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Black History Month 2002 Focuses on Racism in America
Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Black History Month
Social Security Administration Will Pay $7.75 Mil. to Settle Employment Bias Suit
United States Social Security Administration (Suits and claims), United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Major Art Exhibition Dedicated to Martin Luther King, Jr. Opens in Detroit
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Exhibitions)
Modern Black Inventors
Black inventors
'Call Me Mister' Program Trains South Carolina's Future Black Male Teachers
Clemson University, Black teachers (Certification, Employment), Blacks (Education)
Blacks Criticize Sentences of White New Jersey State Troopers After Plea Bargain in Racial Profiling and Shooting Case
James Kenna, John Hogan, Racial profiling, Searches and seizures, Police shootings (New Jersey), State police (New Jersey)
Blacks Sue Waffle House Restaurant for Discrimination
Waffle House Inc (Suits and claims), Fast food restaurants (Segregation), Blacks (Segregation), Gastonia (N.C.) (Restaurants)
Plaque Honoring Actor James Earl Jones Has Name of Dr. King's Killer on it Instead
James Earl Ray (American assassin of Martin Luther King, Jr.); 1928-1998, James Earl Jones (American actor.), Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, Plaques (Errors)
Ben Vereen Lauded by City Of Miami for Heroism
Ben Vereen (American actor, singer and dancer.), Heroes and heroines, Miami (Fla.) (Crime)
Barry Bonds Inks Five-year, $90 Million Deal with Giants
Barry Bonds (American baseball player.); 1964-, San Francisco Giants (Baseball team)

Satcher Directs Morehouse School of Medicine's New Center for Primary Care
David Satcher (American surgeon general.); 1941-, Morehouse School of Medicine
Federal Probe of Enron Bankruptcy is Led by Black Deputy Atty. Gen. Larry Thompson
Larry D. Thompson (American lawyer and beverage company executive.); 1945-, Enron Corp (Fraud case), Investment fraud
Keith Leads U.S. Communication Efforts with Middle East Countries in War on Terrorism
Kenton W. Keith, War on Terrorism, Middle East (Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Middle East)
Korey Stringer's Widow Sues Minnesota Vikings
Kelci Stringer (wife of American football player Korey Stringer) (Trials, litigation, etc), Korey Stringer (American football player); 1974-2001 (Death and burial), Minnesota Vikings (Football team) (Suits and claims)
Chicago Bears' Anthony Thomas, Pittsburgh Steelers' Kendrell Bell Named NFL Rookies of the Year
Anthony Thomas, Kendrell Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers (Football team), Chicago Bears (Football team)
Marshall Faulk and Michael Strahan Earn NFL Player of the Year Awards
Michael Strahan (American football player.); 1971-, Marshall Faulk (American football player.); 1973-, New York Giants (Football team), St. Louis Rams (Football team)
Singers Chante Moore and Kenny Lattimore Wed in Jamaica
Chante Moore (Marriage), Kenny Lattimore (Marriage)

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