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Mondale Interviews Bradley for Vice President Post
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Walter F. Mondale (American vice-president.); 1928-, Tom Bradley (American lawyer and mayor.); 1917-1998, Vice-presidential candidates (1984)
Youth Job Program Pilot Helped Blacks, Study Says
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Unemployment (Relief measures)
McIntyre Extortion Case Has Ended in a Mistrial
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Edward M. McIntyre (American mayor.), Trials (Extortion), Mistrial, Augusta (Ga.) (Political corruption)
Supreme Court Justice Burger Pushes for Prison Reform Plan
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Warren E. Burger (American Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.); 1907-1995, Convict labor
NAACP Probes Ga. Case of Black Sentenced for Murder of White Woman
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Michael Moore, Trials (Murder), Georgia (Race relations)
Court Settles Dispute Over James Van Der Zee Photos Valued at $10 Million
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James Van Der Zee (American photographer.); 1886-1983, Blacks (History, Photographs), Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Detroit's Twin Attorneys Featured in July Ebony
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Leona Lloyd, Leonia Lloyd, Twins, Black women lawyers
Chambers Elected Head of NAACP Legal Defense Fund
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Julius Levonne Chambers, Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Woman Wins Suit Against Noted Black Deprogrammer
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Ted Patrick, Paula Dain, Deprogramming, Religious liberty, Scientology
White Man Surrenders in 1982 Slaying of Black
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William Turks, Murder, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)

No Blacks Qualify for New Space Shuttle Program
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Black astronauts
D.C. Mayor Barry's Car Has Crash with Motor Scooter
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Marion Barry; 1936-., Traffic accidents
Coleman Young Says that Lawmakers are Anti-city
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Coleman Young; 1918-1997, Detroit (Mich.) (Public welfare)
Jackson Says City Policies Dictated by Big Business
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, U.S. Conference of Mayors, Intergovernmental fiscal relations
Sly Stone is Off Drugs; Coming Back with Help of Friend Bobby Womack
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Bobby Womack (singer and songwriter.), Sly Stone (American singer and songwriter.); 1944-, Musicians (Drug use)
SWAPO Leader Nujoma Blasts Reagan's Policies
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Sam Nujoma, SWAPO, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Sugar Ray and Family Happy with New Arrival
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Mrs. Jacqueline Jackson Says She'd be Great 1st Lady
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Jacqueline Jackson
Groups Charging Georgia with Denying Voter Rights
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Voter registration, Black suffrage, Georgia (Politics and government)
Blacks in South Get Better Chance at Public Office
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Black public officers, Southern States (Politics and government)
Bluford Faints Giving Philly Graduation Address
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Guion S. Bluford; 1942-., Commencement addresses
Shortage of Black Profs Worsens, Educators Say
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Black college teachers (Employment)
Black Enrollment Down at Colleges After Surge
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Colleges and universities (Enrollment), Black college students
Summer Job Prospects Look Best in 8 Years
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Youth (Employment)
Study Explains why Men Dominate High Tech Jobs
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Women (Education), Sex differences, Technical workers (Training)
More Young Blacks, Women Among Homeless in Nation
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Homeless
Gov't Resumes Bias Suit Against Yonkers, N.Y.
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Housing (Desegregation), Yonkers (N.Y.) (Housing)
Avowed Racist Indicted in Larry Flynt Shooting
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Joseph Paul Franklin, Larry Flynt
Lerone Bennett Feted at World's Fair Ceremony; Soft Sheen's Ed Gardner Gets Recognition Award
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Louisiana World Exposition (1984), Blacks (History, Exhibitions)
LaToya Jackson to Host New Video Music Program
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LaToya Jackson (American singer)
Watergate Figures Made Million$; Wills $2,000
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Frank Wills, Watergate case
NAACP Invests in Big Firms to Combat Abuse
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Blacks (Employment), Black stockholders
Rangel Moves to Get Funds for Caribbean Trade Center
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United States (Commerce, Caribbean region), Caribbean region (Commerce, United States)
Black Firm's Alliance with Martin Marietta Gives it Boost; Praised by Mitchell
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Martin Marietta Corp, Maxima Corporation
K.C. Jones Wins 11th Ring Leading Celtics to NBA Title
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K. C. Jones, Boston Celtics (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Championships)
Surgery Ends QB Williams Season; Plus for Daughter
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Doug Williams; 1955-.
Reggie, Carew, Rose Head All-star Nominees for 1984
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Baseball, Professional (All-star games)
N.Y. Heat Fells Peete, But '84 Still a Good Year
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Calvin Peete
Hit Man Proves He's Ready for 4-title Quest
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Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Roberto Duran, Boxing
Jacksons Tour Begins on July 6 in K.C.; Dallas, Jacksonville, Fla., Next
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Jacksons (Musical group)
Della Reese Drove Cabs Before Show Biz Break
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Della Reese; 1931-.
Marvin Gaye's Mother Seeks Divorce from Husband who Slew Him
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Alberta Gay, Marvin Gay, Divorce
Gladys Knight & the Pips: Superfest Hits Road with Hottest Stars
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Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc, Music and industry, Black music, Rock concerts

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