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Booker, Simeon
April 2002
Jet;4/22/2002, Vol. 101 Issue 18, p12
Presents news briefs on African Americans as of April 22, 2002, including a journey of North Carolina Representative Eva M. Clayton to Qatar to speak at a women's conference on leadership and democracy.


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