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

Old illusions and new Souths
33
Blacks (Southern States), Southern States (Social conditions)
South today
33
Southern States (Description and travel, Politics and government, Statistics)
In Montgomery
42
Moneta Sleet (American photojournalist.); 1926-1996, Montgomery (Ala.)Blacks
Black voices of the South
50
Blacks (Southern States), Southern States (Race relations)
Black business is tops in South
56
Black capitalism, Black business enterprises, Southern States (Economic conditions)
Unchanged South
126
Blacks (Social conditions), Sharecropping
@South of freedom' 1971
134
Blacks (Civil rights), McComb (Miss.), McMinnville (Tenn.)
Black politics in the South
140
Black public officers, Blacks (Political activities), Southern States (Politics and government)
Dixie schools charade
144
Education (Southern States), Public schools (Desegregation)
And I ain't just whistlin' Dixie
149
Ku Klux Klan

It's good to be home again
66
Blacks (Migration)
High school class faces the future
74
Black high school graduates, Edgard (La.) (Education)
Judge Branch of Greene County
82
William McKinley BRANCH, Justice, Administration of (Alabama)
Closing ranks on poverty
86
Cooperative associations
Black mayor in Florida town
98
Neil A. BUTLER, Gainesville (Fla.) (Politics and government)
Big man on campus
106
Harry WALKER, University of South Carolina
Birmingham revisited
114
Blacks (Civil rights), Birmingham (Ala.) (Blacks)
Return of a native
120
Mineral Wells (Tex.)
Atlanta: black mecca of the South
152
Atlanta (Ga.) (Description and travel, Blacks)
Belles of the South
158
Black women, Women
White voices of the South
164
Blacks (Southern States), Southern States (Race relations)
When industry goes south
168
Blacks (Employment), Southern States (Industries)
Looking upward
172
Blacks (Civil rights, Southern States)
Classic meals of the South
174
Cooking, American
Whatever happened to Mrs Rosa Parks?
180
Rosa Parks; 1913-., Blacks (Civil rights), Montgomery (Ala.) (Blacks)

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