Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
  

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Contents

Black woman: special issue
24
Black women
Ebony book shelf
24
Black women (Bibliography)
In celebration of black women
30
Black women in poetry
No images
30
Big momma; Blackwoman
30
It's a mighty good life
73
Farm women
Fashions and business set her lifestyle
74
Fashion shows
After the break up
77
Vonetta McGee
Slim past, but a strong future
89
Congresswomen, Black women public officers
Sex and the black woman: they are now seeking advice
103
Sexual behavior

Black magic
30
Black woman today
33
Joyce A. Ladner
Tomorrow's black woman: independent, smart, feminine
44
Black women (Attitudes)
Washington notebook
50
Mattie Florence LEMON, Black women (Employment)
Keep him happy and you can keep him
52
Women and men
Fruitful past but a shaky future
60
Women athletes
Nine profiles of black womanhood
69
Black women (Occupations)
She's a fighter on three fronts
70
Addie L. Wyatt; 1924-., Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, Labor unions (Women)
Fast-paced ride with the jet set crowd
72
Pat CLEVELAND
Professional women: her fields have widened
114
Businesswomen
They are owners, bosses, workers
122
Black business enterprises, Women executives
Creative woman: success requires talent and drive
135
WOMEN in the arts
Time for working together
142
Women and men
Is a woman over the hill at 40?
144
Age (Psychology), Black women (Psychology)
For bridge, backgammon or rap sessions
150
Entertaining
Successful black models in Europe
156
Models (Persons)
Black women/black men: has something gone wrong between them?
160
Blacks (Psychology), Women and men
No crystal stair: the black woman in history
164
Black women (History)

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