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Gray Gets Budget Through House, Now Battles Reagan
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William H. Gray (III.), United States Congress House (Voting), Budget (United States)
Judge Ends Law Linking Child Support to Welfare
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Support (Domestic relations), Public welfare (North Carolina), Aid to families with dependent children programs
EEOC Unfair, Says Former Appointee of Carter
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Eleanor Holmes Norton; 1937-., United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Alton Waldon Gets Nod for U.S. Congress Race
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Alton Waldon; 1936-., Queens (New York, N.Y.) (Politics and government)
Thurgood Marshall Poorest of Supreme Court Justices
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Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, United States Supreme Court
Black Men Hard Pressed to Find Mates with Money
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Aged (Economic conditions), Black aged
A Visit with Unusual Twins--one is Black, the Other White
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Thomas Charnock, Wesley Charnock, Twins, Children of interracial parents
Marine Frank Petersen Promoted to Lt. General
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Frank E. Petersen, United States Marine Corps (Blacks)
Black United Methodist Minister Charges Racism
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John P. Carter, Sexual harassment in religion, Black clergy (Sexual behavior), United Methodist Church (Employees)
HUD Tests Realtors' Housing Sales Practices
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United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Discrimination in housing

Johnson Publishing Co. Retains Lead of Top 100 Black Businesses
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Johnson Publishing Company, Inc, Black business enterprises
Kenneth Gibson Loses Bid for Reelection
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Kenneth A. Gibson; 1932-., Sharpe James; 1936-., Newark (N.J.) (Politics and government)
Atlantic City Mayor Forced Into Runoff
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James L. Usry; 1922-2002, Atlantic City (N.J.) (Politics and government)
Astronaut McNair Laid to Rest as 'authentic American Hero' in S.C.
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Challenger (Space shuttle) explosion, 1986
Obituary
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Ronald E. McNair
Futrell Discusses School Reform Movement in U.S.
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Mary Hatwood Futrell, School reform, Teachers (Examinations)
Philip Thomas to Star in Mixed Race Custody Movie
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Philip Michael Thomas
St. Louis Man Saves Life of Elderly White Woman who Choked on Candy
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Earnest L. Childress, Choking, Resuscitation
Girl Leads Others from Fire; Her Second Rescue
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Yvette Hill, Rescue work
Bias Complaints Plague U.S. Agriculture Dept
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United States Dept. of Agriculture, Discrimination in employment
Don't Ask Ahmad Rashad the Key to Happy Marriage
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Ahmad Rashad, Marriage
Cicero Agrees to Adopt Fair Housing and Hiring
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Cicero (Ill.) (Race relations)
Carew Not 'worried' that No Team Wants Him
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Rod Carew (American baseball player.); 1945-
Reggie Slugs 537th HR, 6th on All-time List
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Reggie Jackson; 1946-.
Pele May Return to Aid Brazilian Team
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Pele (Brazilian soccer player.); 1940-
Foster's $2 Million Tops in Baseball's Millionaire's Club
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Black baseball players (Salaries)
USC's Pam McGee Backs 'no Pass, No Play' Bill
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Pam McGee, School athletics (Ethical aspects), Athletes (Education), Educational laws and regulations (California)
Obituary
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Frederick Pollard; 1894-1986
Grambling Tabs Ex-player as New Basketball Coach
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Bobby Hopkins, Basketball, College
Hopeless Dieters Find New Hope in Medical Science
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Stomach (Surgery), Obesity (Surgery), Balloons in medicine
Johnny Mathis, Natalie Cole Headline Tribute to Her Dad Nat King Cole
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Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole; 1919?-1965, Boston Pops Orchestra

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