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House OKs Bill Restoring Anti-discrimination Laws
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United States Congress House (Voting), Civil Rights Act of 1984
Bradley, Goode Discuss V.p. Spot with Mondale
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, Vice-presidential candidates (1984)
Jackson's Humanity Pleas a Success in C. America, Cuba
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Political prisoners (Cuba), United States (Foreign relations, Caribbean region, Cuba), Caribbean region (Foreign relations, United States), Cuba (Foreign relations, United States)
UNCF Announces Plan to Sponsor New York's Ebony Fashion Fair
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United Negro College Fund
1,000 Friends, Relatives Gather in Louisville for Benboe-Awkard Nuptials
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A. Russell Awkard
Banks: Triple Jump's Big Showman Likes Applause
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Willie Banks, Triple jumping
Years of Hard Training Pay Off for Flo Hyman on Olympic Volleyball Team
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Flo Hyman (American volleyball player.); 1954-1986, Volleyball (Women, Tournaments), Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
After Trial Run Victory Carl Lewis Comfortable with 4-gold-medal Shot
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Carl Lewis (American sprinter and long jumper.); 1961-, Track and field athletics, Long jumping
Edwin Moses, 13 Steps to 102-victory Streak Takes it Race by Race
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Edwin Moses; 1955-., Hurdle racing
Breland Leads U.S. Team on Olympic Gold Quest; Has Boxing Career Set
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Mark Breland (American boxer and actor.)

Tom Bradley: Los Angeles Mayor Welcomes Athletes to USA Olympics
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Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.), Black athletes, Olympic athletes
Tom Bradley: Los Angeles Mayor Welcomes Athletes to USA Olympics
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998
Hospital, Airport Plan Health Care Facility to Aid Olympic Travelers
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Los Angeles (Calif.) (Health facilities)
Sports Expert Edwards Pushed for '68 Boycott, Predicted Russian Pullout
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Harry Edwards, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Boycott)
Continuing the Tradition: Black Women in Olympics
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Black women athletes, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.), Olympic athletes
Injuries Hamper Ashford; 'world's Fastest Woman' Going for Gold Medal Fame
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Evelyn Ashford; 1957-., Track and field athletics (Women), Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Cheeseborough's Experience Brings Her Closer to Gold
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Chandra Cheeseborough, Track and field athletics (Women)
Carol Lewis Thinks Gold and Jumps for Records
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Carol Lewis, Long jumping
Hortense Bradley Speaks for 1984 Olympic's Communications World
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Hortense Bradley
Hortense Bradley Speaks for 1984 Olympic's Communications World; Jet, Ebony Staffers Join 8,000 Covering Olympiad
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Sports journalism, Black journalists
Westbrook is America's Top Contender in Fencing
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Peter Westbrook; 1952-., Fencing (Tournaments)
Five Blacks Wrestle Their Way to Olympics
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Wrestling (Tournaments)
Black Coach Pinpoints Pressure for Olympians
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Brooks Johnson
1984 Track and Field Olympic Team Members
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Track and field athletics
McKay, the Muhammad Ali of Track, Goes for Gold
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Antonio McKay, Track and field athletics
Hall of Fame Enshrines Nine Black U.S. Olympians
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U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame
The Feeding of Olympic Appetites Proves to be One Monumental Task
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Faye Clarke, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Food service)
Norton, Others Licensed to Sell Games' Tourist Items; Hope to Make Big Profits
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Black business enterprises, Business and sports
Blacks Part of Group to House Olympic Guests
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Los Angeles (Calif.) (Housing)
Ebony Jr! Has Olympic Stories for Youngsters
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Ebony jr. (Periodical)
The Jeffersons
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Jeffersons (Television program) (Reviews)
Jeffersons Star Sees Show Running for at Least 3 More Years in Prime Time
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Isabel Sanford
Olympic Arts Festival Full of Black Activities
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Olympic Arts Festival; 1984, Arts, Black
Role in Ghostbusters Gave Ernie Hudson Chance to Play Positive Character
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Ernie Hudson

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