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Todman, Perkins Up for S. Africa Ambassador Post
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Terence A. Todman (diplomat.), Edward J. Perkins (American diplomat.), United States (Diplomatic and consular service, South Africa)
Blacks 10 Times Poorer Than Whites, Study Shows
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Wealth, Blacks (Economic conditions)
EEOC Reaffirms the Use of Job Affirmative Action
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United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Coleman Young's $115,000 Tops Salaries of Mayors
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Coleman Young; 1918-1997, Strikes (Municipal employees)
U.S. Anti-apartheid Push Kicking for Sanctions Now; Reps. Gray, Leland Blast Regan's Remark on S. Africa; Tutu Stands Firm, Tells West 'go to Hell...
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Ronald Reagan (American president); 1911-2004 (Speeches, addresses, etc), Sanctions (International law), Apartheid, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Men Misread Signals of Friendly Women as Flirting
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Flirting
Marriage Stats Not Really that Bad for Single Women
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Single women, Marriage (Statistics)
Black Doctors Can Help Prevent Murders: Experts
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Black physicians, Blacks (Crime), Murder
Premenstrual Woes Tied to Life in Fast Lane
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Premenstrual syndrome
Infant Twins Die After Being Left in Hot Car
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Twins, Child abuse, Garden Grove (Calif.) (Child welfare)

TV Station Boycotted by PUSH Hires Black Anchor
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Lester Holt (American television news anchor.), Operation PUSH, CBS Inc, Television stations, Boycott, Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
Virginia Blacks: Sheriff, Fire Your Son-in-law
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Hampton (Va.) (Race relations)
Goode's Prospects in Philly Bright After Garbage Strike
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W. Wilson Goode; 1938-., Strikes (Sanitation workers)
Klansman Tells of Marines who Trained Whites for All-out Racial Warfare
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Ku Klux Klan, United States Marine Corps, United States (Race relations)
Government Jobs Lacking for Blacks in City, Suburb
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Black municipal employees
Educator Partly Castrated by Visitor in His Md. Home
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Leonard Richardson, Castration
Black Woman Gets Biggest Malpractice Award; $65 Mil
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Agnes Mae Whitaker, Lincoln Hospital (New York, N.Y.), Hospitals (Malpractice)
Former Mr. Universe Shot in Marital Spat
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Sergio Oliva, Domestic violence
Obituary
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Winnie P. Palmer; d. 1986
Obituary
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Dino Santangelo; d. 1986
Abolitionist's Home in Need of Funds for Renovations
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Frederick Douglass Memorial Home (Washington, D.C.)
Shaw U. President Quits at Request of Trustees
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Stanley H. Smith, Shaw University
Education Expert Stresses 'respect' at NUL Confab
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Clifton R. Wharton (American college president and pension plan administrator.), Blacks (Education), Self esteem in children
Meharry Medical College Adds Nutrition Center
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Meharry Medical College Center on Nutrition
Council on Legal Ed. Takes Law Program Applications
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Council on Legal Education Opportunity
Judge OK'd Principal's Job Now Rules for His Firing
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Freeman Cooper, Black school superintendents and principals (Dismissal), Fairview (Tenn.) (Education)
Blayne Hopkins Appointed the Mayor of Boys Town
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Blayne Hopkins, Boys Town (Neb.)
Georgian is Putting Black Churches There on the Map
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Preston Rhodes, Black churches, Georgia (Religion)
Marilyn McCoo Joins Cast of 'Days of Our Lives'.
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Marilyn McCoo (American singer.)
Mixed Couple in Mass. Can Adopt Black Child
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Cleveland Riddick, Interracial adoption, Interracial marriage, Child welfare (Massachusetts)
Black Teen Fathers Not So Irresponsible: Study
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Single fathers, Teenage pregnancy
Evicted Tenants Prevail in Md. Fair-housing Suit
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Eviction, Blacks (Housing), Silver Spring (Md.) (Housing)
Woman is Sterilized to Get a Lesser Sentence
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Debra Ann Williams, Child abuse, Murder, Sterilization, Sexual (Laws and regulations, South Carolina), Columbia (S.C.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Mothers Get Prison Terms for Deaths of Kids in Fire
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Child abuse
Chicago Suburbs Agree to Seek Blacks for Jobs
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Blacks (Employment), Chicago (Ill.) (Employees)
N.J. Firemen and Police Suspended for Drug Use
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Drugs and employment, Plainfield (N.J.) (Firefighters, Police)
Md. State Cops Now Have 14[percent] Black Membership
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State police (Maryland), Black police
Freddy Cole: Still Trying to Step Out of Nat Cole's Shadow
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Freddy Cole; 1931-., Nat King Cole; 1919?-1965
Blacks Make Good Showing Despite Ill Will at Recent Goodwill Games in Moscow
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Goodwill Games, Black athletes
EEOC Backs Bias Charge of Ex-BoSox Aide Harper
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Tommy Harper; 1940-., United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Discrimination in sports
Names Golf Course for Boxer Joe Louis
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Joe Louis; 1914-1981, Golf courses (Illinois)
'Baptized,' Aaron Pryor Ready for Ring Return
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Aaron Pryor
Minn. Basketball Players Cleared in Rape Trial
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University of Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul campus) (Basketball), Trials (Rape), Basketball players (Crime), Basketball, College (Ethical aspects)
Avery Brooks Reveals why He Enjoys Acting
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Avery Brooks
Jimi Hendrix's Dad Files Suit Over Video Cassette
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Jimi Hendrix (American guitarist and singer.), Copyright (Music, Videotapes)
Aretha!
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Aretha! (Television program) (Reviews)
Frankie Beverly Urges Kids to Avoid Drugs
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Frankie Beverly (American soul singer.), Youth (Drug use)
Faye Treadwell Wins Right to Use 'the Drifters' Name
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Faye Treadwell, Drifters (Musical group)
Dynasty
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Dynasty (Television program) (Reviews)
'Dynasty's' Troy Beyer Tells how Fame Helps and Hurts
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Troy Beyer
Obituary
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Vincente Minnelli (American film director.); 1910-1986
Ella Fitzgerald 'fair' After Heart Failure
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Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.)

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