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Civil Rights Activist, Minister Fred Shuttlesworth Retiring
Fred L. Shuttlesworth (American clergyman and civil rights activist); 1922- (Retirement)
UNCF Salutes Stevie Wonder on 'An Evening of Stars' Fundraiser
Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter) (Appreciation), Black celebrities (Charitable contributions), Fund raising
Preachers And Their Partners: Wives Of Prominent Pastors
Serita Jakes (American television personality and wife of T. D. Jakes.), T. D. Jakes (American clergyman, religious writer and gospel singer.); 1957-, Kenneth C. Ulmer (American bishop.), Togetta Ulmer (American church secretary and wife of Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer.), Charles E. Blake (American bishop.), Mae Blake (American child benefactor.), Frederick Price (American clergyman.); 1932-, Betty Price (American clergywoman.), Creflo A. Dollar (Jr., American evangelist.), Taffi L. Dollar (American evangelist.), Clergymen's wives, Black clergy
This Week in Black History
Charlayne Hunter-Gault (American television newscaster.), Hamilton E. Holmes (American surgeon.); 1941-1995, Robert Clifton Weaver (American Secretary of housing and urban development and educator); 1907-1997 (Selection and appointment)
Head-to-toe Beauty Tips for Women
Beauty, Personal (Black women)
Make A Resolution To Resolve Finances In 2006
Blacks (Economic conditions), Personal finance
Bush Gets High Approval Rating, Named AP Player Of The Year
Reggie Bush (American football player.), University of Southern California (Football)
Bans Void Records Of Sprinters Montgomery And Gaines
Tim Montgomery (American runner) (Drug use), Chryste Gaines (American runner); 1970- (Drug use), Anabolic steroids
Colts Coach Tony Dungy Returns To Team After Son's Apparent Suicide
Tony Dungy (American football player and coach.), James Dungy (son of American football player and coach Tony Dungy); d. 2005 (Death and burial), Indianapolis Colts (Football team), Fathers and sons
Roger Kingdom, Mike Powell Head Class Of New Track And Field Hall Of Fame Inductees
Roger Kingdom (American hurdler.), Mike Powell (American long jumper.), National Track and Field Hall of Fame

Univ. System Of Georgia Gets 1st Black Permanent Chancellor
Erroll Brown Davis (Jr., American electric utility executive) (Selection and appointment), University System of Georgia (Officials)
Apollo Theater Gets A Face Lift
Apollo Theater Foundation, Apollo Theatre (New York, N.Y.) (Conservation and restoration)
Randal Pinkett, Trump's New Apprentice, Appreciates Black Support He's Received
Randal D. Pinkett (American entrepreneur and contestant on reality TV show "The Apprentice".), Apprentice (Television program)
George Clinton Still Funk'n It Up After 50 Years
George Clinton (American singer and songwriter.)
'One on One' with Kyla Pratt: Child Star Grows Up
Kyla Pratt (American actress.); 1986-

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