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Bush Signs Voting Rights Law Extension
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George W. Bush (American president.), Voting Rights Act of 1965, Blacks (Civil rights), Minority suffrage, Voting (History), Electoral reform
11-Year-Old Is U.S. President For A Day
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Sterling Watson (American child cancer patient) (Health), Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, Presidents
49 Victims Of New Orleans' Hurricane Katrina Remain Unidentified One Year Later
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Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Casualties), Dead bodies (Identification)
Jerome Holmes Named Federal Judge In Oklahoma
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Jerome A. Holmes (American judge); 1961- (Selection and appointment), United States Court of Appeals (10th Circuit)
Dogs Attack, Kansas City Woman Killed
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Jimmie Mae McConnell (American school crossing guard); d. 2006 (Death and burial), Dog attacks, Dogs (Laws and regulations, Kansas)
Stars Come Out In Support Of Holly Robinson Peete's 8th Annual DesignCure
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Holly Robinson Peete (American actress.), Parkinson's disease (Fund raising)
Dancer Vivian Nixon, Daughter of Debbi Allen, Proves Herself A Star In Own Right After Broadway Success
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Vivian Nixon (American actress and dancer.), Debbie Allen (American dancer, actress and director) (Family)
Maryland Prisoners Earn Theology Degrees
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Maryland Correctional Training Center (Hagerstown, Md.), Black ex-convicts (Rehabilitation), Black prisoners (Rehabilitation), Prisoners (Education), Theology (Study and teaching)
Civil Rights Leader Rev. Joseph Boone Succumbs
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Joseph Boone (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1922-2006
Stevie Wonder And Rev. Joseph Lowery Recipients Of 2006 National Civil Rights Museum Freedom Awards
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter) (Awards), Joseph Lowery (American clergyman and civil rights leader); 1924- (Awards), National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis, Tenn.)

Teens Benefit From Bible Lessons, Study Shows
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Bible (Study and teaching), Black youth (Religious life), Christian life
Carl Brashear, 75, Navy's First Black Master Diver Whose LIfe Was Depicted In Film 'Men Of Honor,' Dies
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Carl M. Brashear (American seaman and diver.); 1931-2006
Milan Williams, Member Of The Commodores, Dies
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Milan Williams (American keyboardist.)
This Week In Black History
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Alice Coachman (American high jumper.); 1923-, James B. Parsons (American judge) (Selection and appointment)
California Teen Sets Four World Flying Records
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Jonathan Strickland (American teenaged pilot.), Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum (Compton, Calif.), Aviation records, Youth as air pilots, Flight schools
People
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Blacks
Homeless Detroit Man Receives Over $4,000 In Rewards For Honesty
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Charles Moore (American homeless person.), Detroit (Mich.) (Homeless)
Bobcats Adds To Front Office; Hires Fred Whitfield As COO.
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Fred Whitfield (American basketball executive) (Selection and appointment), Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Charlotte Bobcats (Basketball team) (Management)
Old School Or New School, Gospel Music Is Everlasting
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Shirley Caesar (American evangelist and gospel singer.), Andrae Crouch (American gospel singer and songwriter.); 1942-, Vickie Winans (American gospel singer.), Kirk Franklin (American gospel rap singer.), Gospel music
Gospel Music Sparks MultiMillion-Dollar Industry
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Gospel music (Economic aspects)
Comedienne Mo'Nique Booted From Airliner; Labels Incident A Humiliating 'Power Play'.
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Mo'Nique (American comedienne.), Airlines (Boarding of passengers)

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