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Clinton Pledges Support for Affirmative Action
Bill Clinton; 1946- (Speeches, addresses, etc), Affirmative action
Univ. of California Regents End System's Affirmative Action
University of California (System) Board of Regents, Affirmative action
Black University of CA Regents Member Fostered Move to Review Affirmative Action There
Ward Connerly; 1939-., University of California (System) Board of Regents, Affirmative action
Six-year-old Girl Awarded $21 Million After Mother's Death
Tasia Roberts, Woodhull Hospital and Medical Center (New York, N.Y.), Trials (Malpractice), Trials (New York (State)), Childbirth (Complications)
Black Cadet Forced Out in Racist Attack Gets Posthumous West Point Commission
Johnson Chesnutt Whittaker (military cadet, lawyer and educator.); 1858-1931, United States Military Academy, Black cadets, Blacks (Civil rights, History), Courts martial and courts of inquiry
Boyz II Men Still the Hottest Group in Music
Boyz II Men (Musical group)
Ashe Statue to be Placed on Street where Confederate Generals are Memorialized
Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993 (Statues), Monument Avenue (Richmond, Va.), Richmond (Va.) (Race relations, Monuments, statues, etc)
Vanderbilt Cager Played While Secretly Pregnant; was 2nd Leading Scorer
Na'Sheema Hillmon, Vanderbilt University (Basketball, Women), Pregnancy
Baseball Legends Willie McCovey, Duke Snider Plead Guilty to Tax Fraud
Willie McCovey (American baseball player.); 1938-, Duke Snider (American baseball player.); 1926-2011, Autographs (Collectors and collecting), Tax evasion, Baseball (Collectibles), Baseball, Professional (Ethical aspects)
Bill Cosby Joins Lou Rawls in Project to Rebuild Historic Area that Spawned a Galaxy of Stars
Lou Rawls (American singer.), Bill Cosby (American actor and comedian.); 1937-, Lou Rawls Theatre and Cultural Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Queen Latifah Says She Will Still Visit Harlem, Despite Being Victim of Carjacking
Queen Latifah (American rapper and actress.), Carjacking, Harlem (New York, N.Y.), New York (N.Y.) (Crime)
Susan Smith's Ex-mother-in-law's Hubby Recalls He was a Suspect in Case; Waits for Jury to Decide Her Fate
Adolphus Benson, Susan Smith (American murderer) (Trials, litigation, etc)

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