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

Washington notebook
26
Eugene COLE, United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
Sammy Davis, Jr
33
Sammy Davis (Jr.)
Walt Frazier
46
Walt Frazier; 1945-.
Joe Dorgan's strange last will
57
Joseph M. DORGAN, Blacks, Wills
Big game healer
64
Rosalie REED, Zoos
Delectable dishes from the peanut gallery
104
Cooking (Nuts)
Supplements for campus racism
114
Colleges and universities (Race relations), Black students
Black family: a proud reappraisal
118
Blacks (Social conditions)
Lady Sara of Guyana
128
Sara Lou Harris Carter (Lady.)
Bitter with the sweet
144
Social security, Blacks (Economic conditions)

Crusader for justice: Judge D. J. Keith of the Detroit-based U.S. district court
72
Damon Jerome KEITH, Courts
Our man at GM.
84
Abraham Sylvester VENABLE, General Motors Corp
Legacy of Phillis Wheatley
94
Phillis Wheatley (American poet.); 1753-1784, Black poetry
Kind of world I want for my child
146
Moral education, Blacks
LBJ and civil rights
154
Lyndon Baines Johnson (American president.); 1908-1973, BlacksCivil rights
Whatever happened to Cool Papa Bell?
162
Cool Papa Bell; 1903-1991

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