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Jackson Ends Primary Season, Earns Place in U.S. History
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Presidential primaries (1988)
NAACP Dedicates Library in Honor of Henry Moon
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Henry Lee Moon; 1901-1985, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Libraries and blacks
Rockford, Ill., Woman to Share a Third of $35 Million Lotto Prize
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Ollie Carter, Lottery winners
Single Welfare Mother Earns M.D. in Chicago
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Carmen Hudson-White, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, Single mothers (Education)
Obituary
18
James Goodrich; d. 1988
Houston Woman Hits Ali with Paternity Suit
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Barbara Mensah, Muhammad Ali; 1942-., Paternity
Critics of Mormon Religion Question "revelation" that Gave Blacks More Rights
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Mormon Church (Blacks)
Tony Dorsett Gets Wish, Traded to Denver Broncos
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Tony Dorsett; 1954-.
Barkley Shocks Hit Man with 3rd Round Knockout
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Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Iran Barkley, Boxing
Tyson's Mother-in-law Sues Winfield Over VD.
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Dave Winfield; 1951-., Ruth Roper, Sexually transmitted diseases

Obituary
18
Walter Coleman; d. 1988
Morehouse, Spelman Prom 40 Years After Boycott by Martin Luther King's Class
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Morehouse College, Spelman College, Proms (Dances)
Ali Claims Crowds Cause Slurring, Not Brain Damage
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Muhammad Ali; 1942-., Parkinson's disease
Mays Denies Charging $10 for His Autograph; Book Store Takes Blame
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Willie Mays; 1931-., Autographs
20 Years of Black Music
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Jet (Periodical), Black music (Sound recordings)
750 Million Worldwide Hear Rock Concert that Honors Nelson Mandela
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Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Freedomfest concert, 1988

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