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

First generation
31
Slavery
Birth of black America
31
Blacks (History)
Blind students conquer Mt Kilimanjaro
44
Outward Bound Inc, Mountaineering, Blind (Sports), Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)
Jack Johnson is alive and well on Broadway
54
Jack JOHNSON, Theater (Production and direction)
Fifty eligible bachelors
62
Single men
Black athlete in the golden age of sports
114
Golfers, Baseball players
Thomas Bradley, rising political star in the West
126
Los Angeles (Calif.) (Blacks, Politics and government)
Ageless Ernie, keeper of a dream
136
Ernie Banks; 1931-.
Annual baseball roundup
136
Baseball, Professional
Pulitzer prize winner
147
Moneta Sleet (American photojournalist.); 1926-1996

Progress: Africa's untold story
74
Blacks (Africa), Africa (Economic conditions, Politics and government)
Paula adds zip to Sweet Charity
86
Paula Kelly, Motion picture production and direction
Teen scientist
96
Bracie WATSON (Jr.), Gifted college students, Black students
Cop teen-agers dig
106
Policewomen, Rochester (N.Y.) (Blacks, Police)
Sun 'n' fun spots on the Gulf coast
148
Vacations, Gulf States (U.S.) (Description and travel)
No vacation for the responsible
158
Colleges and universities (Administration), Student protests, demonstrations, etc
Dinners for two
160
Dinners
Legacy of my husband, Malcolm X.
172
Malcolm X; 1925-1965, Black youth, Race relations

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