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Author James Baldwin Gets France's Top Honor
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James Baldwin (American novelist, playwright and essayist.); 1924-1987, Legion of Honor
Ohio State Official Slurs Council of Negro Women
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Michael J. McCullion, National Council of Negro Women, Racial slurs, Ohio (Race relations)
ANC's Nzo Blasts Schuller for Charge Against Group
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Alfred Nzo (South African political leader.); 1925-2000, Robert Harold Schuller (American clergyman.), African National Congress, Church and race relations (South Africa)
Dellums' Bill Forces Tough House Actions on S. Africa
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United States Congress House (Voting), Sanctions (International law), Apartheid, United States (Commerce, South Africa), South Africa (Commerce, United States)
McMillan First Black to Lead Ga. Board of Regents
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Eldridge W. McMillan (American college trustee.), Colleges and universities (Georgia)
Penicillin is Recommended for Babies with Sickle Cell
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Penicillin, Sickle cell anemia (Therapy)
Prison Romance Subject to Supreme Court Ruling
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United States Supreme Court, Prisoners (Treatment), Romance
Minister Sentenced for Child Sexual Assault
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Nathaniel T. Grady, Child molesting, Black clergy (Sexual behavior), Bronx (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)
Drug Sentence: Watch an Autopsy Performed
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Drug laws and regulations, Autopsies, Suffolk County (N.Y.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Black District Judge Enters Superior Race
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Terry Sherill, Courts (North Carolina)

Economic Prospects for Blacks Better in South
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Blacks (Economic conditions, Southern States)
Color of Skin Changes, Air Force Dismisses Man
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Cedric Thompson, United States Air Force (Blacks), Vitiligo
Whites Injured in Race Row in Cleveland Apologize to Black Family, Others
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Marlene Armstrong, Blacks (Housing), Cleveland (Ohio) (Housing, Race relations)
Supreme Court Rules that On-the-job Sex Harassment is Form of Discrimination
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Mechelle Vinson (American bank teller and plaintiff in sexual harassment law suit.), United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Sexual harassment in business
President Carter Co-founds Group for Human Rights
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Jimmy Carter (American president.); 1924-, Carter-Menil Human Rights Foundation
French Anti-racism Concert Draws More Than 100,000
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Civil rights demonstrations (France), France (Race relations)
Chas. Gray Elected Boys' State Governor for Neb
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Charles Gray, Boys' State (Organization)
Officials Order Jackson to Enlarge Zoo for Giraffe
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Giraffes
College Star Len Bias Barely Missed Realizing His Two Biggest Dreams
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Len Bias; 1963-1986, Cocaine, Basketball players (Drug use)
Obituary
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Alfred Sweeney
Obituary
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Walter Harris; 1866-1986
Black Man Believed Oldest in U.S. Succumbs at 120
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Centenarians
ASALH Seeks Interested Scholars for 71st Confab
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Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
High Court: Desegregate Little Rock, Ark., Schools
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United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Public schools (Desegregation), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education)
College Students Select M. L. King as Their Hero
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, Heroes and heroines, College students (Attitudes)
Burton's 'Reading Rainbow' is Peaking Kids' Interest
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Television and reading, Children's reading (Projects)
Reading Rainbow
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Reading rainbow (Television program) (Reviews)
Pearl Bailey Tells Teachers 'return Students to Basics'.
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Pearl Bailey (American singer and actress.); 1918-1990, Basic education, Blacks (Education)
High Drop Out School Plan Stirs Students to Excel
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Blacks (Education), Incentives in education, Dropouts, At risk students, Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
Men Swear More, But Women who Do Noticed More: Study
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Swearing
Single Women in 30s Happy; Not Old Maids
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Single women, Marriage (Statistics)
Romance Novels Help Women Cope, Escape
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Romance fiction, Women (Reading)
Black Man Becomes FBI Firearms Expert
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Oatess Archey, United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, Shooting
FBI Wants More Black Agents and Recruits
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United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
Willie Brown Fires Three Leaders who Defied Him
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Willie Lewis Brown (Jr.), California Legislature, Black legislators
Group Notes Ways to Boost State Jobs for Wis. Blacks
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Blacks (Wisconsin, Employment), Affirmative action in employment, Wisconsin (Employees)
U.S. Sues 13th Chicago Suburb on Hiring Blacks
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United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Chicago (Ill.) (Employees)
Pierce Tells Mayors They Can't Count on U.S. Aid
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Samuel R. Pierce (Jr.), U.S. Conference of Mayors, Intergovernmental fiscal relations
Irate Little Rock NAACP Demands Black in Housing
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Blacks (Housing), Little Rock (Ark.) (Housing)
Problems of Black Children Examined at Mich. Confab
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James P. Comer, Black children
McGruder New Executive of Detroit Free Press
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Robert G. McGruder; 1942-2002, Detroit free press
Malone Traded to Bullets, 76ers Ignored His Warning
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Moses Malone; 1955-.
'Hot Rod' Williams Ready to Burn NBA Opposition
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John Williams (American basketball player); 1962-, Tulane University (Basketball), Basketball, College (Ethical aspects), Basketball betting
Champ Spinks Puzzled that 'White Hope' Cooney Balks at $3 Million Offer
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Michael Spinks (American boxer.), Gerry Cooney (American boxer.), Boxing (Economic aspects)
Baseball Drug Lawyer Guilty in Bribe Case
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Adam Renfroe (Jr.), Trials (Bribery), Legal ethics
NBA Draft Shows Preference for Foreigners Over Black College Basketball Talent
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Basketball, Professional (Draft)
Heisman Star Bo Jackson Follows His Idol Reggie Instead of Call for Cash
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Bo Jackson; 1962-., Kansas City Royals (Baseball team)
Male Couple Charged in Death of Adopted Child
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Murder, Adoption and adopted children, Child abuse, Oakland (Calif.) (Crime)
Aide to D.C. Mayor Barry Strangled, Burned in Home
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Peggy Russell Gee, Murder, Washington (D.C.) (Crime)
Al Bell, Rick Frio Form New Edge Records Company
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Al Bell (American recording industry executive.), Rick Frio, Edge Records
Under the Cherry Moon
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Prince (Reviews), Under the cherry moon (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Not Invited to Attend Private Rites for Goodman, Hampton Has Parting Words
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Lionel Hampton
Obituary
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Benny Goodman; 1909-1986

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