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
27
M. Carl Holman, National Urban Coalition
Gary Coleman on his fame, his money, his career, his future and what makes him tick
33
Gary Coleman
Richmond: former Confederate capital finally falls to blacks
44
Black municipal officers, Richmond (Va.) (Blacks)
Randy's escape from death
57
Randy JACKSON, Leg (Surgery), Traffic accidents
Farewell to Jesse Owens
66
Jesse Owens; 1913-1980
Buffets for special occasions
96
Buffet meals
Baseball 1980: 35 years after Jackie Robinson
104
Jackie Robinson; 1919-1972, Baseball players, Discrimination in sports
Ebony's predictions: 1980
110
Baseball, Professional
Tyrone Brown: traffic cop of the airwaves
115
Tyrone Brown, United States Federal Communications Commission
Taking your music with you
134
Radio receivers (Tape recorder combination)

Tomorrow's school today
74
Blacks (Education), Engineering (Study and teaching), Houston (Tex.) (Education)
This life (Book Review)
85
This life
85
Sidney Poitier
Building from the basement up
140
Cimena M. CUMMINGS, Clothing industry
Bachelors for 1980
144
Single men
Beautiful black women
156
Black women (Photographs)

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