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

High school of champions
25
Black athletes, School athletics, Oakland (Calif.) (Education)
Blues becomes big business
34
Ray Charles, Bands (Music), Black music, Black musicians
Summit conference on race, religion
43
National Conference on Religion and Race, Blacks (Segregation)
Hawaii's top woman politician
51
Helene HALE, Black government employees, Political campaigns (Hawaii), Women (Political activities)
Myrna White scores dance success
59
Myrna WHITE
Learn to swim in twenty min
93
Jack Hall, Swimming (Study and teaching)
Impact of the Negro on the furniture market
99
Household appliances, Household furnishings, Black consumers
Harlem's antique collector
105
Mary Jane FINKLEY, Antiques, Collectors and collecting
I spied on Castro's Cuba
114
Thomas L. HENNAGAN, Aerial reconnaissance, Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962, United States (Armed Forces, Blacks)
Virtuoso on the rise
124
Andre Watts; 1946-., Gifted children

Anti-bias coffee klatsch
67
Family, Race relations
If I were young today
72
Blacks (Occupations)
Miriam Makeba
74
Miriam Makeba; 1932-., Black musicians, Blacks (Africa)
Big man in biggest building
84
Roy Kirklin Davenport; d. 1986, United States Army (Management), Black government employees
Portsmouth's police chief
144
Theodore WILBURN, Black police, Portsmouth (Ohio) (Police)
Liston's favorite menu
148
Sonny Liston; 1932-1971, Dinners
Trials of being a bachelor
154
Single men
Ex-bachelor tells girls how to get your man
158
Courtship, Women and men

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