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Mayor Washington Wins Historic Second Term
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Harold Washington; 1922-1987, Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
College Board Prexy Says Reagan's Ed. Policy Hurts Minority Students Most
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Donald M. Stewart (American college president.); 1938-, Student aid, Black college students
Recruitment Drives Seek to Attract Black Students
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Black colleges and universities (Student recruiting)
Allen University: the Best Choice for the Best Future
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Allen University
CSU Celebrates 100th Year, Pays Tribute to Dr. Charles H. Wesley
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Charles Harris Wesley (American historian and university president.); 1891-1987, Central State University (Ohio)
Jury Awards $900,000 to Black Female Officer in Detroit Police Case
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Cheryl Gomez-Preston, Black policewomen, Sexual harassment of policewomen, Detroit (Mich.) (Police)
White Man Gets 6 Years for Arson to Blacks' Home
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Keith Falk, Arson, Chicago (Ill.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
White Cop Cleared in Choke Hold Death of Black Man
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David D'Agresta, Police brutality, Tampa (Fla.) (Police)
Racist Remarks Spark Push for Black Execs
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Al Campanis, Black baseball managers, Discrimination in sports
Sweet Smell of Success May Keep Sugar Swinging
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.

Lincoln's 1st Woman Prexy is Ready to Lead School Into the 21st Century
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Niara Sudarkasa, Lincoln University (Pa.)
Morris Brown College Has More Than Proud Tradition
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Morris Brown College
Texas Southern University Resolves Urban Woes
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Texas Southern University
Benjamin Banneker Honors College at Prairie View A&M Offers Wide Range of Studies
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Prairie View A & M University Benjamin Banneker Honors College
Saint Augustine's College Still 'gate of Opportunity'.
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St. Augustine's College
Book Series on King's Life Slated for 1990: Mrs. King
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, University of California Press
Miller Named 1st Black Pres. of the American College of Surgeons S. Calif. Chapter
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Ross M. Miller (Jr.), American College of Surgeons
Minority Business with Gov. Hit Record Level in 1986
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Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
Roy Roberts Gets Top Personnel Post at GM.
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Roy S. Roberts (American investment manager.), General Motors Corp, Blacks in the automobile industry
Nobel Winner Will Accept a Morehouse Degree Only
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Wole Soyinka (Nigerian dramatist, poet and novelist.), Morehouse College, Degrees, Honorary
Reagan Puts Black Progress on Hold, Alex Haley Says
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Alex Haley (American biographer, historian and journalist.); 1921-1992, Blacks (Civil rights)
Arthur Ashe Raps Role Sports Plays in Society
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Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Sports (Social aspects)
Aretha Franklin Finds Happiness with New Love in Her Life
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Aretha Franklin, Willie Wilkerson
Stars Shined for Sugar But Most Bet on Hagler
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Boxing, Black celebrities (Sports)
Hagler Retires to Privacy, Decision Forces Rematch
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-.
USFL Blitz Ordered to Pay QB Evans $1.6 Million
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Vince Evans, United States Football League, Football players (Salaries)
National Golf Group Sets Minority College Tourney
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National Negro Golf Association, Golf, College (Tournaments), Black colleges and universities
S.C. State, UAPB Name New Men's Basketball Coaches
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Cyrus Alexander, Steve Smith, Basketball, College
Eight Champs Headline Atlanta's Karatemania II.
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Karate (Competitions)
Julian Bond's Wife Accuses Him of Using Drugs Daily; She Later Recants Story
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Julian Bond; 1940-., Politicians (Drug use), Cocaine
Kim Fields Sues Ex-agent in a Contract Dispute
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Kim Fields, Theatrical agents (Suits and claims)
Obituary
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Maxine Sullivan; 1911-1987
Motown Returns to Classic LPs to Old Music Format
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Motown Productions
'Raisin' Doesn't Typify Black Family Life: Rolle
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Esther Rolle (American actress.); 1920-1998, Black family in drama
Belafonte Testifies on Behalf of UNICEF.
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Harry Belafonte (American singer and actor.), UNICEF
A Raisin in the Sun
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Lorraine Hansberry (American dramatist); 1930-1965 (Reviews)

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