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

Whatever Happened to George Foreman?
33
George Foreman; 1949-.
A Home Away from Home
38
Noah Robinson, Albuquerque (N.M.) (Architecture)
Alive and Well, and Looking for Blacks
48
Peace Corps (U.S.)
The New Life of Former Senator Edward Brooke
58
Edward Brooke (American senator.); 1919-
The Ten Best-dressed Black Men in America
67
Black celebrities, Clothing and dress (Men)
Wig Directions
124
Wigs
The Webbs of Colorado Politics
128
Wilma J. Webb, Wellington E. Webb; 1941-., Colorado Dept. of Regulatory Agencies, Colorado General Assembly, Black legislators
Mensa: the High IQ Society
134
Mensa, Intelligence (Blacks)
Black Designers: Full and Slim Figures
140
Black fashion designers
America's Old Fashioned Favorite
148
Cooking (Meat)

An Explosive Controversy: the Mother-son Relationship in the Black Family
74
Black family, Parent-child relationship
Bishop John T. Walker: a Man of Gentle Ways But Firm Beliefs
80
John Thomas Walker, Episcopal Church (United States), Washington (D.C.) (Religion)
Women with Clout in City Government
88
Black women municipal officers
Chief of the ARCO Pipe Lines
96
Horace Burton Edwards, ARCO Pipe Line Co
Franchising: New Opportunities for Black Business
116
Franchise system, Black entrepreneurs
Diahann Carroll, Billy Dee Williams: Newest Sassy, Sexy Couple on Dynasty
155
Diahann Carroll (American singer and actress.), Billy Dee Williams (American actor.)
Dynasty
155
Dynasty (Television program) (Reviews)
Alvin Ailey at the Met
164
Alvin Ailey, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
The 1984 Olympics: a Harvest of Black Gold
172
Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Lifestyle: Young, Single and Living in Dallas
182
Faye R. Dozier, Black secretaries, Dallas (Tex.) (Blacks)

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