Ebony

Front Cover
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.
  

Browse all issues

Contents

Robert F. Kennedy and the Negro
29
Robert F. Kennedy; 1925-1968
Gwendolyn Brooks: poet laureate
48
Gwendolyn Brooks (American poet.)
My last letter to Martin
58
Martin Luther King; 1929-1968 (Eulogies)
Happy ending
63
Kazuko KITAYAMA, Interracial marriage
His teammates call him Rembrandt
70
Curt Flood; 1938-1997
White collegians tackle white racism
99
Carleton College (Northfield, Minn.), Race relations
Another man's done gone
106
Violence
Cotillion with a cause; young people reaffirm faith
108
African Methodist Episcopal Church, Black youth
Boy co-star scores hit in Cowboy in Africa
117
Gerald EDWARDS, Black children as actors and actresses
Lena at fifty-one
124
Lena Horne

Seventy-three and still prepared
77
Paul A. STEWART, Boy Scouts of America
Crispus Attucks
84
Crispus Attucks; d. 1770, Boston Massacre, 1770
Tally ho and away he goes after the fox
90
Arthur Emanuel JOSEPH, Fox hunting
Stokely takes a bride
137
Kwame Ture; 1941-1998, Miriam Makeba; 1932-.
Coolers with a kick
144
Cocktails
Ghetto: new challenge for the Urban league
160
National Urban League

Common terms and phrases