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Third Annual Wall Street Project Calls for More Minorities in Corporate America
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Wall Street Project
First Black Speechwriting Director Helps President Prepare His Final State of Union Address
Terry Edmonds, Bill Clinton; 1946- (Appointees, advisers, staff, etc), Speechwriters and speechwriting
Black Doctors Charge HMOs with Discrimination
National Medical Association, Health maintenance organizations (Relations with physicians), Discrimination in medicine
Surgeon General's New Plan Calls for Eliminating Racial Disparities in Health
David Satcher (American surgeon general.); 1941-, United States Surgeon-General's Office, Minorities (Health and hygiene), Discrimination in medicine
Comer Cottrell, Pro-Line Corp. Chairman and Founder, Weds Felisha Starks in Dallas
Comer J. Cottrell (American personal care products industry executive.), Felisha Starks
George Nichols Named First Black Prexy of National Assn. of Insurance Commissioners
George Nichols, National Association of Insurance Commissioners
How to Live with AIDS: a Personal Story by Rae Lewis-Thornton
Rae Lewis-Thornton, AIDS (Disease) and black women
St. Louis Rams Win Super Bowl Thwarting Heroic Effort by Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans (Football team), St. Louis Rams (Football team), Super Bowl (Football)
Mike Tyson Defeats Julius Francis with a Second Round TKO During Bout in England
Mike Tyson; 1966-., Julius Francis, Boxing
TV Movie 'Sally Hemings: an American Scandal'.
Sally Hemings (African American slave and alleged mistress of President Thomas Jefferson.); 1773-1835, Thomas Jefferson (American president); 1743-1826 (Sexual behavior), Sally Hemings: an American scandal (Television program) (Reviews), Slavery in television

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