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
25
Simeon Booker (American journalist.)
Washington notebook
30
Blacks (Southern States)
Stresses and strains on black women
33
Black women, Stress
OIC: tutor of the unemployed
43
Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America
Salt pork and collard greens TV show: Good times
50
Television broadcasting (Black programs), Television program reviews
Bill of wrongs at Attica prison
104
Prisons (New York (State))
Where talent abounds
106
Arthur Mitchell (American ballet dancer and choreographer.); 1934-, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Dance schools
Completing the agenda of Dr King
116
Operation PUSH, Blacks (Employment)
Black women on Capitol hill
122
Black women public officers
Cherry festival
128
Cooking (Fruit)

Bachelors for 1974
54
Single men
Saga of Jimmy Winkfield
64
Jimmy Winkfield (American jockey.); 1882-1974
First lady of talent booking: R. Bowen of Queen booking corp
73
Ruth Bowen; 1930-., Theatrical agents
Adoption controversy: blacks who grew up in white homes
84
Adoption and adopted children
Amazing grace of an old man
96
Hilliard M. MCMOORE, Centenarians
Wedding gowns for the June bride
134
Wedding clothes
For better police protection
140
Police (Public relations)
Annual baseball roundup: where are the catchers?
142
Baseball players
Redd Foxx
154
Redd Foxx

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