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Black Women With Bachelor's Degrees Earn More Than White Counterparts: Study
Black women college graduates (Employment), Black women executives (Salaries), United States (Census)
Rev. Al Sharpton Asks FCC To Punish Violent Rappers
Al Sharpton (American clergyman and political activist.); 1954-, United States Federal Communications Commission, Violence, Rap music (Lyrics, Censorship)
Study Shows Low Graduation Rates For Black NCAA Basketball Players; Rev. Jesse Jackson Blames Schools
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Basketball, High school, Blacks (Education), Black athletes (Education)
National Newspaper Publishers Assn. Foundation Presents Honors During Annual Black Press Week Event
Barack Obama (American president); 1961- (Awards), National Newspaper Publishers Association
This Week In Black History
Matthew Alexander Henson (American arctic explorer.); 1866-1955, Percy L. Julian (American chemist.); 1899-1975, George Washington Carver (American botanist.); 1864?-1943
The House Of Imagene, Black-Run Shelter For D.C. Homeless, In Jeopardy
Imagene Bigham Stewart (social welfare leader) (Charitable contributions), Abused women, Homeless (Housing), Washington (D.C.) (Homeless)
Nelson Mandela Holds AIDS Benefit Concert In South Africa; Raises $1.6 Million
Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Rock concerts (Benefit performances), AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising, South Africa)
Ex-Raider Marcus Williams Awarded $340,000 After Attack By Teammate In 2003
Marcus Williams (American football player); 1977- (Assault), Oakland Raiders (Football team), Football players (Crimes against), Violence in sports (Football)
Former Pittsburgh Steelers' Pro Linebacker David Little Dies In Weightlifting Accident
David Little (American football player.); 1959-2005
Diahann Carroll And Jennifer Holliday Headline At 'V-103's Expo For Today's Black Woman' In Chicago
Diahann Carroll (American singer and actress.), Jennifer Holliday (American singer.), Black celebrities, Chicago (Ill.) (Social life and customs)

Rep. Charles Rangel Honored By Jackie Robinson Foundation
Charles B. Rangel (American congressman); 1930- (Awards), Jackie Robinson Foundation
Oprah, Prince, Obama Among Stars Saluted at 36th NAACP Image Awards
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Image Awards
Singer Ray W. Pollard Dies Of Cancer
Ray W. Pollard (American rhythm and blues singer.); 1930-2005
Denzel Washington Stars As Brutus On Broadway's 'Julius Caesar'.
Denzel Washington (American actor.), William Shakespeare (English dramatist and poet); 1564-1616

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