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Brimmer Cites No Jobs, Teen Pregnancy as Road Blocks to Black Progress
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Andrew F. Brimmer (American economist and financial consultant.); 1926-, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Law Lets Crime Victims Recommend Sentence
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Victims of crime, Criminal justice, Administration of (New York (State))
Blacks' Educational Gains May be Wiped Out: Study
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Blacks (Education)
Black U.S. Attorney Heads Federal Case Against GE.
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Edward S. G. Dennis (Jr.), General Electric Co, United States Dept. of Defense (Contracts and procurement)
HUD Violated Own Rule; Must Help Applicants Get Their Homes Back: Judge
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United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (Appropriations and expenditures), Mortgages
Driver Gets 106 Years for Running Over Pedestrians
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Daniel Lee Young, Trials (Murder), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Traffic accidents, Crime)
Seattle Bishop May Stand Trial in S. Africa Protest
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Melvin G. Talbert, Civil rights demonstrations, Church and race relations (South Africa)
Second Grand Jury Indicts Goetz in Subway Shootings
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Bernhard Goetz (Trials, litigation, etc)
Nina Simone Performs Songs from Upcoming LP.
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Nina Simone (American singer and pianist.)
Vanessa Williams Posing for Mail-order Catalogs
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Vanessa Williams (American singer and actress.)

Billionaire Howard Hughes' Book Tells why He Hated Blacks
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Howard Hughes (American airline, aircraft and motion picture executive.); 1905-1976, Michael Drosnin (reporter and author.), United States (Race relations)
Prince, Stevie Wonder Spice Up Oscar Awards as Top Music Winners
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Prince (American singer and songwriter.), Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Academy Awards
Kurtis Blow to Star in Kings of Rap Film
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Kurtis Blow (American rapper and recording producer.); 1959-
NEA's Futrell Opposes School Tuition Credits
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Mary Hatwood Futrell, National Education Association of the United States, Tuition tax credits
Terry, Woolfork Get Major Foreign Service Positions
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Prince A. Terry (Jr.), James L. Woolfork, United States Dept. of State Foreign Service
Obituary
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Patricia Harris (American cabinet member.); 1924-1985
University of N.C. Senior Named Rhodes Scholar
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Robin S. Hadley, Rhodes scholars and scholarships, Black women college students
Miles Law School Plans to Meet Costs of Accreditation
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Miles Law School
Foster Mom May Sue to Get AIDS Kid in School
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Doris Williams, AIDS (Disease) and children, School children (Health and hygiene), Plainfield (N.J.) (Education)
Famous Amos Cookie Co. Sells Majority Interest
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Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookie Corp, Bass Brothers Enterprises Inc
Wallace Directs Confab for Business in the Caribbean
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Joan Wallace, United States Dept. of Agriculture Office of International Cooperation and Development, Produce trade, Black business enterprises (Export-import trade), United States (Commerce, Caribbean region), Caribbean region (Commerce, United States)
Quincy, Mass., Agrees to Integrate Public Housing
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Housing (Desegregation), Quincy (Mass.) (Public housing)
Michael Jackson Undergoes Airport Search in London
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
Officers Attend Rites for Slain N.J. Policewoman
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Abigail Powlett, Black policewomen, Plainfield (N.J.) (Police)
King Holiday Commission's D.C. Headquarters Opens
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Martin Luther King Day
Experts Split on Whether Twain, His Work Racist
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Mark Twain (American novelist, humorist and travel writer.); 1835-1910, Blacks in literature
Hagler, Hearns Set to Battle for $10 Million
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Thomas Hearns; 1958-., Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Boxing
Mays Excited to be Back, Wants 'ambassador's' Job
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Willie Mays; 1931-.
Ex-Tiger Horton Happy as a Coach, Dreams of Return for 2,000th Hit
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Willie Horton
Judge Cuts Bias Award to White Woman Wed to Black
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Julianna Ellett, Interracial marriage, Baltimore (Md.) (Race relations)
Billy Dee Gets Star on Hollywood Walk
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Billy Dee Williams, Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Michaelmania Grips London as Superstar Unveils His Wax Figure
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Madame Tussaud's
Stevie Wonder Welcomes S. African Ban on Music
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Apartheid, United States (Cultural relations, South Africa), South Africa (Cultural relations, United States)
Pointer Sisters Shed Old Look, Old Clothes to Reach New Heights
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Pointer Sisters (Musical group)

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