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Rep. Ford Indicted and Says He Will Fight Charges
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Harold Ford; 1945-., Political corruption (Tennessee)
Hold Georgia Physician in Death of White Patient
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Vincent Derek Mallory, Shelby Fields, Murder, Fort Valley (Ga.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Alice Bond, Carmen Butler Meet Before Magistrate to Argue Battery Charge
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Alice Bond, Julian Bond; 1940-., Cocaine, Assault and battery, Politicians (Drug use), Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Dr. Leroy Keith Elected New Morehouse President
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Leroy Keith, Morehouse College
Spelman College Names 1st Black Woman President
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Johnnetta B. Cole, Spelman College
Abortion More Precious Than $20 Mil. Grant: Wattleton
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Faye Wattleton, United States Agency for International Development, Family Planning International Assistance, Abortion (Developing countries), Birth control (Developing countries)
Black Areas Often Used for Toxic Waste Dumps
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Hazardous waste sites, Blacks and the environment
N.Y. Sax Player Labeled Criminal in Daily News in Case of Mistaken Identity
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Darryl Foster, Daily news (New York, N.Y.), Miscarriage of justice, Blacks (Press coverage), Crime and criminals (Press coverage)
Black Wins Case Against Pennsylvania State Police; Will Receive $485,000
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Russell Clanagan, Miscarriage of justice, Police (Pennsylvania), Black police
Baseball is Big Bucks Business for Black Stars
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Black baseball players (Salaries)

Leonard is Lionized on Capitol Hill as Guest of Kan. Sen. Robert Dole
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Robert J. Dole; 1923-., Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-., Government entertaining
Black Mayors Put Money, Jobs Above Racism Concerns
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Black mayors (Attitudes)
Minn. Bible College Jock Says He was Expelled for Dating White Girl There
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Calvin Addison (Jr.), Pillsbury Baptist Bible College, Interracial dating, Church colleges and universities (Race relations)
Air Force's Randolph is Tabbed for 4-star General
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Bernard P. Randolph, United States Air Force (Blacks)
Detroit Man First Black to Chair Bar Division
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Gregory Reed, State Bar of Michigan
Kim Fields Sues Ex-agent in a Contract Dispute
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Kim Fields, Theatrical agents (Suits and claims)
Perkins Makes 1st Public Protest Against S. Africa
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Edward J. Perkins (American diplomat.), Apartheid, United States (Diplomatic and consular service, South Africa)
UNCF Founder Patterson to Get Presidential Honor
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Frederick D. Patterson (American college president and veterinarian.), United Negro College Fund, Medal of Freedom
'The Cosby Show' Goes to Spelman College for the Season Finale
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Spelman College
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)
Drug Charges Lose Steam as Suns' Trio Pass Tests
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Phoenix Suns (Basketball team), Drug abuse (Testing), Basketball players (Drug use)
Hagler Belted by New Loss--a Champ No More
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-.
Dr. J Goes Out on Top, But Raps Parade Violence
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Julius Erving; 1950-., Philadelphia (Pa.) (Parades)
Navy Tackles McCallum, and Checks Robinson
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Napoleon McCallum, David Robinson; 1965-., United States Navy (Blacks)
'Dizzy', 'Chubby' Enshrined on Music 'Walk of Fame'.
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Walk of Fame (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Spike Lee Filming Banned at Alma Mater in Atlanta
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Spike Lee, Morehouse College, Blacks in motion pictures
Redd Foxx Makes First Film-for-TV 'Ghost of a Chance'.
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Redd Foxx (American comedian.)
Ghost of a Chance
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Ghost of a chance (Television program) (Reviews)
Celebrities Salute Their Mothers on 'Mother's Day'.
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Mother's Day, Black celebrities' families

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