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

Triumphant Freedom Riders Return to Mississippi
17
Civil rights demonstrations, Mississippi (Race relations)
Blacks and the 1991 TV Season
25
Television programs (Black programs), Blacks in television
Redd Foxx Returns in New TV Show
28
Redd Foxx (American comedian.)
The Royal Family
28
Royal family (Television program) (Reviews)
How to Manage Your Money in a Recession
34
Business recession, Blacks (Economic conditions)
First Ladies of Rap
58
Women rap musicians
Introducing: Andrew C. Barrett: FCC Commissioner
64
Andrew Barrett, United States Federal Communications Commission
Carefree Cakes for Fall
80
Cake
Campus Styles '91
88
Clothing and dress (Students), Black college students
What's Behind the Black-on-black Violence at Movie Theaters
98
Black on black crime, Gangs, Motion picture theaters (Crowd control), Violence in motion pictures, Riots

Great Olympic Moments
40
Jesse Owens; 1913-1980, Olympic Games, 1936 (Berlin, Germany)
How They Were Discovered
42
Black celebrities
Second Generation of Talent and Beauty
52
Children of celebrities, Black celebrities' families
How to Survive the New Racism
106
Blacks (Civil rights), United States (Race relations)
The Untold Story of Natalie Cole's Comeback Tribute to Her Father, Nat King Cole
112
Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole; 1919?-1965
Like Father, Like Son
126
Hal McRae; 1945-., Brian McRae; 1967-.

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