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NAACP: China's Protests Will be Small to Our's
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Civil rights demonstrations
Flag-burning Attempt in Little Rock Incites a Race Riot at the Capitol
Flag burning, Little Rock (Ark.) (Riots)
Black FBI Agent Loses Case at Justice Dept
Donald Rochon, United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, Blacks (Employment)
Lopes in Line to Lead Elite Corps of Envoys
Jose Luis Fernandes Lopes, Cape Verde (Diplomatic and consular service, United States)
How Will the Abortion Ruling Affect Blacks?
United States Supreme Court (Decisions, Abortion decisions), Black women (Legal status, laws, etc)
U.S. Rep. Lukens Gets 30-day Jail Term, Fine in Sex with Minor Case
Donald E. Lukens (American congressman.), Rosie Coffman, Congressmen (Sexual behavior)
M.L.K. Jr. Bill Reaches Another Snag in Arizona
Martin Luther King Day, Arizona (Race relations)
Jordan Denies Any Role in Bulls' Coach Firing
Doug Collins (American basketball player and coach.), Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Basketball coaches (Dismissal)
Parker: Double Standard in His, Pete Rose Cases
Dave Parker (American baseball player.); 1951-, Pete Rose (American baseball player and manager.); 1941-, Discrimination in sports, Baseball, Professional (Ethical aspects), Baseball betting
Blacks Buy NBA Nuggets; 1st Black-owned Pro Team
Bertram M. Lee, Peter C. B. Bynoe, Denver Nuggets (Basketball team), Blacks in basketball management

Priest Seeks to Reconcile with Catholic Hierarchy; White Chicago Priest Backs Stallings' Stand
George A. Stallings (Jr.), Schism, Imani Temple African-American Catholic Congregation
Security Manager for Guy Dead Following Dispute with New Edition's Crew Member
Anthony Bee; d. 1989, Guy (Musical group), New Edition (Musical group), Murder, Pittsburgh (Pa.) (Crime)
NAACP Sues 5 S. Carolina Cities Over Voting Systems
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Black suffrage, South Carolina (Politics and government)
D.C. Police Hunt for Suspect in Slaying of Co-ed and Her Brother
Mona Shiferaw; d. 1989, Roberto Urabez, Murder, Washington (D.C.) (Crime)
White Minister Called 'wolf in Sheep's Clothes' Gets 7 Years in Sex Cases
Thomas Streitferdt, Clergy (Sexual behavior), True Church of God, East Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Mike Tyson Talks About: His Big Birthday Bash, Being 'betrayed' in Book, Plans for His Future
Mike Tyson; 1966-.

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