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

Negro youth in America
21
Black youth, Blacks
Viet Nam: every youth must face the fact of involvement: with report on Ulysses C. Kendall
23
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Blacks)
I'll never escape the ghetto
30
Stanley SANDERS
Search for identity
39
Blacks (Nationalism)
Little girl, big burden
44
Deborah STAPLES, Blacks (Social conditions)
How the white problem spawned black power
88
Civil rights workers, Blacks (Nationalism), Race relations
Gang phenomenon: big city headache
96
Gangs
Opportunity please knock
104
Oscar Brown (American lawyer and civil rights activist.), Theater, Amateur, Black entertainers
Negro youth in the now generation
110
Donald R. Hopkins
Hippies of Hashberry
116
Hippies

Ghetto schools: an educational wasteland
52
Black children, Blacks (Education)
Extent of elementary school segregation in seventy-five school systems
55
Public schools (Desegregation), Discrimination in education
Behind the black college student revolt
58
Black educators, Black students, Blacks (Education)
On cue; Iowa U. coed becomes pool star
63
Gail Allums
On cue: Iowa U. coed becomes pool star
63
Billiards, Women college students
Lonely youth in the rural South
70
Delois LONG, Henry BISHOP, Blacks (Southern States)
Apostle of economics
78
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Chicago (Ill.)Blacks, BlacksEconomic conditions, BlacksEmployment
Profile in juvenile decency
122
Ronald James
Unemployment among youth: the explosive statistic!
127
Blacks (Employment), Unemployment (Statistics)
Negro youth in sports
130
Black athletes
New surge in the arts
134
Black artists, Black authors, Black entertainers
Answer to youth's challenge
140
Student aid
Favorites with the young set
152
Sandwiches
Street academies: new way to reach the ghetto dropout
158
Dropouts, Remedial teaching, New York (N.Y.) (Education)

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