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

Cheek brothers, a new breed of college president
35
James Edward Cheek; 1932-., King V. CHEEK, Howard University, Shaw University, College presidents
Artist sculptures JFK doodles
46
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963, Ralph M. TATE, Metal sculpture, Psychoanalysis
Bishop Burgess of Massachusetts
54
John Melville Burgess, Episcopal Church (Bishops)
Art of Henry O. Tanner
60
Henry Ossawa Tanner; 1859-1937
My plea to Castro for return of my child
66
Airplane hijacking, Kidnapping
Saba's youngest ruler
116
Joseph Emanuel RICHARDSON, Saba (Netherlands Antilles)
Master of air defense
124
James J. KELLY, Air bases, Radar defense networks, United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Doctor Howard's safari room
132
Theodore Roosevelt Mason HOWARD, Hunting trophies, Trophy rooms
Gail Fisher, the girl from Mannix
140
Gail FISHER, Blacks in television, Television program reviews
Diahann Carroll presents the Julia dolls
148
Diahann Carroll, Mattel Inc, Dolls

Angel Levine
76
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Belafonte plays angel on and off the screen
76
Harry Belafonte, Motion picture production and direction
American museum's youngest scientist
86
Jeffrey HURTT, American Museum of Natural History, Gifted children, Microscopes (Study and teaching)
Home run king Reggie Jackson
92
Reggie Jackson, Baseball, Professional
You can go home again
104
Public welfare (United States)
Twelve wives of Chief Ogunde
106
Hubert Ogunde, Dance, African, Polygamy
Black boycotts before Montgomery
154
Blacks (Civil rights, History, Southern States)
Chambers brothers
162
Popular music, Singers
Roy Innis: nation builder
170
Roy Innis; 1934-., Congress of Racial Equality
It's fun to fondue
180
Fondues
Football heroes invade Hollywood
195
Football players, Black actors and actresses

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