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

The Genius of African Art
31
Art, African (Exhibitions)
Ebony Interview with Eddie Murphy
40
Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.)
Maj. Gen. Eugene R. Cromartie: the Army's Top Cop
50
Eugene R. Cromartie; 1936-., United States Army Criminal Investigation Command, United States Army (Blacks)
American Film Institute: Black Graduates Show Their Stuff
58
American Film Institute, Blacks in the motion picture industry, Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
New Hope for the Impotent
64
Impotence, Penile implants
Bachelorettes for '85
79
Black women, Single women
Sugar Ray Leonard: Baby Jarrel Takes Over Ex-champ's Happy Home
88
Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
The Last Days of Marvin Gaye
96
Marvin Gaye (American singer and songwriter.)
Summer Drinks: Cool & Refreshing
116
Alcoholic beverages
A Man who Goes by the Books
126
E. J. Josey (American librarian.); 1924-2009, American Library Association, Black librarians

Happiness is Losing 130 Pounds
70
Melvetta Tilmon, Dieting

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