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Clinton Proposes $10 Million Program to Analyze Effects of Racism
Bill Clinton; 1946-., Race discrimination, United States (Race relations)
Black Workers at Merck Pharmaceutical Co. Sue Citing Alleged Bias at Pennsylvania Plant
Merck & Co., Inc, Blacks (Employment), Blacks in the drug industry
Tyson Receives One-year Jail Sentence on Assault Charge
Mike Tyson; 1966-., Assault and battery, Sentences (Criminal procedure) (Maryland), Gaithersburg (Md.) (Traffic accidents)
Chicago Man on Death Row for 16 Years Released After Another Admits to Murders
Anthony Porter (death row inmate.), Alstory Simon, David Protess (American journalist and social activist.), Medill School of Journalism, Miscarriage of justice, Criminal justice, Administration of (Illinois), Murder, Chicago (Ill.) (Crime, History)
White NY Cops Shoot 41 Times and Kill Unarmed Black Man
Amadou Diallo (Guinean street vendor and victim of police shooting); 1975-1999 (Police brutality)
Father of 7 Children by 6 Women, Shawn Kemp Admits 'wrong'; Says He'll Live Up to His Responsibilities
Shawn Kemp (American basketball player.); 1969-, Cleveland Cavaliers (Basketball team), Illegitimacy, Basketball players (Sexual behavior), Support (Domestic relations)
White Virginia Man Sentenced to Life in Black Man's Burning and Beheading
Emmett Cressell, Garnett Paul Johnson, Sentences (Criminal procedure) (Virginia), Trials (Virginia), Trials (Murder), Elk Creek (Va.) (Crime)
Race Remains Most Frequent Motive for Hate Crimes: FBI Report
Hate crimes, United States (Race relations)
Aging Parents Say Their Adult Children Do Not Help Them, Study Says
Aged (Family relationships, Care and hygiene)
Living Together Doesn't Increase Chances of Having Good Marriage
Unmarried couples, Marriage

Sarah 'Sadie' Delany, 109, Subject of Best-selling Memoir and Broadway Play, Dies
Sadie Delany (American science teacher.)
Harry Gibson, 85, Retired Supreme Life Insurance Co. Exec, Dies
Harry Herndon Caulder Gibson; 1913-1999
Michael Jordan Launches $5 Million Education Grant Program for Teachers in Poor Areas
Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Nike Inc, Jordan Fundamentals (Program), Education (Washington (D.C.))
Dr. Bernard Franklin Named New Virginia Union Univ. President
Bernard W. Franklin, Virginia Union University
Stock Market Whiz, 6, Speaks Out on Children and Social Security
Reginald Anderson, Social security
Magic Johnson's Wife, Cookie, Celebrates 40th Birthday
Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, Cookie Johnson (wife of American basketball player Earvin "Magic" Johnson.), Birthday parties
Dickerson, Taylor, Newsome Elected to 1999 NFL Hall of Fame Class
Ozzie Newsome (American football player and executive.); 1956-, Eric Dickerson (American football player.); 1960-, Lawrence Taylor (American football player.); 1959-, Pro Football Hall of Fame
Jarrett Payton, Son of NFL Great, Decides to Play Football at University of Miami
Jarrett Payton; 1980-., University of Miami (Football)
Football Great Walter Payton Battles Rare Disease; Needs Liver Transplant
Walter Payton; 1954-1999, Liver (Transplantation), Primary sclerosing cholangitis
Funny Valentines
Funny valentines (Television program) (Reviews)
Free of Eden
Sidney Poitier (American actor and film director.), Sydney Tamiia Poitier (American actress and daughter of Sidney Poitier.), Free of Eden (Television program) (Reviews)

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