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

Ebony's nativity
27
Ebony (Periodical)
Black power
28
Blacks (Political activities, Southern States), Reconstruction (Civil War)
Rock 'n' roll becomes respectable
48
Rock music, Singers
Twenty years of Ebony
58
Johnson Publishing Company, Inc, Ebony (Periodical)
Solicitor General
67
Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, United States Dept. of Justice
Instant hair
139
Wigs (Humor, satire, etc)
Race problem in Great Britain
146
Great Britain (Race relations)
Capsule history: 1945-65
160
Blacks (History)
New look for the Urban league
164
Whitney Moore Young; 1921-1971, National Urban League
Local leaders help cause
172
National Urban League

Inevitable questions
86
Blacks (Segregation)
Negroes in Vietnam: we, too, are Americans
89
United States (Armed Forces, Blacks, Forces in Vietnam)
Young publisher with problems
101
St. Clair Bourne (American documentary filmmaker.); 1943-2007, Peace Corps (U.S.), Journalists, Lima (Peru)
Breakthrough on the airlines
112
Black air pilots
How Israel solves its cultural lag
121
Immigrants (Israel), Israel (Social policy)
Queen of shrimpers
131
Susie BACKMAN, Shrimp fisheries
My life with Lennie
176
Lennie HAYTON
Twentieth anniversary dinner
188
Thanksgiving dinners
Twenty years of hair styling
205
Hairstyling
Men's fashions change slowly but they do change
210
Clothing and dress (Men)
Dressing through two decades
213
Fashion (History)

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