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July 22, 1990 | United Press International
A black man hit by a truck after he was chased into a street by a group of whites remained in critical condition Saturday as police who patrol the mostly white neighborhood played down similarities with a 1986 clash in New York's Howard Beach. Herbert Jennings sustained severe head and chest injuries.
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January 11, 1998 | ANNIE GOWEN, THE WASHINGTON POST
Two Maryland public school superintendents have removed books by prominent African American authors from high school English classes in recent weeks at the urging of some parents who called the works "trash" and "anti-white." In Anne Arundel County, Supt. Carol S. Parham ordered Maya Angelou's autobiographical "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" removed from the ninth-grade English curriculum, although it will still be taught in the 11th grade. In St. Mary's County, Supt.
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January 11, 1998 | ANNIE GOWEN, THE WASHINGTON POST
Two Maryland public school superintendents have removed books by prominent African American authors from high school English classes in recent weeks at the urging of some parents who called the works "trash" and "anti-white." In Anne Arundel County, Supt. Carol S. Parham ordered Maya Angelou's autobiographical "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" removed from the ninth-grade English curriculum, although it will still be taught in the 11th grade. In St. Mary's County, Supt.
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July 22, 1990 | United Press International
A black man hit by a truck after he was chased into a street by a group of whites remained in critical condition Saturday as police who patrol the mostly white neighborhood played down similarities with a 1986 clash in New York's Howard Beach. Herbert Jennings sustained severe head and chest injuries.
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