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

Progress report 1964-1974: a decade of struggle
25
Blacks (Economic conditions, Social conditions)
Washington notebook
42
Oscar COLLINS, Black government employees
Pee wee karate champ
44
Martial arts
At home, Fred's a nice, nice guy
50
Fred Williamson
Capitol hill--a laboratory for high schoolers
60
United States Congress (Pages)
Myla Perkins' living black dolls
88
Dolls (Collectors and collecting)
Best of all worlds for a black pro
96
Basketball players, Basketball, Professional
Breaking your fast--nutritiously
110
Breakfasts
What you can do to combat crime
116
Crime prevention (Citizen participation), Blacks (Crime)
Muhammad Ali challenges black men
120
Muhammad Ali; 1942-.

Cars for 1975
70
Automobiles
Southern blacks help themselves
78
Randolph T. BLACKWELL, Community development, Black business enterprises, Blacks (Southern States)

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