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Commission Reports Minorities Penalized in 2000 Election; Calls for Probe by Justice Dept
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Mary Frances Berry (American historian, civil rights leader and government official.), United States Commission on Civil Rights, Presidential elections (2000), Elections (Florida), Blacks (Political activities)
Black Leaders Urge Bush to Declare War on AIDS.
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AIDS (Disease) and blacks, Blacks (Health and hygiene), Medical research (Federal aid)
Why Whites Embrace Black Culture
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Blacks (Culture), Whites (Attitudes), United States (Popular culture)
Popular Gospel Singer Donnie McClurkin Ordained as Pastor
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Donnie McClurkin, Black clergy
Coca-cola Racial Bias Settlement Nears End
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Coca-Cola Company (Suits and claims), Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Celebrities Inspire the Graduating Class of 2001
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Commencement addresses, Black celebrities
Spelman College's First Japanese Graduate Gives Thanks to Ebony Magazine
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Nao Ayabe, Ebony (Periodical), Japanese (Education, United States), Foreign students (United States)
Ex-San Francisco 49er Jerry Rice Signs New Deal Across the Bay with Oakland Raiders
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Jerry Rice; 1962-., Oakland Raiders (Football team)
Laila Ali Victorious in Battle Against Jacqui Frazier-Lyde
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Laila Ali (American boxer and daughter of Mohammad Ali.); 1977-, Jacqui Frazier-Lyde (American boxer, lawyer and daughter of Joe Frazier.), Boxing (Women)
Hitmakers Reveal the Secret Formula to Making a Hit Song
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Blacks in the music industry, Blacks in the recording industry, Black music (Sound recordings)

Diane Watson Wins House Seat of Late Julian Dixon; Becomes 15th Black Woman Serving in U.S. Congress
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Diane Watson (American congresswoman.); 1933-, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Politics and government)
New Senate Majority Leader Promises to Hold Hearings on D.C. Voting Rights
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Thomas Daschle, Suffrage, Representative government and representation, Washington (D.C.) (Politics and government)

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