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

Kentucky Legal Secretary Wins Ebony's Gertrude Johnson Williams Writing Contest
10
Sandra W. French, Gertrude Johnson Williams Writing Contest
Front Porch Swings
10
Short stories
10 Ways to Increase the Family Nest Egg
25
Blacks (Economic conditions), Investments
Seeing Double: a New Look at Twins
28
Twins
Shrine of the Struggle
40
Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, Ala.)
Modern Parenting: Sharing the Load
74
Married couples (Employment), Black family, Home economics
Finis Henderson: All in the Family
80
Finis Henderson (III.)
Skillet Creations
88
Skillet cooking
A New You for Spring 1993
94
Skin (Care and hygiene)
Obituary
110
Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993

Elizabeth Catlett: Dean of Women Artists
46
Elizabeth Catlett (American sculptor and printmaker.); 1915-
Black College Queens
54
Black women college students, Beauty contests
Maya Angelou: Prime-time Poet
68
Maya Angelou (American poet and memoirist.)

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