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

Two Innocents who Suffered on Death Row
29
Wilbert Lee, Freddie Pitts, Criminal justice, Administration of (Florida), Miscarriage of justice
Leona Mitchell: an All-American Opera Star
37
Leona Mitchell
Has Gov. George Wallace Really Changed?
44
George Corley Wallace; 1919-1998, Alabama (Race relations)
Dianne Durham: Going for the Gold in '84 Olympics
52
Dianne Durham, Gymnastics (Women, Competitions)
Cheap Chic
58
Thrift, Blacks (Economic conditions)
The Man who Has Lived Ten Years with Someone Else's Heart
90
Arthur Gay, Heart (Transplantation)
Twins Find Mother After 34 Years
95
Jim Gill, John Gill, Adoption and adopted children, Twins
Man of God and Gun
102
Robert Ingram, Black police chiefs, Opa-Locka (Fla.) (Police)
Chocolate Temptations
108
Cooking (Chocolate)
Gifted Children: how to Recognize Them and Help Them Reach Their Potential
123
Black gifted children (Education)

50 Young Leaders of the Future
65
Black leadership, Black youth
Neurosurgery
72
M. Deborah Hyde-Rowan, Alexa Canady; 1950-., Neurosurgery, Black women surgeons
Ants in Space
83
Black students, Space sciences (Study and teaching, Projects), Space shuttle missions, Ants
Chronicles of Black Courage
131
Robert Russa Moton (educator.), Blacks (History, Alabama), Black physicians (Employment), Veterans (Hospitals)
The Runningest, Jumpingest Athlete in the World
139
Carl Lewis (American sprinter and long jumper.); 1961-, Track and field athletics, Long jumping
The Best of Fall
146
Black hairstyling, Makeup

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