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

Job outlook for youth
25
Blacks (Employment), Occupations
Labor union discrimination limits Negroes in apprenticeships, skilled jobs
28
Discrimination in employment
U.S. government employs one of each eighteen Negro workers
30
Black government employees
World's greatest diamond thief
35
Maurice Morning WILLS, Baseball players
Brook Benton
44
Brook Benton; 1931-1988, Phonograph records (Black music)
Biggest reception ever
89
White House (Washington, D.C.), Blacks
South Carolina's moment of truth
96
CLEMSON agricultural college, Clemson (S.C.), Colleges and universities (Desegregation), South Carolina (Race relations)
American coed in Israel
105
Joan WEST, Colleges and universities (Israel), Blacks (Israel)
Winning a war
112
Race discrimination
Texas trail ride
115
Cowboys, Rodeos

If I were young today
52
Blacks (Employment)
Four against the odds
55
Bonner family, Black teachers, Coaches (Athletics)
Lena Horne speaks freely on race, marriage, stage
61
Black actors and actresses
White man who couldn't be white
68
Blacks (South Africa)
South Africa's black millionaire
73
Khotso, Blacks (South Africa)
Woman on the go for God
78
Lillian Brooks COFFEY, Church of God, Black women
Best dressed women of 1963
132
Clothing and dress, Black women
Sew a shift for spring
142
Dressmaking
Cordon bleu italien
144
Cooking (Meat), Cooking, French
Teen-agers win movie roles
150
Judy Pace; 1946-., Motion picture actors and actresses
Young troupers make hit debut
156
Black musicians, Black youth

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