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

Happy homes for foster children
29
Foster home care, Black children
Cash for college careers
40
Student aid, Blacks (Education)
Partial list of available scholarships
42
Scholarships and fellowships
Merit exam tests reasoning
44
National Merit Scholarship Program
Baha'f: a way of life for millions
48
Bahai Faith
Surfing
109
Frank EDWARDS, Surfing
Job consultant for big business
115
Richard CLARKE, Employment agencies, Blacks (Employment)
Life and death of Nat King Cole
123
Nat King Cole; 1919?-1965
Africa's golden past
136
Sheba (Queen of.)
Seasoned skier shows them how
148
Kert SAMPLES, Skiing

Many thousand gone
57
Great society bows in
66
Lyndon Baines Johnson; 1908-1973, Inaugurations
No time for tears
75
Delbert Patterson (family), Handicapped children
Hoop ace of Evansville
84
Lawrence HUMES, Basketball players
Woman fills man-size union job
91
Lillian Roberts, Black women, Labor unions (Officials)
James Earl Jones, actor still climbing
98
James Earl Jones
Violence versus non-violence
168
Martin Luther King; 1929-1968, Malcolm X; 1925-1965, Civil rights demonstrations
Mad. mad world of coifs
171
Hairstyling
Luncheon for the girls
182
Luncheons
States boast record number of Negro lawmakers
191
Black legislators
Nothing but a man
198
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

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