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

Terms defined
35
Integration (Term)
Which way black America? Separation? Integration? Liberation?
35
Blacks (Civil rights, Nationalism, Segregation), Race relations
Liberation
36
Separation
46
Roberts S. BROWNE
Integration
54
Roy Wilkins; 1901-1981
Humor in black and white
128
Blacks (Caricatures and cartoons)
Sister debates a brother on that black man-white woman thing
130
Interracial marriage, Race relations, Women and men
Kids will decide and more power to them
134
Black studies, Black youth, Blacks (Nationalism)
Complete integration must be the goal
138
Elizabeth Duncan Koontz; 1919-1989
Case for independent black trade unions
142
Labor unions (History, Blacks)

Dialogue on separatism
62
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Alvin Francis Poussaint (psychiatrist.); 1934-
Making of black America
70
Slavery, Blacks (History), United States (History, Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775)
Elijah Muhammad: prophet and architect of the separate nation of Islam
78
Elijah Muhammad; 1897-1975, Black Muslims
Separatism? We are separated and that's the cause of all our woes
90
Slums
Incorporation: a new tactic for saving black areas
100
Orzell BILLINGSLEY, Cities and towns (Growth), Municipal incorporation, Roosevelt City (Ala.)
Black church
106
NATIONAL Committee of Black Churchmen, Blacks (Religious life)
Toward a black theology
113
Blacks (Religious life)
Economic integration and the progress of the Negro community
118
Black capitalism, United States (Economic conditions)
Short-range separatism
123
Blacks (Economic conditions)
Neither separated nor integrated, but an open society
145
Arthur Allen Fletcher; 1924-.
Beyond the ghetto
148
Blacks (Economic conditions, Housing)
Black revolutionary power
152
Black power
Toward the black university
156
Black colleges and universities
Our ultimate goal is individual freedom
160
Edward Brooke; 1919-.
Necessity for separation
166
Julius Lester (American children's author.)
Choice is ours
172
Blacks (History)
Homemade ice cream
174
Ice cream, ices, etc

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