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NAACP Convention Pushes for More Black Self-help; Wilder Gets Spingarn Medal
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Spingarn Medal
Brown Names New York as Site for the 1992 Democratic Convention
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Ron Brown; 1941-1996, Democratic national conventions (1992), New York (N.Y.)
Bush Tabs Joyce Tucker for a U.S. EEOC Seat
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Joyce E. Tucker
Black Astronaut Gregory Replaces Grounded Flier
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Frederick Drew Gregory (American astronaut and NASA official.)
Obituary
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Joe Appiah; 1918-1990
Ray Charles, B.B. King Join Superband's Annual World Tour to Promote Jazz Music
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Ray Charles, B. B. King, Philip Morris Superband
Pearl Bailey, 72, Resting After Successful Surgery to Replace Arthritic Knee
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Pearl Bailey (American singer and actress.); 1918-1990
Fitzgerald Treated for Exhaustion, Cancels Her European Jazz Concerts
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Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.)
1990 Racial Report Card Reveals Blacks Earn More Money Than Whites in Pro Football
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Black football players (Salaries)
NAACP, Editors Protest Biased Ala. Golf Site
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Golf (Tournaments, Ethical aspects), Discrimination in sports, Golf courses (Alabama)

Atlanta School Board Fires Supt. J. Jerome Harris
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Jerome Harris, Black school superintendents and principals (Dismissal), Atlanta (Ga.) (Education)
Surveys Show Few Black Men Attending Church
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Blacks (Religious life)
Sculpture of Muddy Waters Unveiled at Blues Museum
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Muddy Waters (American singer and guitarist); 1915-1983 (Statues), Delta Blues Museum (Clarksdale, Miss.)
Anti-apartheid Leader Hit with Sex Scandal But Charges Won't Affect His Role
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Allan Aubrey Boesak (South African church official and human rights activist.); 1945-, Adultery (South Africa), Church and race relations (South Africa), Black clergy (Sexual behavior)
James Brown May be Able to Finish Term at Home
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James Brown (American singer.)
Melba Moore Tells why She Recorded 'Lift Every Voice' to Benefit Black Charities
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Melba Moore (American singer and actress.), James Weldon Johnson (American poet, novelist, diplomat and civil rights leader); 1871-1938, Blacks (Charitable contributions)

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