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NAACP Delegates Told $10 Million is Needed to Promote 'ideals and Visions'.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Wanted Poster Released by Republicans Has Potential to Incite Violence: Democrats
National Republican Congressional Committee, Political advertising (Ethical aspects), Campaign funds
Arthur Fletcher Returns to Political Forefront as a Republican Presidential Candidate
Arthur Allen Fletcher (American civil rights leader and government official.); 1924-2005, Republican Party (U.S.)
A Study Reports Black Women Like Their Bodies and White Women are Unhappy with Theirs
Body image in women, Race differences, Black women (Attitudes)
Audit Questions how NAACP Officers Spent Nearly $150,000 of Organization's Money
Benjamin L. Hooks (American civil rights activist, lawyer and judge.); 1925-2010, Benjamin F. Chavis (American clergyman and civil rights leader.); 1948-, William F. Gibson (American dentist and civil rights leader.); 1933-2002, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Treasury Dept. Investigating Possible Racist Activities of Agents at Annual Event
United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Good Ol' Boys Roundup, Race discrimination, United States (Race relations)
President of Benin, Nicephore Soglo, Visits White House
Nicephore Soglo (Beninese president) (Visit to the United States)
Frank Thomas Shines in 66th All-star Game; Ozzie Smith Receives Roberto Clemente Award
Frank Thomas, Ozzie Smith; 1954-., Baseball, Professional (All-star games), Roberto Clemente Award
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Muggsy Bogues, Among Jim Thorpe Award Winners
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards
Rap Star Queen Latifah Victim of Carjacking, Friend Wounded
Queen Latifah (American rapper and actress.), Carjacking, New York (N.Y.) (Crime), Harlem (New York, N.Y.)

Attorneys in Simpson Case, Cochran and Darden, Get in Heated Argument Over 'racist Question'.
O. J. Simpson (American football player and sportscaster); 1947- (Murder case, 1994, Criminal trial, Racial aspects), Christopher Darden (district attorney.), Johnnie Cochran (American lawyer.); 1937-2005
Gordon Parks Donates His Work Collection to Library of Congress
Gordon Parks (American film director, photographer and novelist); 1912-2006 (Archives), Library of Congress
Black 4 Year Old to be Returned to White Family She Lived with Since Infancy: Philadelphia Judge Rules
Alexa Fell, Interracial adoption, Custody of children, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Child welfare)
Under Siege 2: Dark Territory
Geoff Murphy (Reviews), Under siege 2: dark territory (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Why are Rap Stars So Appealing as Actors?
Rap musicians as actors and actresses

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