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Civil Rights Bill Gets OK from House, Senate
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United States Congress Senate (Voting), Civil Rights Act of 1990
Marshall Left as Court's Liberal Leader After the Resignation of Brennan
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William J. Brennan (Jr., American Supreme Court justice.), Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, United States Supreme Court
'Silent' Hiker Speaks to Celebrate Earth Day
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John Francis (American environmentalist.), Earth Day
1st Black Air Force Attache to U.S. Embassy in Moscow Describes 2-year Ordeal
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Lewis Wallace, United States Air Force (Blacks), United States (Diplomatic and consular service, Soviet Union, Armed Forces)
Candace Awards Presented to 10 Outstanding Blacks During New York Ceremony
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Candace Awards
Coca-Cola Awards $130,000 in Scholarships Through Its 'Share the Dream' Sweepstakes
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Coca-Cola Company, Black History Month, Blacks (Scholarships)
Rep. Stokes Honors Student Fed. Intelligence Agents
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Louis Stokes; 1925-., Intelligence service (Scholarships and fellowships)
Redskins Manley Put on Hold on Return to NFL.
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Dexter Manley (American football player.); 1959-, Football players (Drug use)
Obituary
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Leon Calvin
Obituary
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Butler Henderson

Judge Rules in Atlanta Skin Color Bias Case
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Tracy L. Morrow, United States Internal Revenue Service, Black government employees (Dismissal), Blacks (Race identity), Black women (Employment)
Alabama Man Executed for Murder Calls Death Penalty Racist; Quotes Dr. King
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Wallace N. Thomas, Electrocution (Capital punishment), Capital punishment (Alabama)
Mayor Dinkins Suffers Eye Injury Inflicted by Tennis Ball Hit by Newark Mayor
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David Dinkins; 1927-., Tennis (Accidents and injuries)
Five Blacks Among Winners of MacArthur Fellowships
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John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Kenney Promises 'new Day' as Mayor of Richmond, Va
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Walter T. Kenney, Richmond (Va.) (Politics and government)
Andrew Young on Runoff Ballot in Bid to Become First Black Ga. Governor
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Andrew Young; 1932-., Georgia (Politics and government)
Motown Records Founder Berry Gordy Weds Before Stars in Santa Barbara
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Berry Gordy (Jr.)
Quincy Jones Launches New Venture with Hollywood Bash
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Quincy Jones (American composer and record producer.); 1933-, Quincy Jones Entertainment
Spike Lee Admits to Some Squabbles with Sister on 'Mo Better Blues' Set
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Joie Lee
'Mo Better Blues
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Spike Lee (Reviews), Mo' better blues (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Denise Nicholas: 'Ghost Dad' Star Tells of Experience with Ghost of Slain Sister
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Michele Burgen (murdered journalist and half-sister of Denise Nicholas.), Denise Nicholas (American actress.), Murder, Ghosts, New York (N.Y.) (Crime)

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