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 veteran: battle on the home front
35
Black veterans
Benefits available to veterans
42
Veterans (Benefits)
Two blacks discover lost African world
47
Nigeria (Antiquities)
Nitro Nellie: lady drag racer
63
Nellie Louise GOINS
Dialogue with my Soledad son
72
George Jackson; 1941-1971, Black prisoners
Newark a year later
124
Kenneth A. Gibson; 1932-., Newark (N.J.) (Politics and government)
What's new in toys?
135
Christmas gifts for children
New breed principal brings peace to Pelton
144
Ted CARROLL, School superintendents and principals, San Francisco (Calif.) (Education)
Lady takes charge
156
Florence S. GAYNOR, New York (N.Y.) (Hospitals)
Of life and death
168
Prison riots

My China visit as a ping pong diplomat
84
Table tennis
Charles King and his magnificent flying machine
94
Autogiros, Black air pilots
Expanding world of Sidney Poitier
100
Sidney Poitier
Detroit's top librarian
115
Clara Stanton Jones; 1913-., Detroit Public Library
Case for the defense
170
Football players
Annual football roundup
172
Football, Professional
Little birds, big feast: rock cornish hens
188
Thanksgiving dinners
Whatever happened to Lincoln (Stepin Fetchit) Perry?
202
Lincoln Theodore Perry; 1902-1985

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