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Politicians, Scholars Voice Support for Slavery Reparation
Dorothy Tillman, Lerone Bennett; 1928-., John Conyers; 1929-., Chicago (Ill.) City Council, Slavery (Reparations)
Falsely Imprisoned Ex-Black Panther 'Geronimo' Pratt to Get $4.5 Mil. in Settlement
Elmer Geronimo Pratt (American revolutionary.), Miscarriage of justice, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Teenager Charged in Shooting of Seven Black Youths at Popular D.C. Zoo
National Zoological Park (U.S.), Youth and firearms, Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Washington (D.C.) (Crime)
Rev. Jesse Jackson Cites Unequal Treatment of Cuban and Haitian Refugees by the U.S.
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Refugees, Cuban, Refugees, Haitian
Black Women Spearhead New Markets Equity Fund Fostering Minority Firms
Millicent Hodge, Janice A. Booker, New Markets Equity Fund
Clinton Joins in Little Rock Memorial Service Honoring Civil Rights Heroine Daisy Bates
Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Daisy Bates (American civil rights activist.), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education, History)
Black Youths Treated More Harshly by Juvenile Justice System Than Whites: Report
Minorities (Civil rights), Juvenile justice, Administration of
Atlanta Hawks' Lenny Wilkens, the Winningest Coach in NBA History, Resigns
Lenny Wilkens; 1938-., Atlanta Hawks (Basketball team)
Tausha Mills, No. 2 WNBA Draft Pick, Heads List of the Six Blacks Chosen in Top 10
Tausha Mills; 1976-., Women's National Basketball Association
Heavyweight Champ Lennox Lewis Keeps Titles with Round 2 Knockout
Lennox Lewis (British boxer.)

Black Pilot Makes History as 1st Man to Pilot Open-cockpit Plane to North Pole
Gus McLeod (American aviator and medical supply and beer distribution executive.), Polar flights
Church of God in Christ Bishop Charles E. Blake Receives L.A. Urban League's Whitney M. Young Award
Charles E. Blake (American bishop.)
Mary J. Blige Discusses Her Triumph Over Drugs in June Ebony
Mary J. Blige, Musicians (Drug use)
Rev. Jesse Jackson Confronts White Supremacists in Wallingford, CT, Opposed to Statewide Law Ordering Observance of Martin Luther King Day
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Ku Klux Klan, Martin Luther King Day, Wallingford (Conn.) (Race relations)
Marion Jones Anchors Record-setting USA Teams at Penn Relays in Philadelphia
Marion Jones; 1975-., Track and field athletics (Women)
Experts Discourage Swim Lessons for Children Under 4 Because Kids Might Develop False Sense of Security Around Water
American Academy of Pediatrics, Swimming (Study and teaching), Drowning (Prevention)
Mary Wilson Reveals why She Won't Tour with Diana Ross and the Supremes
Mary Wilson (American singer.); 1944-, Supremes (Musical group)

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