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Television

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A Different World (1987-1993)
A Different World was created by Bill Cosby and aired for six seasons on NBC. The show was a spin-off of The Cosby Show and centered around the life of Denise Huxtable (Lisa Bonet) at a fictional college called Hillman. However, Lisa Bonet became pregnant and left the show. Debbie Allen was in charge of revamping the show's image from the second season onward. The show took on a variety of political and social topics. The show also focused on the relationships the students had with each other, most notably Dwayne Wayne (Kadeem Hardison) and Whitley Gilbert (Jasmine Guy). The show was highly rated in the homes of African American viewers.

Movies

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Boyz N The Hood (1991)
Tre (Cuba Gooding Jr.) is sent to live with his father, Furious Styles (Larry Fishburne), in tough South Central Los Angeles. Although his hard-nosed father instills proper values and respect in him, and his devout girlfriend Brandi (Nia Long) teaches him about faith, Tre's friends Doughboy (Ice Cube) and Ricky (Morris Chestnut) don't have the same kind of support and are drawn into the neighborhood's booming drug and gang culture, with increasingly tragic results.

Box Office: $57.5 million

Sports

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The 1992 Dream Team (1992)
The 1992 United States men's Olympic basketball team, nicknamed the "Dream Team", was the first American Olympic team to feature active NBA players. Described by American journalists as the greatest sports team ever assembled, and called by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame "the greatest collection of basketball talent on the planet." The first ten players for the team were officially selected on September 21, 1991: Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen , John Stockton, Karl Malone, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Patrick Ewing, Chris Mullin, David Robinson, and Charles Barkley of the Philadelphia 76ers. Chuck Daly served as coach. 

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