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

Education's lady on the go
29
Elizabeth Duncan Koontz; 1919-1989, National Education Association of the United States, Black teachers
Entertaining athletes
39
Black athletes, Black entertainers
Eliana Pittman
62
Eliana Pittman
Dixie bus company at a crossroads
70
Bus lines, Winston-Salem (N.C.) (Transit systems)
Cat lady of Philadelphia: S. DePaur
76
Starletta DEPAUR, Paralysis
New life for Ron Sturrup
115
Ron STURRUP, Ex-convicts (Rehabilitation)
Coin collecting police clerk
126
Marvin R. LEFTWICH, Numismatics
Tragedy of a compulsive gambler
133
Gambling
Burl Toler blows a whistle
142
Burl TOLER, Football, Professional, Black teachers
License to murder
148
Blacks (Social conditions)

Floyd Little on the run
86
Floyd LITTLE, Football players
Village blacksmiths
96
Edwin Johnson, Art metalwork, Black businessmen
Customs clears way to progress
104
U.S. Customs Service, Black government employees
Military ordeal of Sammy Davis jr
151
Race discrimination, United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Flaming desserts
166
Desserts
New role for Rafer
181
Rafer Johnson; 1935-., Motion picture production and direction

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