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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Nix Jr. Retires
Robert N. C. Nix (Jr., American state supreme court justice.), Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Daughter of Famed Quadriplegic Celestine Tate Harrington Gets Married
Celestine Tate Harrington; d. 1998, Nia Ball, Black paralytics, Handicapped mothers, Black handicapped women
North Carolina Teen Graduates Without Missing a Day of School in 13 Years
Vaddrick Parker, School attendance, Hobgood (N.C.) (Education)
President Clinton Reaches Accord with TV Executives on Children's Programming
Bill Clinton; 1946-., Television programs (Children's programs, Educational programs)
Party Chairmen Endorse Mayors' Fair Election Code
Democratic National Committee, Republican National Committee, National Conference of Black Mayors, United States (Race relations)
Louisiana Mechanic Files Civil Rights Complaint Over Mock Lynching by White Co-workers
Archie Donald, Benson Chevrolet-Geo (Firm), Black automobile mechanics (Persons), Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Lynching
Panel Says Widow of Reggie Lewis Can Sue Doctor of Late Husband
Donna Harris-Lewis, Reggie Lewis, Gilbert H. Mudge, Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston, Mass.), Boston Celtics (Basketball team), Physicians (Malpractice), Heart (Diseases, Diagnosis)
Blacks Capture Medals at Atlanta Olympics
Black athletes, Olympic Games, 1996 (Atlanta, Ga.)
Funeral Held in Atlanta for Olympics Bomb Victim Alice Hawthorne
Alice S. Hawthorne; d. 1996, Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta, Ga.) (Bombing, 1996)
SC Mother, 19, Arrested; Admits She Abandoned Son in NY Toy Store
Jonathan Adams, Tamekka Adams, Abandoned children, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Child welfare)

U.S. Congresswoman Barbara-Rose Collins Says She was Misquoted in Detroit Newspaper about Hating Whites
Barbara-Rose Collins; 1939-., Detroit free press, Race relations (Press coverage)
Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee Sue NY Construction Company and Architect for $1 Million
Frank Turner, Ruby Dee (American actress.), Ossie Davis (American actor and dramatist.); 1917-2005, Niba (Firm), Mount Vernon (N.Y.) (Historic houses, sites, etc)
Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Takes Case of Black Teen Killed by Dump Truck on Her Way to Mall
Johnnie Cochran (American lawyer.); 1937-2005, Cynthia Wiggins (store employee.); d. 1996, Discrimination in urban transportation, Shopping centers (Segregation), Cheektowaga (N.Y.) (Race relations), Buffalo (N.Y.) (Blacks)
Martin Lawrence Detained at Airport for Carrying Gun
Martin Lawrence (American comedian and actor.), Firearms (Laws and regulations), Airports (Security measures), Burbank (Calif.) (Airports)
Dennis Rodman Stays with the Chicago Bulls; Signs One-year Worth $9 Million
Dennis Rodman, Chicago Bulls (Basketball team)
Dr. Audrey F. Manley Serves as Acting U.S. Surgeon General
Audrey F. Manley (American pediatrician, surgeon general and college president.), United States Surgeon-General's Office
UPN President Raps Critics' 'obsession' with Network's Black-oriented Shows
Lucie Salhany, United Paramount Network, Television programs (Black programs)

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