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Black Farmers, Dept. of Agriculture Agree on $375 Million Settlement
United States Dept. of Agriculture, Black farmers
Celebrities Share what the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Means to Them
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, Black celebrities
Prosecutors Violate Their Oaths by Hiding Evidence, Chicago Tribune Investigation Reveals
Chicago tribune, District attorneys, Legal ethics, Evidence (Law), Miscarriage of justice
Atlanta Entrepreneur Bunnie Jackson Weds Houston Businessman Nick Clayton
Bunnie Jackson, Nick Clayton
Florida Siblings, 12 and 13, Charged with Killing Their Father's Girlfriend
Cathy Nicole Jones, Curtis Fairchild Jones, Sonya Speights, Murder, Siblings, Black youth (Crime), Port Saint John (Fla.) (Crime)
Lauryn Hill Tops Grammy Nominees with 10; Kirk Franklin and Brandy Each Up for Four
Lauryn Hill (American singer.), Kirk Franklin (American gospel rap singer.), Brandy (Singer) (American singer.), Grammy Awards
Terrell Davis, Reggie White Named Top Offensive and Defensive Players in NFL.
Terrell Davis (American football player.); 1972-, Reggie White (American football player and clergyman.); 1961-2004, Denver Broncos (Football team), Green Bay Packers (Football team), Football, Professional (Awards)
Tennessee is No. 1 Capping Undefeated Season with Win at Fiesta Bowl
Florida State University (Football), University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Football), Football, College (Bowl games)
NBA Season Saved as Lockout Ends
National Basketball Association, Lockouts (Basketball, Professional), Collective labor agreements (Basketball, Professional)
John Thompson Resigns as Head Basketball Coach at Georgetown
John Thompson (American basketball coach.), Georgetown University (Basketball)

California Gov. Wants Top 4[percent] of Grads from Each High School OK'd for Admission to Univ. of Calif. in Bid to Increase Minority Enrollment
Gray Davis, University of California (System), Minorities (Education), Colleges and universities (Admission)
State NAACP Head Blasts Wallingford, CT, Mayor's Refusal to Make King Day a Paid Holiday for City
William Dickinson, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Martin Luther King Day, Wallingford (Conn.) (Employees, Race relations)
Auto Industry Leader Mel Farr Makes Big Investment in Urban Market
Mel Farr (American automobile dealer.); 1944-, Mel Farr Automotive Group (Firm) (Securities), Black automobile dealers (Location), Certificates of credit card receivables
Blind New Yorker Sues Bus Line for $11 Million; Charges Bias Against Him and His Guide Dog
Frank Senior, Red and Tan (Firm), Blind (Travel), Guide dogs
Ray Rhodes Named New Head Coach of the Green Bay Packers
Ray Rhodes; 1950-., Green Bay Packers (Football team)
New Fox TV Show 'The PJs' Ignites Controversy
Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Fox Broadcasting Company, PJs (Television program) (Reviews), Clay animation, Blacks in television, Television programs (Cartoons)
Queen Latifah
Queen Latifah (American rapper and actress.)

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