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Clinton Orders $6 Mil. for More Cops to Protect Churches
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Police (Southern States), Black church burnings
Jackson Not Seeking Second D.C. Statehood Term
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Statehood (American politics), Washington (D.C.) (Politics and government)
L. Ross Love, VP, Advertising, Procter & Gamble Worldwide, Retires from Company
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L. Ross Love (advertising executive.), Procter & Gamble Co
Black Army Veteran Restored to Rank of Sergeant After 47 Years
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Carlis Calvin, United States Army (Blacks), Servicemen (Discharges), Black veterans
Capitol Hill Launches Drive to Save Life of Ailing Black Man
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Robert Wedge, United States Congress (104th, 2nd session: 1996), Leukemia (Therapy), Donation of organs, tissues, etc, Marrow (Transplantation)
Garfield Hammonds Jr. Serves as Chairman of the Georgia State Pardons and Paroles Board
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Garfield Hammonds, Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles
Blacks Purchasing More Books by Black Authors; Still Few Blacks in Publishing: EEOC Survey
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Blacks in publishing
Commerce Dept. Report Shows Minority Ownership of Radio and Television Stations Remains Low
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Radio stations, Black, Television stations, Black
MaliVai Washington is Runner-up at Wimbledon
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MaliVai Washington, Wimbledon Championships (Tennis tournament)
Blacks Go for the Gold at Atlanta Olympic Games
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Olympic Games, 1996 (Atlanta, Ga.), Black athletes

Supreme Court Refuses to Rule on Race-based College Admissions
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University of Texas at Austin School of Law, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Colleges and universities (Admission), Affirmative action in education, Law schools (Admission), Minority law students
Former Olympian Edwin Moses Says Education Key to His Success
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Edwin Moses; 1955-., Morehouse College, Black athletes (Education), Hurdle racing (History)
Former Gov. Wallace Meets Black Man He Tried to Stop from Entering University of Alabama
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George Corley Wallace; 1919-1998, James A. Hood, University of Alabama, Blacks (Civil rights, History), Colleges and universities (Desegregation)
Ebony and National PTA Join Forces to Help Students Excel
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National PTA (U.S.), Ebony (Periodical), Blacks (Education)
William DeHart Hubbard First Black to Win Gold in an Individual Event
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William DeHart Hubbard, Long jumping (History), Olympic Games, 1996 (Atlanta, Ga.)
Ted 'Double Duty' Radcliffe, Oldest Living Ex-Negro Leaguer, at 94
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Ted Radcliffe (American baseball player.); 1902-2005
Kazaam
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Paul Michael Glaser (Reviews), Kazaam (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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