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

African scion takes a bride
25
Christiane Houphouet-Boigny, Guillaume HOUPHOUET-BOIGNY, Weddings
CORE: wild child of civil rights
35
James Farmer, Congress of Racial Equality
Epic of Ashton Jones
45
Ashton Bryan JONES, Civil rights workers
Pro football stars from Negro colleges
57
Football players
Trials of an interracial couple
66
Wright family, Housing (Desegregation), Interracial marriage, Race discrimination, East Meadow (N.Y.)
Little people: tiny minority with big problems
104
Little People of America, Inc, Dwarfs
This would never have happened, police action ignites fiery L.A. riot
114
Los Angeles (Calif.) (Police, Riots)
Military foreign language factory
126
Defense Language Institute (U.S.)
Who killed Malcolm X?
135
Malcolm X; 1925-1965 (Assassination)
Untampered look
144
Hairstyling

1965 Olympics for the deaf
76
International Games for the Deaf
My daughter, the policeman
82
Everene Johnson, Black police, Policewomen
New boost for pediatric research
93
Children (Hospitals), Medical research
Long, cold winter
102
Blacks (Social conditions), Race relations
Camera safari to East Africa
148
Wildlife (East Africa)
Variety of homemade breads
156
Bread
Doctor gets call, to mayor's chair
171
S. F. MONESTIME, Black municipal officers

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