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

A Black History Celebration: Pathfinders in Public Service
29
Black public officers
Successful Women, Angry Men
38
Married couples (Employment), Married women (Employment)
Basketball's Biggest Little Man: Spud Webb
46
Spud Webb
K.K. Karanja: Young Chess Champ on a Mission
54
Kangugi Karanja, Chess (Children)
Church Businesses Spread the Gospel of Self Help
61
Black churches, Church and social problems
Founders of the Black Press
96
Samuel E. Cornish (American clergyman, newspaper editor and reformer.); 1795-1858, John B. Russwurm (American newspaper publisher and civil rights leader.); 1799-1851, Black press (History)
A Star is Reborn
104
Clifton Davis (American actor, songwriter clergyman.)
Leading Legal Eagles
112
Gordon L. Joyner, Gail Tusan Joyner
Black Heritage Cooking
120
Cooking, Black
Lionel Richie: Superstar Copes with Crossover Problems
135
Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.)

Mike Tyson: Youngest Heavyweight Champion Ever
71
Mike Tyson; 1966-.
Ombudsman of Child Abuse
82
Frederick C. Green, National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse
A Step Forward in Black Congressional Power
87
Black congressmen
Bob Jordan: Tops in News and Health
145
Bob Jordan, Dieting, Triathlon, Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
From Ballads to Ballots
152
Jerry Butler (American soul singer.), Black musicians (Political activities), Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Behind the Scenes with Bill Cosby
160
Bill Cosby; 1937-.

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