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

Dixie town fetes war hero
27
Lawrence JOEL, Medal of Honor, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Heroes and heroines, Blacks)
In groups of the big beat
38
Black singers
New crop of bachelors
48
Single men
Death threatens western town
60
Water supply (California), Allensworth (Calif.)
Black vote revolt in the Bahamas
68
Lynden Oscar Pindling (Sir.), Elections (Bahamas), Bahamas (Race relations)
MLK's tropic interlude
112
Martin Luther King; 1929-1968
Killing me solves nothing
121
Executions
Baseball roundup 1967: tools of ignorance
128
Baseball, Professional, Baseball players
Expo 67
140
Expo 67 (Montreal, Quebec)
Vacation guide
142
Hotels, motels, etc

Jobs for college grads
81
College graduates, Blacks (Occupations), Professionals
Federal jobs vary widely
86
Government employees
Computers aid employe hunt
92
Employees (Recruiting)
My conflict with East German reds
94
Fred MATTHEWS, Political prisoners
Washington's red carpet diplomat
104
Chester C. Carter; d. 1985
Small awakening
154
Joe KELLMAN, Better Boys Foundation, Juvenile delinquents and delinquency (Prevention)
Campers specialties
164
Outdoor meals
Tips for camping out
168
Camping
New bad guy of the movies
171
Raymond St. Jacques; 1930-1990, Motion picture production and direction

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