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Rep. Ron Dellums Winds Up a Stellar 27 Years on Capitol Hill
Ronald V. Dellums; 1935-., Black congressmen (Retirement)
Harold Washington, Chicago's First Black Mayor, Remembered on 10th Anniversary of His Death
Harold Washington; 1922-1987, Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
DNA Test Clears Two Chicago Men Jailed 11 Years for Rape They Did Not Commit
Billy Wardell, Donald Reynolds (American victim of wrongful imprisonment.), Rape, Criminal justice, Administration of (Illinois), Miscarriage of justice
Do Mothers Have Favorites Among Their Kids?
Favorite child
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and Foundation to Establish Research Center for Black Women
Research Center on African-American Women (Washington, D.C.), College sororities
Actor Philip Michael Thomas is Accused of Assaulting His Wife, But He Denies the Charge
Philip Michael Thomas, Wife abuse
Experts Give Advice on Communicating with Children
Communication (Social aspects), Parent-child relationship
Blacks Top Salary List of NBA Players
Basketball players (Salaries), Black basketball players
A.C. Green Breaks NBA's Consecutive-game Streak
A. C. Green; 1963-., Dallas Mavericks (Basketball team), Basketball records
Two Black Female Doctors Help with Historical Delivery of Iowa Woman's Septuplets
Paula Mahone, Karen Drake, McCaughey septuplets

Oprah Winfrey Gives Another Million to Morehouse College; Graduates Call Her 'an Angel'.
Oprah Winfrey, Morehouse College, Blacks (Scholarships), Black colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Stone Mountain, GA, Ex-Ku Klux Klan Haven, Elects First Black Mayor
Chuck E. Burris, Ku Klux Klan, Stone Mountain (Ga.) (Race relations, Politics and government)
Blacks Should be Hired to Make Nike Shoes, Green Bay Lineman Reggie White Says
Reggie White (American football player and clergyman.); 1961-2004, Nike Inc, Blacks (Employment), Advertising (Testimonials), Shoe industry employees (Recruiting)
Housing and Urban Development Dept. to Provide Cultural Sensitivity for Realtors
National Association of Realtors, United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Discrimination in housing, Minorities (Housing)
Author Barbara Chase-Riboud Sues Steven Spielberg for $10 Mil. Charging Film 'Amistad' was Based on Her Book
Barbara Chase-Riboud (American sculptor, novelist and poet.); 1939-, Steven Spielberg (American motion picture director and producer); 1947- (Reviews), DreamWorks SKG (Firm), Amistad (Motion picture) (Reviews), Amistad (Schooner) in motion pictures, Copyright infringement, Motion pictures and literature, Motion picture industry (Suits and claims)
Judy Pace-Flood Sues City of L.A. Over Scuffle with Police who Broke Up Party at Her Home
Judy Pace-Flood, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Police)
Obesity Contributes to Record Rise of Diabetes in U.S.
Obesity, Diabetes (Causes)
Lillian Parks, Ex-White House Seamstress who Penned Three Behind-the-scenes Books, Dies
Lillian Rogers Parks; d. 1997
Affirmative Action-settlement Avoids Supreme Court Ruling
Sharon Taxman (teacher.), Debra Williams (teacher.), United States Supreme Court, Affirmative action (New Jersey), Women (Employment), Black women (Employment), Teachers (Dismissal), Piscataway (N.J.) (Education)
Chicago Nuns Settle Race Discrimination Suit Filed Against Landlords
Kathleen Burke, Phillis Sheppard, Catholic nuns (Housing), Black nuns, Black women (Housing), Chicago (Ill.) (Housing)
Bobby Brown Tells why He Waited Five Years to Make New Album
Bobby Brown
Blacks Take Share of 19th CableACE Awards
CableACE Awards

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