Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Black clergy (Political activities), Blacks (Civil rights)
Clarence Thomas (American Supreme Court justice.), United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Affirmative action
Mel Reynolds; 1952-., Trials (Illinois), Black congressmen (Sexual behavior)
Martell Welch, Deletha Word; d. 1995, Drowning, Assault and battery, Detroit (Mich.) (Traffic accidents, Crime)
Lucius Davis, Black clergy, Funeral rites and ceremonies, Chicago (Ill.) (Religion)
J. J. Simmons, United States Interstate Commerce Commission
Tiger Woods; 1975-., Golf (Tournaments)
Mike Tyson; 1966-.
Freddy Cole; 1931-.
Ronnie White; 1939-1995
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