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

Death stalks West Africa
35
Famines (West Africa)
Twin success story: the Cooper brothers make it big
48
Bennett COOPER, Emmett Cooper, Twins
Old brawl game: R. Robinson, star in roller derby
56
Ronnie ROBINSON, Roller skating
Flying souls
64
Acrobats and acrobatism
Making of black America
72
Blacks (History)
Why Carl Stokes quit Cleveland
126
Cleveland (Ohio) (Politics and government)
Revenue-sharing: power to the people?
140
Intergovernmental tax relations
Battle among the beauties
144
Black actors and actresses
Ten best cities for blacks
152
Cities and towns, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Fun and action toys
162
Toys

Money, merchants, markets: the quest for economic security
72
Blacks (Economic conditions, History)
My last will and testament
84
Blacks
Mayor who kept his promises
94
Howard Nathaniel LEE, Chapel Hill (N.C.) (Politics and government)
Al Green: apostle of love and happiness
104
Al Green (American gospel singer and clergyman.); 1946-, Black music
Acupuncture goes west
116
Frederick Douglass LEWIS, Acupuncture
Gumbos: hearty soups are Creole dishes
176
Cooking, American, Soups
Weaker sex? My foot
182
Football, Professional, Football players
Coed cons
192
Prisoners, Prisons (Texas)
Black-on-black crime
200
Blacks (Crime)
Whatever happened to Peg Leg Bates?
202
Clayton BATES

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