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

Chicago Woman Heads 3rd Largest Teachers' Local
27
Jacqueline B. Vaughn; 1935-1994, American Federation of Teachers, Labor unions (Women), Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
Winning Success in Silicon Valley
37
Blacks in the electronic industry, Silicon Valley (Calif.)
Mother and Son Cops Keep Peace in Homes and Streets
43
Leroy Champion, Geraldine Champion, Black police, Atlanta (Ga.) (Police)
How to Handle a Racist
51
Blacks (Civil rights), United States (Race relations)
Prince: the Story Behind His Passion for Purple and Privacy
66
Prince
A Soldier's Story
112
Norman Jewison (Reviews), Soldier's story (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Why Blacks Do Better at Black Colleges
125
Black college students, Black colleges and universities
Toys with a Look to the Future
131
Toy robots
All Tied Up
138
Neckties
Thanksgiving Special
140
Thanksgiving dinners

Corporate Conquerors: Black Women on the Rise
76
Black women executives
Blacks in Isolated Areas
85
Blacks (Race identity)
Houston's $6 Million Man
93
Warren Moon
Trinidad and Tobago
102
Trinidad and Tobago (Description and travel)
The 12 Gifts for Christmas Under 25 Dollars
154
Christmas gifts
Home Entertainment: Giving Yourself the Gift of Audio-video Pleasure
157
Audio-video systems
First Black Woman Bishop
164
Leontine T. C. Kelly (American bishop.), Women and religion (United Methodist Church)
Valerie Brisco-Hooks: Olympic Medal Winner
172
Valerie Brisco (American runner.); 1960-, Track and field athletics (Women)

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