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    IMDiversity Career Center
      United States
    Dedicated to providing career and self-development information to all minorities, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and Women. Includes "virtual villages," which contain basic census information, articles by leading writers, thinkers, academicians, politicians and social activists.
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    Role Model For American Indian Artists Dies
    Lloyd Kiva New, who helped found the Institute of American Indian Arts where he pushed students from the traditional into the contemporary arts, died Friday. He was 85. "No one could deny his importance as a role model, as a symbol of what we could become," said painter Fritz Scholder "His manner was so dignified, He was a person everyone could respect, and we all did."

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