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

Speaking of people
6
Black celebrities
Of time, space and revolution
31
Black power, Blacks (Civil rights)
Unity of blackness
42
Blacks (Nationalism)
How black is black?
44
Blacks (Nationalism)
Any day now: black art and black liberation
54
Blacks (Culture)
Black Panthers
106
Black Panther Party
Detroit's rebel Judge Crockett
114
George W. Crockett (Jr.), Detroit (Mich.) (Crime)
Black theater
126
Theater, Black
Student's view: black students and their changing perspective
135
Black student militants, Student protests, demonstrations, etc
Educator's view: black students and the impossible revolution
141
Black student militants, Student protests, demonstrations, etc

Black and proud behind bars
64
Black Cultural Development Society, Prisoners (Education), Black prisoners, Prisons (Colorado)
Ameer (LeRoi Jones) Baraka
75
Imamu Amiri Baraka (American poet, playwright, essayist and short story writer.); 1934-, BlacksNationalism
Revolution in sound
84
Black music, Black musicians
Mboya's rebuttal
90
Back to Africa movements, Blacks (Africa)
Myths of the black revolt
96
Black militants, Blacks (Civil rights)
Economics of liberation
150
Black businessmen, Black business enterprises, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Nina Simone, high priestess of soul
156
Nina Simone
Politics and the black revolution
162
Blacks (Political activities)
Look to the East
170
Cooking, Arab

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