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
22
Eddie Lovett, Private libraries
Washington notebook
24
United States President's Commission on Personnel Interchange
Lost in the shuffle
28
United States (Moral conditions)
Kingston summit
33
Africa (Politics and government), Jamaica (Politics and government), Commonwealth of Nations (Conferences)
Soul explosion rocks Land of Rising Sun
42
Black music, Tokyo (Japan) (Music)
Oil boom in Alabama: rural families may share in profits
76
Oil and gas leases, Petroleum
Now that the war is over .
85
Black veterans, Veterans (Benefits)
Needed: an educational tax break
92
College education (Costs), Taxation
Athletes search for inner peace through religions and mind sciences
94
Athletes (Religious life)
Peaches! versatile dishes and desserts
108
Cooking (Peaches)

Farewell to Josephine
50
Josephine Baker (American actress, singer and dancer.); 1906-1975
How hypnosis eases medical care
58
Hypnotism (Therapeutic use)
How to bring up a black child
68
Black children
Temptations
114
Rock groups
Is there a male change of life?
122
Male menopause

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