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Two Civil Rights Allies Seek Same Congress Seat
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Julian Bond (American civil rights leader.); 1940-, John Lewis (American congressman.); 1940-, Georgia (Politics and government)
King Wins, Abernathy Defeated in Elections
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Martin Luther King (III); 1957-, Ralph David Abernathy (III, American state legislator and son of clergyman and civil rights leader Ralph D. Abernathy.), Georgia (Politics and government)
'English-only' is 'backward' Step Calif. Solon Brown Says
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Willie Lewis Brown (Jr.), Bilingualism, English language, California (Languages)
Mystery Clouds Arrest of Stokely Carmichael in Nation of Guinea
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Kwame Ture; 1941-1998, Political prisoners (Guinea)
SCLC Starts New Attack on Poverty, Cites Florida
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Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Blacks (Economic conditions)
N.Y. Officials Pay Less Rent Than Welfare Folk
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Public welfare (New York (State)), Housing (New York (State)), New York (State) (Employees)
Condo Sales Rise After Black Politico Moves Out
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John Wesley Winters; 1920-., Condominiums, Blacks (Housing), Raleigh (N.C.) (Housing)
Sen. Lived in House that Forbade Resale to Blacks
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Joseph R. Biden (American senator.), Blacks (Housing), Housing (Delaware)
Lawyers at National Bar Assn. Confab Urged to Guard Civil Rights
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National Bar Association, Blacks (Civil rights)
Seniors Active in Church Get More Out of Life
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Aged (Religious life)

Last of MOVE Fire Victims Return to Homes in Philly
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MOVE (Organization), Blacks (Housing), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Housing)
Essex County, N.J., Gets First Black Prosecutor
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Herbert H. Tate (Jr.), Essex County (N.J.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Atty. Gilliam is Named to N.Y. State Transport Post
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Reginald Gilliam, New York (State) Dept. of Transportation
CSU Exhibits 'living Gallery' of Black Art in Home of President
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Arthur E. Thomas, Central State University (Ohio), Art, Black (Exhibitions)
Spelman President Takes Key Post at College Board
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Donald M. Stewart (American college president.); 1938-, College Entrance Examination Board
Prof. Blasts Educators and Blacks for Athletes Lack of Academic Ability
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Black athletes (Education), College athletics (Ethical aspects)
Texas A&M Prof Named Kellogg Foundation Fellow
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Julia V. Clark, W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Scholarships and fellowships
Va. Pregnant Moms Taken for a Ride by Hospital
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Hospitals (Maternity care), Poor (Medical care), Fredericksburg (Va.) (Hospitals)
Suicide by the Elderly Up, Black Much Lower
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Blacks (Suicide), Aged (Suicide)
Children of Drug Users Face Serious Disabilities
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Children of drug addicts
Handy Home, Carver Museum Now Landmarks
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Blacks (History, Alabama), Historic houses, sites, etc (Alabama)
Cosby, Brimmer, Winfrey Among USA's Most Polite
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Courtesy
Selma Honors Alabama Millionaire A. G. Gaston
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A. G. Gaston (American banker, insurance executive and real estate investor.), Booker T. Washington Insurance Company, Blacks (Awards)
1st Black on Bessemer Council May Lead to Majority Rule in Ala. City
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Bessie Pippens, Bessemer (Ala.) (Politics and government)
Ray Charles Slated for Kennedy Center Honor
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Ray Charles, Kennedy Center Honors
Md. Juror Says Basketball Team 'looks Pretty Clean'.
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Len Bias; 1963-1986, University of Maryland, College Park, Cocaine, Basketball players (Drug use)
Bears Loosen Their Belt, Expand The Fridge's Limit
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William Perry
Dorsett on Fire Over Cowboys Deal with Walker
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Tony Dorsett (American football player.); 1954-, Herschel Walker (American football player.)
Edwin Moses Extends Win Streak to 115 in Budapest
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Edwin Moses; 1955-., Hurdle racing
Injured Star Dupree Goes to Court for $4.5 Million
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Marcus Dupree, Football, Professional (Accidents and injuries)
Wichita Cager Charged with Damaging Motel Door
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Gus Santos, Basketball, College (Ethical aspects)
QB Doug Williams Listens to Offer from Redskins
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Doug Williams; 1955-.
Undefeated and Unknown, But IBF Boxing Champion Murphy Keeps His Chin Up
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Lee Roy Murphy
Bill Cosby's 'I Love My Wife' Party
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Camille Cosby
Sammy Davis Uses New Conductor in Los Angeles
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Sammy Davis (Jr.)
Esther Rolle Marketing New Black Rag Dolls
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Esther Rolle (American actress.); 1920-1998, Black dolls
Whitney Houston Headlines Her First Tour Across the Country
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Whitney Houston
Wonder Tells why He Has Stuck with Motown
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Motown Productions
Marsalis Still a Success with His New Jazz Band
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Wynton Marsalis

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