), TLC Beatrice International Holdings, Inc
Knicks Trade for Mavs Star Guard Derek Harper
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Derek Harper, New York Knicks (Basketball team), Dallas Mavericks (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Player trades)
Rainbow Study Shows Blacks Recruited to Play But Not Hired by Colleges Off Field
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Rainbow Commission for Fairness in Athletics, Discrimination in sports, Football, College (Ethical aspects), Blacks (Employment)
Rick James Gets 5 Years on Assault, Drug Charges, But May Serve Less in Plea Bargain
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Rick James, Criminal justice, Administration of (California)

Obituary
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Ruth M. Bullock
Joshua Smith, Chairman and CEO of Maxima Corp, Fights with Son Over Business' Monies
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Joshua I. Smith (American computer industry executive.); 1941-, Joshua Smith, Maxima Corporation
New Black Mayors are Inaugurated in Detroit, Atlanta and Minneapolis
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Dennis Archer; 1942-., Bill Campbell; 1953-., Sharon Sayles Belton; 1951-., Detroit (Mich.) (Politics and government), Minneapolis (Minn.) (Politics and government), Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Site of Woolworth Sit-in to be Civil Rights Museum
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Woolworth Corporation, Civil rights demonstrations (History), Greensboro (N.C.) (Race relations, History)
U.S. Postal Service Honors Blacks by Issuing Largest Collection of Commemorative Stamps
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Blacks on postage stamps
Mariah Carey Says: 'my Mom Taught Me to Believe in Myself'.
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Mariah Carey
Michael Jackson Makes Surprise Appearance at NAACP Image Awards
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Image Awards
The Air Up There
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Paul Michael Glaser (Reviews), Air up there (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Michael Jackson Owns Rights to Rose Bowl Champs' Fight Song, 'On Wisconsin'.
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, University of Wisconsin--Madison (Football), Football, College (Songs and music)

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