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Alphonso Jackson Named 3rd Black In Bush Cabinet
Alphonso R. Jackson (American Secretary of housing and urban development) (Selection and appointment), George W. Bush (American president) (Appointees, advisers, staff, etc), Blacks (Political activities)
NAACP Protests Nielsen's Proposed Method Of Counting Black And Hispanic Viewers
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Nielsen Media Research, People meters (TV audience research), Minorities and television
Cortez Trotter Named As Chicago's First Black Fire Chief
Cortez Trotter (Selection and appointment), Black police chiefs, Chicago (Ill.) (Police)
Ford Gives $150,000 To Jackie Robinson Foundation In Honor Of Althea Gibson
Althea Gibson; 1927-2003, Jackie Robinson; 1919-1972, Ford Motor Co (Gifts, contributions, etc), Jackie Robinson Foundation (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Money-For-Grades Scandal At Southern University Leads To Probes; Likely Degree Revocations
Cleo Carroll (Ethics), Southern University, Grading and marking (Education), Education (Standards, California), Black college students, College officials (Professional ethics)
Keith Diamond, 'ER' TV Actor, Allegedly Shot By Father; In Stable Condition
Keith Diamond (Assault), Fathers and sons, Queens (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)
Hall Of Fame Guard Calvin Murphy Charged With Abusing His Daughters More Than A Decade Ago
Calvin Murphy; 1948- (Trials, litigation, etc), Child molesting, Fathers and daughters
Tips for the Care & Grooming of a Bald Head
Baldness, Shaving
Notre Dame Alum Hornung Regrets Saying It Needs To Lower Standards To 'Get The Black Athlete'.
Paul Hornung; 1935-., University of Notre Dame (Football), Black college athletes, College athletics (Recruiting)
Nelson Mandela Fosters AIDS Fight In South Africa; Country Starts HIV/AIDS Drug Giveaway
Nelson Mandela (South African president.), AIDS (Disease) (South Africa, Prevention)

Jesse Jackson Hits The Airwaves With New Radio Show
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Clear Channel Communications Inc, Keep hope alive with the Rev. Jesse Jackson (Radio program), Radio stations, Black
L.A. Sentinel Newspaper Purchased By Bakewell Family
Danny Bakewell (American real estate developer and philanthropist.), Los Angeles sentinel (Newspaper), Blacks in newspaper publishing
Why Some Men Delay Fatherhood
Rita Marley, Widow Of Bob Marley, Says Reggae Legend Raped Her
Rita Marley (Jamaican reggae singer and wife of Bob Marley) (Rape), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae singer) (Sexual behavior)
Patti LaBelle: Nearly 60 & No Signs Of Slowing Down
Patti LaBelle

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