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Trudi Morrison Makes U.S. History as 1st Black Senate Deputy Sergeant at Arms
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Trudi Michelle Morrison, United States Congress Senate (Employees)
Postal Workers Support a Lower Wage Rate for Teens
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National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees, Minimum wage, Unemployment (Relief measures)
Racial Tensions Mount Between Blacks, Koreans
5
Koreans and blacks
Habitat for Humanity: Andrew Young's Daughter Works in Uganda Project
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Paula Young, Andrew Young; 1932-., Habitat for Humanity Inc, Housing (Uganda), Americans (Uganda)
Charles Cobb to Retire; Sees Civil Rights Erosion
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Charles E. Cobb, United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice
Pierce Pushes for Program to Test for Housing Bias
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Samuel R. Pierce (Jr.), United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (Appropriations and expenditures), Discrimination in housing
Ex-regional Official Wins Post as National HUD Aide
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Alfred Moran, United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
U.S. Commerce Dept. Agency Forms Minority Bank, Firm
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United States Minority Business Development Agency, Minority trading companies
Dickerson Says Walker's Mark Only 'minor League'.
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Eric Dickerson (American football player.); 1960-, Herschel Walker (American football player.), Football records, Rushing (Football)
Winfield Wants to Try His Hand on 1st Base this Year
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Dave Winfield; 1951-.

Furor Over Pension Pay to White who Claims Working with Blacks Made Him Sick
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Gary Pearl, Insurance, Workers' compensation, Louisville (Ky.) (Employees, Race relations)
Obituary
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Garland C. Guice
UNCF Grads Rush for Job Leads at Labor Dept. Fair
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United Negro College Fund, Job fairs, Black college graduates (Employment)
Ebony Editor's Mother Celebrates 100th Birthday
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Annie M. Nipson, Centenarians
Atlanta University Center Exhibition Hall Dedicated to Dr. Virginia L. Jones
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Virginia Lacy Jones; 1912-1984, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Black women librarians
Making the Most of Family Dinner Hour
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Dinners, Family meals
Clark's Oldest Graduate Marches with Class of '85
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Albenia Hardeman, Clark College, Aged (Education), Black women college students, Black college graduates
NEA's Futrell Hails Measure to Boost Teacher Education
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Mary Hatwood Futrell, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Morehouse Med School Gets $100,000 Gift from Wife of Late Dr. C.B. Powell
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C. B. Powell, Morehouse School of Medicine
Black Cowboy Rides Horse from Texas to New Jersey Home
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Howard Beauchamp, Black cowboys
VA Reduces Rates for Home Loans to New Low
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United States Veterans Administration, Mortgages, Veterans (Housing)
John Drew Gets Suspended Sentence for Check Scheme
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John Drew; 1954-., Check fraud
Julius Erving, Not Dr. J, Looking to Next Season
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Julius Erving; 1950-.
NFL Lions' Star Sims Ponders Early Retirement
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Billy Sims
Ex-track Star McTear Plans Serious Comeback
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Houston McTear
Ex-Heisman Winner White Sees End of NFL Career
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Charles White; 1958-.
Belafonte, Jackson Lead Group Delivering Goods to Ethiopian Famine Victims
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Harry Belafonte (American singer and actor.), USA for Africa
March on Hollywood Drive Launched by Local NAACP.
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Blacks in the motion picture industry
Jayne Kennedy's Secret Marriage Revealed; She Expects Baby in December
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Jayne Kennedy Overton, Bill Overton
Honi Coles Cites Black Youths' Disinterest in the Art of Tap Dancing
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Charles Honi Coles, Tap dance
Ashford & Simpson Say Marriage and Career are Solid as a Rock
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Nickolas Ashford (American singer and songwriter.); 1942-, Valerie Simpson (American singer and songwriter.); 1946-
Black Firm Gets Contract for Chicago Blues Fest
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Sound of Authority, Inc, Music festivals (Illinois)

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