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
30
Radio stations
JPC art collection
37
Art (Collectors and collecting), Art, Black
Distaff side of politics
48
Black women public officers
Making of black America: men, markets, money: the quest for economic security
56
Blacks (Economic conditions)
Grace Bumbry
66
Grace Bumbry; 1937-.
Inflation in the ghetto: a poor man's survival kit
116
Inflation (Finance), Blacks (Economic conditions)
Case of black and white: treatment of C. E. Gavin
126
Charles Ernest GAVIN, Justice, Administration of
Plight of black studies
128
Black studies
Envoy from tiny Togo woos big business
136
Epiphane MAWUSSI, Ambassadors, Togo
Love comes to a Jackson Five
142
Rock groups

Visit to China: Chicago students
76
Youth (Travel), Foreign visitors (China)
Farmer-librarian's bumper crop of books
85
Eddie Lovett, Private libraries
Training men for a better life
94
Blacks (Employment), Vocational education
They update the past
103
Black singers
Homemade candies
154
Candy
Annual football roundup: where are the coaches?
160
Coaches (Athletics), Football, Professional
Josephine
170
Josephine Baker (American actress, singer and dancer.); 1906-1975
Whatever happened to James L. Farmer?
178
James Farmer

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