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Black Ill. Welfare Workers Share $15 Mil. Settlement
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Blacks (Employment), Public welfare (Illinois), Black social workers
Chicago Mayor Supports Jesse Jackson's Candidacy
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Harold Washington (American mayor.); 1922-1987, Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Killer Carved Good Rape on Body of Woman Set to Testify in a Rape Trial
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Vanessa Renee Brown, Murder, Rape, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Crime)
Alleged Cocaine Dealer is Indicted in Killing of Female Cop in Chicago
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Dorelle C. Brandon, Black policewomen, Drug trafficking, Chicago (Ill.) (Police)
Black Firms Bid for Money-making Cable TV License in Washington
13
Cable television, Black
Carmen Turner Tells how She Keeps Wheels Rolling as D.C. Mass Transit Head
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Carmen E. Turner, Washington (D.C.) (Transit systems)
Budget Woes Could Mean No Trial in Case of 19 Miracle Valley Defendants
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Christ Miracle Healing Center and Church, Miracle Valley (Ariz.) (Religion)
Sims Satisfied with Court Order to Stay in Detroit
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Billy Sims
All-star Cub Pitcher Gets New Pact, to Start Family
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Lee Smith (American baseball player.)
Scoring Titles OK, But Ice Wants NBA Championship
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George Gervin; 1952-.

Obituary
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Avon Long
Thriller Video Brings Fame to Co-star Ola Ray
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Ola Ray; 1960-., Rock videos
Harvard's Sara Lightfoot Only Black Named Among 22 MacArthur Fellows
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Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Harvard University Graduate School of Education
Historic S.C. School Now on Brink of Bankruptcy
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Blacks (Education), Education (South Carolina)
Chicago State to Exchange Students with Liberians
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Chicago State University, Student exchange programs
Handsome Twins Bring Double Delight to Ebony Fashion Fair
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Rod Fuller, Ron Fuller
Oral History Series of Former Black Ambassadors Given to Schomburg Center
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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Oral history, Black ambassadors
Ex-all-star Willie Horton Seeks Bankruptcy Relief
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Willie Horton, Bankruptcy
Leonard Resumes Training for Comeback; Foes Will Have No Pity on His Eyes
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Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
Maid Role Again Boosts Only Black Oscar Nominee
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Alfre Woodard (American actress.), Academy Awards
Mr. T: Tough and Tender in Barbara Walters TV Interview
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Mr. T (American wrestler and actor.); 1952-, Barbara Walters (American television newscaster.); 1931-
Kim and Chip Fields: Daughter and Mother on TV's Facts of Life
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Chip Fields, Kim Fields
The Facts of Life
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Facts of life (Television program) (Reviews)

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