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High Court Backs Jailing Without Bail; Justice Thurgood Marshall Dissents
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Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Preventive detention
Atlanta Grand Jury Not Questioning Julian Bond in City's Drug Scandal
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Julian Bond; 1940-., Cocaine, Politicians (Drug use), Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
South Boston Club Ends It's Ban Against Blacks
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Rowing (Competitions), Discrimination in sports, Boston (Mass.) (Race relations)
Matthew Henson's Eskimo Son Comes to U.S. for a Reunion with Relatives
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Matthew Alexander Henson (American arctic explorer.); 1866-1955, Ahnahkaq Henson (Amer-Eskimo son of Matthew Alexander Henson.), Peary Expeditions (1886-1909)
Memphis Churches Back Rep. Ford with $100,000
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Harold Ford; 1945-., Political corruption (Tennessee), Religion and politics, Memphis (Tenn.) (Religion)
Black Nashville Youth Killed by Whites Over $2 Vase at Flea Market
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Kerrick Majors; d. 1987, Murder, Nashville (Tenn.) (Crime)
Morgan Replaces Ill Chicago Symphony Conductor Solti
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Michael Morgan (American conductor.), Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Thelonious Monk's Great Nephews Start New Quartet
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Thelonious Monk; 1917-1982, Monk Family (Musical group)
Recipe of the Week
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Cake
NFL 49ers Produce Plan to Promote Black Coaches
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Black football coaches

Reagan Booed, Taylor Cheered at AIDS Benefit
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Ronald Reagan (American president); 1911-2004 (Speeches, addresses, etc), Blood (Testing), AIDS (Disease) (Diagnosis)
Petersburg, Va. Pastor Charged with Alleged Sexual Abuse of 6 Girls
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Clyde L. Johnson (Sr.), Child molesting, Black clergy (Sexual behavior), Petersburg (Va.) (Crime)
Miami Preacher Convicted for Selling Heroin
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Calvin Scott, Black clergy (Crime), Narcotics laws and regulations, Miami (Fla.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
10 Richest Black Colleges
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Black colleges and universities (Finance)
Yale Anti-apartheid Protest
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Yale University, Apartheid, Civil rights demonstrations, Investments, American (South Africa), Student protests, demonstrations, etc
Racial Slur in Yearbook, Sparks Mass. School Probe
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High school yearbooks, High schools (Race relations), Taunton (Mass.) (Education)
Black Appointed to USDA Office; Fourth Director; Massie, Davenport Get High Level Energy Dept. Posts
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Black public officers
Black Appointed to USDA Office; Fourth Director
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Naomi Churchill Earp (American civil rights activist and government official.); 1950-, United States Dept. of Agriculture
Massie, Davenport Get High Level Energy Dept. Posts
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Raymond G. Massie, Lawrence F. Davenport; 1944-., United States Dept. of Energy
Whoopi Sounds Off on Sex, Drugs, Race
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Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.)
Josephine Baker's Adopted Children Sell Her Last Valuables at Public Auction
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Josephine Baker (American actress, singer and dancer); 1906-1975 (Collectibles), Auctions (France)
Barbara Rudd Gross, Ebony Account Exec, New Advertising Group Prexy
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Barbara Rudd Gross, Black women in the advertising industry
Black Woman New Prexy for Ill. Secretary Group
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Elnor B. G. Hickman, Professional Secretaries International
Ray Leonard Retires But Won't Close the Door
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Hagler Hasn't Retired Yet, He's Busy Counting Money
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-.
Champ Sugar Ray Robinson Subject of TV Mini-series
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Sugar Ray Robinson (American boxer.); 1921-1989
Jordan Scores a Point, Encourages Kids to Read
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-
Black Star Leads Women's Volleyball Team to Title
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Rita Crockett, Volleyball, Professional (Women)
Packers Win One, Lose One in Green Bay Sex Cases
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James Lofton, Mossy Cade, Trials (Rape)
Reggie Picks Winfield to Go to Bat for Blacks
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Reggie Jackson; 1946-., Dave Winfield; 1951-., Black baseball managers, Discrimination in sports
Tyson Lives Up to Billing, Stars Help Him Celebrate
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Mike Tyson; 1966-., Boxing
Holmes to Sing at Sands Before Spinks' Big Bout
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Larry Holmes
Vandross Cancels Phoenix Concerts to Protest Ariz. Snubbing of King Holiday
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Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter.), Martin Luther King Day, Arizona (Race relations)
Mr. T Suffers Backlash After Tree-cutting Spree
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Mr. T (American wrestler and actor.); 1952-, Tree felling, Lake Forest (Ill.) (Blacks)
Eddie Murphy Scores Again with 'Beverly Hills Cop II'.
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Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.)
Beverly Hills Cop II.
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Tony Scott (British film director) (Reviews), Beverly Hills cop II (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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