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Clinton Opens School Doors for Little Rock Nine on 40th Anniversary
Bill Clinton; 1946- (Speeches, addresses, etc), Public schools (Desegregation), United States (Race relations, History), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education, History)
IRS Drops Rosa Parks' Charity's Tax-exempt Status
Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, United States Internal Revenue Service, Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development, Tax exemption
Racism Allegations with Airport Profiling Prompts Justice Department to Examine Computerized Profiling System
United States Dept. of Justice, Airports (Security measures, Automation), Blacks (Civil rights), Racial profiling
Rep. Stokes Praises Mom as House Considers Naming Courthouse for Brother
Louis Stokes (American congressman.); 1925-, Carl Stokes (American mayor, judge and newscaster.); 1927-1996, United States Congress House, Cleveland (Ohio) (Courthouses)
Nelson Mandela Names His Former Prison a National Monument
Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Prisons (South Africa), Political prisoners (South Africa), Apartheid, Robben Island (South Africa)
Babyface and Wife, Tracey, Nab Deal for TV Sitcom with Fox Broadcasting
Tracey Edmonds, Babyface, Fox Broadcasting Company
Violence Mars Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Belton's Re-election Campaign Against White Challenger
Sharon Sayles Belton; 1951-., Minneapolis (Minn.) (Race relations, Politics and government)
Campus Police Kill Man as He Fatally Stabs Girlfriend at University of Michigan
Kevin V. Nelson, Tamara Sonya Williams, University of Michigan, Murder, Ann Arbor (Mich.) (Crime)
Black Women Custodians on Capitol Hill File Lawsuit Seeking Equal Pay
United States Architect of the Capitol, Black women (Employment), Equal pay for equal work, Women maintenance workers, Affirmative action
Ali Angry Over Upcoming Auction Plans; Says His Souvenirs Were 'stolen' from Him
Muhammad Ali; 1942- (Collectibles), Christie's International plc

William L. Rowe, Renowned Journalist and Former New York City Deputy Police Commissioner, Dies
William Leon Rowe; 1914-1997
West Point's First Black Cadet Gets Commission
James Webster Smith, United States Military Academy, Black cadets, Blacks (Civil rights, History)
Journal Editorial Blasts HIV Testing on Poor in Third World Countries; Compares to Tuskegee Study
AIDS (Disease) and pregnancy, AIDS (Disease) (Therapy, Developing countries), AZT (Drug), Pharmaceutical research (Human experimentation)
Deanna Brown, Daughter of Soul Legend James Brown, Weds Shawn Thomas in South Carolina
Deanna Brown, James Brown (American singer.)
Veteran Singer Ruth Brown Records New Album 'R+R
Ruth Brown (American rhythm and blues singer.)
Stanford University Senior Stars on the Football Field and in the Church Pulpit
Damon Dunn (American football player.), Stanford University (Football)
Black Stars Heat Up Daytime Soaps
Television serials, Blacks in television
Mariah Carey Soars with New Soulful Album 'Butterfly'.
Mariah Carey
Kiss the Girls
Gary Fleder (Reviews), Kiss the girls (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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