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Oprah Winfrey Reveals She's Not Ready to Get Married
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Oprah Winfrey, Stedman Graham
How Parents Can Help Their Kids Do Well in School
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Blacks (Education), School and the home
Caucus Members Help Clinton Win Battle for New Crime Bill
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Bill Clinton; 1946- (Relations with Congress), United States Congress (Voting), Congressional Black Caucus, Criminal law
Congressional Record Publishes a Tribute to Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, Mentor of Morehouse Men for 27 Hectic Years
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Benjamin Elijah Mays; 1894-1984, Morehouse College
Civil Rights' Rosa Parks Beaten and Robbed at Home
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Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, Assault and battery, Detroit (Mich.) (Crime)
Two Black Fraternity Brothers Plead Guilty in Hazing Death of Southeast Missouri U. Student
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Mikel Giles, Cedric Murphy, Michael Davis (college student.); d. 1994, Southeast Missouri State University, College fraternities, Hazing
Surgeon General's Son Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Selling Drugs
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Joycelyn Elders (American surgeon general.), Kevin Maurice Elders, United States Surgeon-General's Office, Narcotics laws and regulations, Little Rock (Ark.) (Sentences (Criminal procedure))
Arthur Ashe AIDS Tennis Challenge Rallies Support of Celebrities
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Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Celebrities (Sports), Tennis (Benefit matches), AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising)
Judge Denies Motion to Bar Media from James Jordan Murder Trial
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James Jordan; d. 1993, Larry Martin Demery, Trials (Murder), Trials (North Carolina), Press law (North Carolina)
A Good Man in Africa
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Bruce Beresford (Australian film director) (Reviews), Good man in Africa (Motion picture) (Reviews)

Diahann Carroll May Have to Sell Her $1.5 Million N.Y. Apartment for $32,000
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Diahann Carroll (American singer and actress.), Condominiums (Prices), New York (N.Y.) (Housing)
Former President Jimmy Carter Helps Build a New Home for His Black Boyhood Nanny
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Jimmy Carter (American president.); 1924-, Annie Mae Rhodes (nanny to Jimmy Carter.), Habitat for Humanity International Inc, Black nannies, Black women (Housing), Albany (Ga.) (Housing)
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (Television program) (Reviews)
Obituary
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Michael Peters

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