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Publisher John H. Johnson Receives 1992 'Africa's Future Award' from UNICEF.
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John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher.); 1918-2005, UNICEF, Africa's Future Award
Rev. Jackson Holds Summit Meeting; Clinton Blasts Rap Star Sister Souljah
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Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Sister Souljah (American rap singer and novelist.), National Rainbow Coalition, Race relations in rap music
Minority Auto Dealers Meet with Lawmakers to Urge Federal Assistance
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National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers, Black automobile dealers (Federal aid)
Sailor Ends 27,000-mile Voyage Around the World
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Bill Pinkney (American cosmetics and construction industries executive and yachtsman.), Project Commitment, Voyages around the world
Store Chains Ban Magic's AIDS Book But He Says Customers Should Decide
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Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, K Mart Corp, Walgreen Co, AIDS (Disease) literature (Censorship), AIDS (Disease) education
President Bush Tackles Environmental Problems at Summit in Brazil
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George Bush; 1924- (Visit to Brazil), United Nations Conference on Environment and Development
Ice-T's Controversial Record Triggers Boycott
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Ice-T (American rapper and actor.), Time Warner Inc, Boycott, Race relations in rap music, Police brutality in rap music
Kid 'n Play's Film, 'Class Act,' Boosts Self-esteem Through Lots of Laughs
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Kid 'n Play (Musical group)
Class Act
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Randall Miller (Reviews), Class act (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Congress Releases Works of Black Photographer to Harlem Arts Center
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Richard Saunders, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, United States Information Agency

Ben Vereen Critical After Being Hit by Truck Driven by Show Biz Acquaintance
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Ben Vereen (American actor, singer and dancer.), David Foster (Canadian recording producer and composer.), Malibu (Calif.) (Traffic accidents)
Blacks to Get 50[percent] of NYC Dem Confab Business Contracts
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Democratic national conventions (1992), Black business enterprises, New York (N.Y.) (Municipal contracts)
Doctors Separate Twin Babies Joined at Chest
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Conjoined twins
'Father of the Year' Pleads Guilty to Endangering Minors
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Kodzo Dobosu, Father of the Year Awards, Child molesting, Adoption and adopted children, New York (N.Y.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Comedienne Marsha Warfield Honors 15 Chicago Students
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Marsha Warfield; 1955-., Scholarships and fellowships, Chicago (Ill.) (Education), South Side (Chicago, Ill.)
Private Firm Hired to Run 9 Baltimore Public Schools
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Education Alternatives Inc, Baltimore (Md.) (Education, Privatization)
Russian Granddaughter of Black who Moved to U.S.S.R. Graduates from UDC.
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Anastasia Mensah, William B. Davis, Foreign students (United States), Russians (Education, United States), Blacks (Soviet Union)
CFL Ottawa Rough Riders Ink Banned Dexter Manley
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Dexter Manley (American football player.); 1959-, Canadian Football League
Chicago Bulls Repeat as NBA World Champs
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Basketball, Professional (Championships)
Amazing 8-year-old Ice Skater Wins 59 First Place Honors in Two Years
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Melissa Dortch, Figure skating (Women, Competitions)
MCA Signs Multi-million Deal with Uptown Records
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Andre Harrell (American record industry executive.), MCA Inc, Uptown Records (Firm)
Obituary
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Larry Riley
Actor Larry Riley, 39, Dies of AIDS in Burbank, Calif
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Larry Riley, AIDS (Disease) and celebrities

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