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

Hartford
31
Hartford (Conn.) (Blacks)
Go tell it on the mountain: Christmas and the black spirit
38
Blacks (Religious life), Christmas
Speakin' o' Christmas
39
Carol of the brown king
40
Diff'rent strokes
42
Television program reviews (Single works)
Baking sweet
78
Baking
Women in command
92
Gail Jennings, Denice WILLIAMS, Servicewomen
Life in a very special house
100
Elbert Hatchett, Houses (Michigan), Blacks (Michigan)
Another Robinson pioneer
106
Sharon ROBINSON, Midwives
7" 8| George Bell
110
George BELL

Introducing: Gerren Keith
42
Gerren Keith, Blacks in the television industry
Lena Horne: the lady and her music
46
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Lena's conductor
46
Linda Twine
How to get through the holidays without gaining weight
55
Christmas, Diet
Miles Davis' miraculous recovery from stroke
60
Miles Davis, Cerebrovascular disease
FBI special agent in charge
72
Wayne DAVIS, United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
Dr. T.J. Jemison: new man with a new plan
116
T. J. Jemison, Baptists (United States), Blacks (Religious life)
What happens to stars after the cheering stops?
120
Black celebrities
Michael
126
Michael Jackson; 1958-.
Chronicles of black courage
136
Mary Jane McLeod Bethune (American educator.); 1875-1955, Bethune-Cookman College
Lou Gossett, Jr
142
Louis Gossett (Jr.)

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