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OPIC Establishes $120 Million Fund to Foster South African Jobs
Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Investments, American (South Africa)
The College Fund/UNCF Has History Making Year; Raises More Than $100 Million
United Negro College Fund
Brooklyn Girl Awarded $35.6 Million in Hospital Lawsuit
Shivonne McDonald, Chester Prime, Cerebral palsy, Trials (Malpractice), Hospitals (Malpractice), Trials (New York (State)), Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Hospitals)
Why Suicide is Increasing Among Young Black Men
Black young men (Suicide)
Boy, 4, Found in NY Toy Store Four Months Ago, Still Waiting for His Family
Jonathan Adams, Abandoned children, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Child welfare)
Mail Man who Lost His Legs in Work Accident Returns to New Job at Post Office in Erie, PA.
Ron Holman, Handicapped postal employees, Blacks in the postal service (Health and hygiene), Black handicapped (Employment)
White Alabama Man Sues Charging He was Fired from Job as Police Officer for Dating Black Women
Elmer Jack Smith, Birmingham Veterans Administration Medical Center (Ala.), Interracial dating, Discrimination in employment, Veterans (Hospitals, Police, Dismissal), Birmingham (Ala.) (Race relations)
Reps. Draft Fill to Prevent Insurance Companies from Canceling Policies of Torched Churches
Black church burnings, Insurance, Fire, Insurance, Church
Injury Keeps Rubin Out of Olympics; She Readies for the U.S. Open
Chanda Rubin; 1976-., Tennis (Accidents and injuries)
Bomb Blast at Centennial Olympic Park Claims Black Woman Among Two Deaths
Alice S. Hawthorne; d. 1996, Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta, Ga.) (Bombing, 1996)

NAACP Defense Fund Charges Maryland Not Enforcing Vote Law
Legal Defense and Educational Fund, National Voter Registration Act, Black suffrage, Maryland (Politics and government)
Morris Brown College Out of Debt; Expects $2 Million Surplus
Morris Brown College
UMass Settles Invasion of Privacy Complaint from Basketball Players
University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Basketball), Boston globe, Right of privacy, Sports journalism (Ethical aspects), Black athletes (Education), Grading and marking (Education)
Morgan Freeman Stars in 'Chain Reaction'.
Morgan Freeman (American actor.), Andrew Davis (American motion picture director) (Reviews), Chain reaction (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Blacks Mine Olympic Gold in First 10 Days of Competition
Olympic Games, 1996 (Atlanta, Ga.), Black athletes
Dr. David Satcher, CDC Director, Says Blacks Should Pay Extra Attention to Surgeon General's Report
David Satcher (American surgeon general.); 1941-, United States Surgeon-General's Office, Exercise, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Mr. T Must Pay $4.9 Million to Two Chicago Men who Created His Tough-guy Image
Mr. T (American wrestler and actor.); 1952-, Calvin Hollins, John Bitoy

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