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Clinton Remains Popular with Black Voters
Bill Clinton; 1946- (Public relations), Blacks (Political activities)
Study Shows Huge Gap in Attitudes of Blacks and Whites on Race Relations
Public opinion, United States (Race relations)
Chinese-American Edges Out Black for Key Justice Department Civil Rights Post
Bill Lann Lee (American lawyer and government official.), United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division
HUD Awards First $668,000 for Burned-out Churches
United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Black church burnings (Federal aid)
Elmer 'Geronimo' Pratt Released from Prison After 27 Years
Elmer Geronimo Pratt (American revolutionary.), Black Panther Party, Criminal justice, Administration of (California), Miscarriage of justice, Murder
Mother and Her Two Daughters Graduate from College on Same Day
Valerie Williams, Governors State University, Black women college graduates
Bill Cosby and Wife, Camille, Had Plans to Give Son, Ennis, His Own School
Ennis Cosby; 1969-1997 (Murder), Bill Cosby; 1937-.
Chicago Principal Refuses to Share Cruise with Black Students
Luis Molina (American school principal.), Gangs, Hispanic Americans and blacks, School cruises, Middle schools (Race relations), Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
Wealthy N.J. Town Approves Housing for Poor Named in Honor of Late Activist who Fought for it
Ethel R. Lawrence, Poor (Housing), Mount Laurel (N.J.) (Housing)
Chicago Woman Becomes City's First Black Woman Mounted Police Officer
Dawn Peter, Mounted police, Black policewomen, Chicago (Ill.) (Police)

Bill Jones, Popular Freelance Photographer, in Critical Condition After Attack in L.A.
Bill Jones (American photographer.), Assault and battery, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Rasheda Ali, Daughter of Muhammad Ali, Weds Robert Walsh in Chicago
Rasheda Ali-Walsh (American actress and daughter of boxer Muhammad Ali.), Muhammad Ali (American boxer.); 1942-
Washington, D.C., Teen Wins Girl Scouts' Highest Honor for Project on Military Heroes' Grave Sites
Tiffiany Howard Padgett, Girl Scouts of the United States of America, Arlington National Cemetery (Va.), United States (Armed Forces, Blacks, History)
O.J. Says Kids and Loyal Friends Keep Him Going
O. J. Simpson; 1947-.
Jordan, Pippen and Kerr Lead Chicago Bulls to Fifth NBA Championship
Scottie Pippen (American basketball player.), Steve Kerr (basketball player.), Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Utah Jazz (Basketball team), Chicago Bulls (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Championships)
Candi Staton Comes Back on Scene with New Gospel Album
Candi Staton, Gospel music

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