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Minister Louis Farrakhan Sets the Record Straight about His Relationship with Malcolm X.
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Louis Farrakhan (American Black Muslim leader.); 1933-, Malcolm X (American civil rights leader.); 1925-1965
Chicago City Council Votes to Urge Congress to Consider Slavery Reparations
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Chicago (Ill.) City Council, Slavery (Reparations)
Dr. C. Eric Lincoln, Renowned Professor, Author and Expert on Black Church, Dies at 75
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Charles Eric Lincoln; 1924-2000
Two Ex-Klansmen Charged with 1963 Church Bombing that Killed Four Girls
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Bobby Frank Cherry, Thomas E. Blanton, Ku Klux Klan, Birmingham (Ala.) bombing, 1963, Criminal justice, Administration of (Alabama)
White Ex-cop Sentenced to 7-15 Years for 1992 Death of Black Motorist Malice Green in Detroit
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Walter Budzyn, Malice Wayne Green, Larry Nevers, Police brutality, Trials (Michigan), Trials (Murder), Detroit (Mich.) (Police)
The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Says He Will Use the Name Prince Once Again
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Prince
Help Your Kids Live Healthier, Longer by Teaching Good Eating Habits Now
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Children (Nutrition)
Pairing Up with a Partner Can Improve Your Workout
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Exercise
Timberwolves Guard Malik Sealy Dies in Car Crash
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Malik Sealy; 1970-2000, Souksangouane Phengsene, Minnesota Timberwolves (Basketball team), Saint Louis Park (Minn.) (Traffic accidents)
African, Caribbean Clothing Market in U.S. to Expand Thanks to New Trade Act
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Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Clothing (Export-import trade), United States (Commerce, Caribbean region, Africa), Caribbean region (Commerce, United States), Africa (Commerce, United States)

Black Enterprise Magazine's Top Black Firms Gross $16.02 Billion
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Black enterprise (Periodical), Black business enterprises
Coca-Cola Announces 5-year, $1 Billion Plan to Improve, Promote Business with Minorities
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Coca-Cola Company, Workplace diversity, Blacks (Employment), Blacks in the soft drink industry
Dick Gregory Talks about His Fight with Cancer
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Dick Gregory; 1932-., Lymphoma
DMX Gives $220,000 to Save New York Church
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DMX (American rapper.), Black churches (Finance), Pentecostal churches, Yonkers (N.Y.) (Religion)

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