Asa Philip Randolph; 1889-1979, Labor, Black militants, Blacks (Civil rights)
Blacks (Education), School management and organization, New York (N.Y.) (Education)
Martin Luther King; 1929-1968 (Assassination), James Earl Ray; 1928-1998
Julian Bond, Georgia (Politics and government)
Gloria TOOTE, Sound (Recording and reproducing)
Richie Havens; 1941-.
Foreign visitors (Liberia)
Black college graduates, Occupations
Clementine Hunter; 1886?-1988, Art, Black
Louis Byron Russell (Jr.), Heart (Transplantation)
Andre Watts; 1946-.
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