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

Sheila E.: Pop Rock's Different Drummer
31
Sheila E. (American drummer and singer.)
What's Behind the Shortage of Blacks in Symphony Orchestras?
36
Black musicians, Orchestras, Blacks (Employment)
Billie Holiday of the NYPD.
46
Billie Holliday (American police official.), Police (Public relations), Black policewomen, New York (N.Y.) (Police)
Is My 'post-integration' Daughter Black Enough?
54
Blacks (Civil rights, History, Race identity)
The Most Influential Black Woman in Texas
60
Myra McDaniel, Black women public officers, Texas (Politics and government)
Lou Rawls at Home
100
Lou Rawls (American singer.)
The Ebony Man: Hairstyles Handled with Care
106
Black hairstyling
Savoring the Last Days of Summer
108
Outdoor meals
A New Identity Through a New Diet
116
Terrill Atkinson, Weight reducing products
Whatever Happened to . .
122
Marc Copage; 1962-.

Hypnotherapy: a New Weapon in the War on Stress
68
Alexander Butts, Hypnotism (Therapeutic use), Stress
Chicago's Acrobatic Ambassadors
76
Jesse C. White; 1934-., Tumbling
Philip Michael Thomas: Hot and Handsome Star of TV's 'Miami Vice'.
92
Philip Michael Thomas
Miami Vice
92
Miami vice (Television program) (Reviews)
Howard University: a Unique Center of Excellence
140
Howard University
Ebony/Jet Showcase
148
Ebony. Jet showcase (Television program) (Reviews)
A Probing Look at Children of Interracial Marriages
156
Children of interracial parents

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