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Wife Effi and Loyal Staff Help Marion Barry Hold on to Leadership in
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Marion Barry; 1936-., Politicians (Drug use), Washington (D.C.) (Politics and government)
White Boston Family Sets Up Scholarship to Ease Racial Tension
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Carol Stuart; d. 1989 (Murder), Charles Stuart, Boston (Mass.) (Race relations)
Rep. Hawkins, 82, Announces Retirement from Congress
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Augustus F. Hawkins (American congressman.); 1907-2007, Congressmen (Retirement)
Portrait of Michael Jackson Sells for Record $2.1 Mil
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Brett-Livingstone Strong; 1953-., Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter); 1958-2009 (Portraits)
Bush Urges All Americans to Rebuke Racism in U.S. Meets with NAACP Execs
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George Bush; 1924- (Press conferences), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, United States (Race relations)
Stallings Splits with Roman Catholics; OKs Lady Priests and Makes Celibacy Optional
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George A. Stallings (Jr.), Schism, Imani Temple African-American Catholic Congregation
NFL Drug Problem Faces Allegations of Racism
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Discrimination in sports, Football players (Drug use), Drug abuse (Testing)
NCAA Tightens Drug Rules for Collegiate Gridders
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National Collegiate Athletic Association, Drug abuse (Testing), Football players (Drug use)
Champion Tyson Floored While Training for Bout
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Mike Tyson; 1966-.
49ers Obliterate Denver for Super Bowl Reprise
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Super Bowl (Football)

FBI Questions Suspect in Mail Bombing Case
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Robert Wayne O'Ferrell, Terrorism (Southern States), Mail bombs, Southern States (Race relations)
Jamarr Inks $multimillion Distribution Pact with the Bi-Lo Store Chain in S.C.
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Bi-Lo, Inc, Jamarr Beauty and Distribution Company
Martin Luther King Named U.S. Most Admired Leader
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, High school students (Attitudes), Leadership
Whites Must Admit Racism for Cure: White Cleric
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Donald Benedict, Church and race relations
Millie Jackson May Curse, But Singer Daughter Doesn't
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Keisha Jackson, Millie Jackson (American singer.), Swearing
Gas Station Attendant Writes Award-winning Song
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Bill Pettaway (Jr.), Rock music (Writing), American Music Awards
Milli Vanilli, Janet Jackson Win Top Music Awards
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American Music Awards
Sinbad Tells why He Keeps His Comedy Clean
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Sinbad

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