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

New careers for the new woman
31
Black women (Occupations)
Glide to glory
44
A. Cecil WILLIAMS, Church services, Religion and music, San Francisco (Calif.) (Churches (Buildings))
Military exchanges think black
54
Air bases, Black consumers, Military exchanges
Homecoming for Sam Jackson
60
Samuel C. Jackson; 1929-1982, United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
Sterling ball funds ghetto scholarships
72
Balls (Parties), Blacks (Scholarships)
Doctor Benjamin
88
Benjamin Elijah Mays; 1894-1984, Morehouse College
Have a vegetable festival
96
Cooking (Vegetables)
Lady pros seek golf glory
106
Althea Gibson; 1927-., Renee Powell, Ladies Professional Golf Association, Golf (Tournaments)
Will the suburbs beckon?
112
Location in business and industry, Blacks (Migration), Suburbs (Blacks)
Radicalization of Angela Davis
114
Angela Yvonne Davis (American political activist.); 1944-

Chopper coppers
78
Helicopters in police work, Black police
Vote mobilization for the 1970s
84
Asa Philip Randolph; 1889-1979, A. Philip Randolph Institute, Blacks (Political activities)
Rhetoric vs. reality
115
Angela Yvonne Davis (American political activist.); 1944-
Whatever happened to hammerin' Henry Armstrong
122
Henry ARMSTRONG

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