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Black Leadership Group Launches Funding Drive for Business Development
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Corporation for Small Business Investment, Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
NAACP Chair Rips Reagan Administration for Bias
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William F. Gibson; 1933-2002, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Reagan Adds 2 Blacks to D.C. Superior Court Bench
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Harold Cushenberry, Michael Rankin, Washington (D.C.) Superior Court
Black Ga. Farmer Vows to Defend Farm to the Death
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Oscar Lorick, Agriculture (Georgia), Black farmers
Miami Mayor Vows to Unite Blacks, White, Hispanics
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Xavier Suarez; 1949-., Miami (Fla.) (Race relations)
Black Cable Network Prospers in 500 Systems
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Black Entertainment Television
Detroit Lawyer Named to Mich. Supreme Court
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Dennis Archer; 1942-., Michigan Supreme Court
Pasadena Selects First Black Chief of Police
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James M. Robenson, Black police chiefs, Pasadena (Calif.) (Police)
Congress Votes on Bill to Aid Dislocated Workers
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Factories (Closing, Laws and regulations)
Ill. Officer Awarded $5,000 Following Complaint of Bias
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Leslie Smith, Blacks (Employment), Prisons (Illinois, Race relations)

U.S. Job Programs Have Little Impact on Poor
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Unemployment (Relief measures)
Dr. Ralph Abernathy Feted During Atlanta Celebration
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Ralph D. Abernathy (American clergyman and civil rights leader.); 1926-1990, Blacks (Civil rights, History)
Canada's 1st Black Head of State Takes Office as Lt. Gov. of Ontario
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Lincoln MacCauley Alexander, Ontario (Politics and government)
Dr. J Among Group Buying Philly Coca-Cola Company
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J. Bruce Llewellyn (American grocery chain and bottling industry executive.); 1927-2010, Julius Erving (American basketball player.); 1950-, Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Philadelphia, Blacks in the soft drink industry
Obituary
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O. D. Maclin; d. 1985
College Affirmative-action Officers Losing Influence
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Colleges and universities (Admission), Affirmative action in education
NAACP OK'd to Fight for School Busing in L.A.
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Busing for school integration, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Education)
New 'teach' Plan Draws Criticism from Educators
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Voucher plan in education
Millionaire's Promise to Pay College Tuition Good Motivation for Harlem Kids
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Eugene M. Lang; 1919-., Student aid, Minorities (Education), East Harlem (New York, N.Y.), New York (N.Y.) (Education)
Rev. Ike Talks about Faith Healing in His Ministry
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Frederick J. Eikerenkoetter (American preacher.), Faith cure
Xernona Clayton Named Public Affairs Veep for Atlanta Television Station
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Xernona Clayton (American television executive.), Turner Broadcasting System, Inc, Black women in the television broadcasting industry
Cy Young No Surprise to Gooden, He Missed Series
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Dwight Gooden (American baseball player.), New York Mets (Baseball team), Cy Young Award
Holmes Hungry for Title, Vows Not to Retire Yet
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Larry Holmes
Leon Backs Out of Bout, Pays Promoter's Penalty
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Leon Spinks (American boxer.)
La. Court Cools 'Hot Rod' as He Awaits NBA Chance
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John Williams (American basketball player); 1962-, Tulane University (Basketball), Basketball, College (Ethical aspects), Basketball betting
Did Racism Keep Famous Boxer in Prison 18 Years?
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Rubin Carter (American boxer and victim of false imprisonment.), Criminal justice, Administration of (New Jersey), Murder
USA for Africa to Stage 'chain' Against Hunger
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Hands Across America, 1986
'We are the World' Sales Skyrocket to $34 Million
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USA for Africa
Gary Coleman Honored by Kidney Foundation
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Gary Coleman (American actor.), National Kidney Foundation
Patti LaBelle Stars in Her First Television Special
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Patti LaBelle
The Patti LaBelle Show
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Patti LaBelle show (Television program) (Reviews)

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