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
John H. Johnson
Hank Aaron nobody knows
31
Hank Aaron; 1934-.
Guinea-Bissau: the struggle goes on
42
Guerrillas (Guinea-Bissau), Guinea-Bissau
Uptown Saturday night
52
Motion picture reviews (Single works), Blacks in motion pictures
Fabricated body
58
Prosthesis
On black genetic inferiority
104
William Shockley, Intelligence (Blacks), Blacks (Race identity)
Pursuit of excellence
106
Black youth, Success
Offshore oil well boss
108
Joseph L. THOMAS, Offshore oil well drilling
It's twins again! M. L. Morris, mother of 13 beats the odds
114
Twins
Blacks and Jews: an appeal for unity
120
Civil rights, Jews and blacks

Sermons in wood
67
Elijah Pierce; 1892-1984, Wood carving
Super summer salads
84
Salads
Rise of cancer in black men
92
Cancer, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Black elected officials' choices for U.S. president
132
Ebony (Periodical), Black public officers, Presidential candidates
Whatever happened to Maxine Sullivan?
138
Maxine Sullivan; 1911-1987

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