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

Backstage
32
Radio stations, Black
Eddie Murphy: an Incredible Leap to Super-stardom
35
Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.)
Super Mom, Super Kids
44
Alice Williams, Blacks (Education)
Making Sense of Your Dreams
51
Dreams
What's Ahead for Blacks?
58
Blacks in television
5'4| and Under: Fashions for the Petite Figure
110
Clothing and dress (Size)
Selecting a Suit for All Seasons
114
Clothing and dress (Men), Suits (Clothing)
Co-op Living in the Suburbs
116
Condominiums, Blacks (Housing), Cooperative apartments
Eighteen-year-old Financial Whiz
121
Samuel Salter, Continational Financial Corporation, Youth and business
Are Black Refugees Getting a Dirty Deal?
132
Immigration and emigration, Refugees, Ethiopian, Refugees, Haitian

Darryl Stingley: Happy to be Alive
68
Football, Professional (Accidents and injuries), Black paralytics
Should a Black Run for President?
76
Political attitudes, Black presidential candidates
Private Black Colleges: Struggle Against the Odds
84
Black colleges and universities
Are You Headed for a Nervous Breakdown?
92
Nervous breakdown
Casserole Cuisine
100
Casserole cooking
Teachers Union Boss
140
Mary Hatwood Futrell, National Education Association of the United States
Chronicles of Black Courage
147
Robert Smalls; 1839-1915, Slavery, United States (History, Blacks, Civil War, 1861-1865, Naval operations, Confederate States)
Countee Cullen: to Make a Poet Black . .
152
Countee Cullen (American poet.); 1903-1946
Juggling Careers in Medicine and Music
156
Cleve Francis, Physicians as musicians
Whatever Happened to . . . Bernice King
160
Bernice King; 1963-.

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