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

Washington notebook
29
Black churches, Washington (D.C.) (Churches (Buildings))
100 most influential black Americans
33
Black leadership, Blacks
Try the other coast
40
United States (Description and travel)
From mailman to the Met
48
Seth McCoy; 1928-1997
Are superstars forgetting their roots?
54
Black celebrities, Black organizations, Fund raising
Bachelorettes for 1979
156
Black women, Single women
Daughters of Malcolm X and MLK: stagestruck duo
166
Acting (Study and teaching)
Mighty leap toward jai-alai fame
170
Freddy GRIFFIN, Jai alai
Dream deferred or a dream fulfilled; Brown v Board of Education decision
174
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Public schools (Desegregation)
Thurgood Marshall speaks
176
Howard University School of Law

Commodores
62
Rock groups
Kicking the credit habit
96
Debt
Stroke: a sneaky killer with a knockout punch
106
Blacks (Health and hygiene), Cerebrovascular disease
Strawberries galore
125
Cooking (Fruit)
D-day at the Supreme Court
180
Special Ebony poll
183
Black public officers (Attitudes), Blacks (Segregation)
Linda Brown Smith: integration's unwitting pioneer
186
Linda Brown Thompson (American civil rights activist and subject of 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case.)

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