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

Crusade against the craft unions
33
Labor unions (Construction workers, Blacks)
USC Trojans shoot for Rose bowl with black quarterback
44
Jimmy Jones; 1930-., Football
How blacks upset the Marine corps
55
United States Marine Corps (Blacks)
Jerry Butler: history's hottest iceman
64
Jerry BUTLER
Scientist with a cause
73
Bernard GIFFORD, Civil rights organizations, Rochester (N.Y.) (Blacks)
Black stunt men
114
Stuntmen and stuntwomen
"I lived six months as a black woman".
124
Grace Halsell; 1923-2000, Color of man, Race relations, Black women
Dorie Miller: first U.S. hero of World war II.
132
Doris MILLER, Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941
Common sense solution
140
Drug laws and regulations
Stamp explosion
142
Postage stamps

Black firm joins the toy industry
84
Shindana Toy Company, Toys
Elco Pomare
94
Eleo Pomare
Computer whiz kid
101
Robert DODSON, Computers (Design)
Black Expo; trade fair in Chicago
106
Exhibitions
Christmas gifts from the kitchen
158
Christmas cooking
Big big men cash in on league war
164
Basketball players
Double life of Marc Copage
174
Marc Copage; 1962-.

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