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Stars Boost Bradley's Bid for Calif. Governor's Seat
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Tom Bradley; 1917-1998, Celebrities (Political activities), California (Politics and government)
Perkins Tours and Handles Senate on Way to S. Africa
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Edward J. Perkins (American diplomat.), United States (Diplomatic and consular service, South Africa)
Rev. Hycel Taylor Resigns as the President of PUSH.
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Hycel B. Taylor, Operation PUSH
Stewart Named Director of New York Times Co
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Donald M. Stewart (American college president.); 1938-, New York Times Company
Blacks, Whites Agree on Problems; But Not Answers
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Blacks (Political activities), Political attitudes
Nigerian is 1st African Laureate in Literature
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Wole Soyinka (Nigerian dramatist, poet and novelist.), Nobel prizes (Literature)
Rachel Oliver Crowned 19th Miss Black America
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Rachel Oliver, Miss Black America Pageant
Black Dads Show Concern about Raising Children
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Fathers, Parent-child relationship
Man with Untouchable Skin Ignores Taunts; Triumphs in Politics
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Victor Terrence Edwards, Skin (Diseases), Albany (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Soccer Star Pele Excited to Lead Rose Bowl Parade
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Pele (Brazilian soccer player.); 1940-, Tournament of Roses (Pasadena, Calif.)

Mozambique's Machel Dies in Tragic Plane Crash
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Samora Machel, Aviation (Accidents), Mozambique (Politics and government)
Investors Now Put Their Money where Conscience is
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Investments (Social aspects)
Mixed Couple Wins Fight to Stay Employed in U.S.
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Smadar Lavie Rouse, Forest Rouse, Fulbright Grants, Interracial marriage, Israelis (United States)
Artist Sues to Re-create 'Jazz History' Mural
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Paul T. Goodnight, Mural painting and decoration, Artists' rights, Boston (Mass.) (Public art)
Mother, Male Friend Busted; Her 9-year-old Son Passed Around Crack in Classroom
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Crack (Cocaine), Children of drug addicts
Anchorage King Tribute Jeopardized by Petition
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, Anchorage (Alaska) (Race relations)
For Romance: is Thin in Or Fat Back?
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Women and men, Body image in women
Clifton Wharton Becomes Head of $50-bil. Pension Fund at $500,000 Salary
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Clifton R. Wharton (American college president and pension plan administrator.), TIAA-CREF (Organization)
Virginia Union Univ. Gets New President: Simmons
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S. Dallas Simmons, Virginia Union University
Supply of Black Teachers Does Not Meet Demand
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Black teachers (Employment)
Black Woman Named to Top School Post in Cincinnati
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Lee Etta Powell, Black women school superintendents and principals, Cincinnati (Ohio) (Education)
High Court Orders Review of Deaf Mute Donald Lang
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Donald Lang, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Deaf-mutes (Civil rights), Murder, Chicago (Ill.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Ga. Death Sentence Biased? Supreme Court to Decide
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United States Supreme Court, Discrimination in criminal justice administration, Capital punishment (Georgia)
Family of Calif. Man Killed by Hi-way Cop Files Suit
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Police (California), Police shootings
Leland Girds for Black Voter Harassment Campaign
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Mickey Leland (American congressman.); 1944-1989, Republican Party (U.S.), Elections (Corrupt practices), Black suffrage
Hi Black Cancer Rate Due to Economics, Not Race
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Cancer (Causes), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
$32 Billion Set Aside for Blacks Thru Defense Dept
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United States Dept. of Defense (Contracts and procurement), Government contracts, Black business enterprises (Federal aid), Black colleges and universities (Research, Federal aid)
Football Star's Brother Found Murdered in L.A.
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James Lofton, Emmanuel Michael Lofton (Jr.), Murder, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Jackson State to Host College Golf Tournament
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Golf, College (Tournaments)
N.Y. Boxer, Trainer Jailed for Assault in '83 Fight
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Luis Resto, Carlos Lewis, Boxing (Ethical aspects), Criminal justice, Administration of (New York (State))
McGee, Thornton on Mend After Left Knee Surgery
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Willie McGee; 1958-., Andre Thornton; 1949-., Baseball, Professional (Accidents and injuries)
Tyson Really Doesn't Know how Good a Fighter He is
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Mike Tyson; 1966-.
Poll Ranks Payton Tops Among Popular Athletes
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Walter Payton; 1954-1999
Ex-NBAer John Drew Jailed on Drug Charge
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John Drew; 1954-., Narcotics laws and regulations
Weight Gain, Title Loss Forces Curry to Move Up
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Donald Curry
Billie Holiday's Ghost Has Message for Reagan in Anti-drug Campaign
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Billie Holiday (American singer.); 1915-1959, Narcotics laws and regulations, Musicians (Drug use)
Cosby's Fatherhood Sets Record as Fastest Seller
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Best sellers, Fathers (Humor, satire, etc)
Hollywood NAACP Not Laughing at 'Soul Man'.
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Blacks in motion pictures
Soul Man
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Steve Miner (Reviews), Soul man (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Queenie Pie
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Duke Ellington (American band leader and composer); 1899-1974 (Reviews)
Whoopi Goldberg Talks about New Movie, New Husband
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Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.)
Hampton Receives Award for Being 'One of a Kind'.
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Lionel Hampton, One of a Kind Awards
Bluesman Tries to Keep Music Alive in New Disc
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James Thomas, Blues music (Sound recordings)
Prince and The Revolution to Go Their Separate Ways
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Prince

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