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

Backstage
29
Herb Nipson
Business is His Business
31
James I. Cash, Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, Black college teachers
An Ex-con's Journey to the Right Side of the Law
38
Donald Streater, Black ex-convicts (Rehabilitation), Drug abuse (Therapy)
Introducing: Pulitzer Prize-winning Poet Rita Dove
44
Rita Dove (American poet and short story writer.)
Maurice Scales--brother of Invention
51
Maurice Scales, Children as inventors, Children (Accidents, Prevention)
Space is Her Destination
93
Mae C. Jemison
Doctor of Sports and Sociology
101
Harry Edwards, Black athletes, Discrimination in sports
Breads Fresh from Your Oven
116
Bread
The Lawyer who Wins $100 Million Damage Suits
127
Willie Gary (American lawyer.), Damages
Best Black Athletes of All Time
134
Black athletes

Beah Richards
61
Beah Richards (American actress.); 1926-2000
Fighting for Their Rights
68
National Council on Independent Living
Top Black Directors on Major Corporate Boards
77
Corporations (Directors), Black executives
Half the Man He Used to Be: Rev. Charles Williams Loses 188 Pounds
86
Charles R. Williams; 1948-2004, Fasting
Who's the Greatest?
140
Janet Jackson, Anita Baker, Whitney Houston
How I Survived Divorce
148
Black divorced women
New Faces for TV's New Season
155
Blacks in television

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