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

Black politics at the crossroads
31
Julian Bond, Political conventions
Awakening of black nun power
44
Black nuns, Religious conferences
Nun urges backing ghetto
48
Martin de Porres (Sister.)
For love of Ivy
52
Abbey Lincoln, Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Teen-ager takes close look at national politics
60
Gail MCHENRY, Democratic national conventions
Soulin' with wicked Pickett
130
Wilson Pickett; 1941-.
Catfish, down home delicacy becomes big business
140
Catfish, Fish culture
Case against Styron's Nat Turner
148
William Styron (American novelist.); 1925-2006, Nat Turner (American rebel and slave.); 1800?-1831, Southampton Insurrection, 1831
Old vet, new rookie
159
Willie DAVIS
Artisan doing well in the machine age
168
Upholstery

Resurrection city
65
Poor People's March on Washington, 1968
Psychotherapy for Houston police
76
Police psychology, Police (Public relations), Houston (Tex.) (Police)
Africa's youngest ambassador
84
Rupiah B. BANDA
Jewelry genius becomes a veep
92
Bill SMITH, Jewelry
Do-gooder with a record
121
Petey GREENE, Ex-convicts (Rehabilitation)
Important black vote
176
Blacks (Political activities)
Good samaritan in Vietnam
179
Red Cross, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Relief work)
Olympic trials
186
Black athletes, Olympic athletes, Olympic Games, 1968 (Mexico City, Mexico)
Autumn cornucopia of nuts
196
Cooking (Nuts)
Poet in motion
210
Arthur Mitchell (American ballet dancer and choreographer.); 1934-

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