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March 1997
New York Amsterdam News;03/22/97, Vol. 88 Issue 12, p39
Presents a caption story of retired Army General Colin Powell who was among the many notables who attended the United Negro Fund awards dinner held in Manhattan at the Sheraton New York Hotel.


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