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

New hope for Harlem's bright youth
27
Gifted high school students, Blacks (Education), Private schools, Scholarships and fellowships, New York (N.Y.) (Education)
Surinam's language of the hat
36
Clothing and dress (Suriname), Hats
High altitude, low opening
40
Parachuting
Comedown for a king
49
Mutesa II (King of Buganda); 1924-1969
Swimming makes a splash at Morehouse
56
Morehouse College, Swimming
Mildred Harrison's Viet Nam ordeal
88
Mildred HARRISON, Americans (Vietnam), Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Prisoners and prisons)
Negro humor: an answer to anguish
99
Black comedians, Humor, Black
Maestro on the rise
112
Henry Lewis; 1932-1996, Conductors (Music)
New look in southern sheriffs
120
Lucius Amerson; 1934-1994, Sheriffs, Macon County (Ala.)
Bigtime golf: Pete Brown hurls his challenge
130
Pete BROWN, Golfers

Lefties, a maligned minority
63
Left- and right-handedness
Letter power
72
Lobbyists and lobbying
Veep lives his convictions
75
Hubert Horatio Humphrey; 1911-1978, Washington (D.C.) (Housing)
Why I married an Australian
140
Leslie Uggams; 1943-.
Elegant ways with eggs
156
Cooking (Eggs)

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