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

Washington notebook
31
M. Carl Holman
Family life of the Jackson Five
33
Rock groups
Why black men die younger
44
Blacks (Mortality, Health and hygiene)
Count Basie
54
Count Basie (American jazz pianist and band leader.); 1904-1984
Will the real Teresa Graves please stand up?
65
Teresa GRAVES
You can't tell the cops from the robbers
114
Disguise, New York (N.Y.) (Police)
Watts finally gets a hospital; King Hospital
124
Los Angeles (Calif.) (Hospitals)
Are black athletes naturally superior?
136
Black athletes
Klansman
148
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Violence comes to a southern town
148
Motion pictures (Plots, themes, etc)

Memorial to President
74
Museums (Liberia)
Coming of age: ritual for son's 16th birthday
82
Frank T. FAIR, Rites and ceremonies
Whys behind the black lawyer shortage
95
Bar examinations, Black lawyers
Gymnast sets sights on '76 Olympics
107
Michael Eric CARTER, Olympic Games, 1976 (Montreal, Quebec)
Respect for life
158
Life
Sweet festive moment
160
Desserts
Hurricane Carter: I was framed for murder!
174
Rubin Carter, Trials (Murder)

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