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

Washington notebook
24
Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, United States Supreme Court
Priest's struggle to adopt a child
31
George CLEMENTS, Adoption and adopted children, Church and race relations (South Africa), Chicago (Ill.) (Religion)
Herpes simplex II: incurable venereal disease epidemic threatens blacks of all classes
41
Blacks (Health and hygiene), Herpesviruses
Breakthrough in baseball: for the first time in history, two major league teams will field black managers
46
Frank Robinson, Maury Wills
Woman who runs California prisons
56
Ruth L. RUSHEN, California Dept. of Corrections, Prison administration
Two Tons
102
Two Tons (Musical group)
Atlanta Life turns 75
108
Atlanta Life Insurance Company
Memphis
120
Memphis (Tenn.) (Blacks, Description and travel)
Salute to the champ Joe Louis
132
Joe Louis; 1914-1981
Sammy's kitchen
140
Sammy Davis (Jr.)

Bachelors for 1981
64
Single men
Living with pain
75
Blacks (Health and hygiene), Pain
Rising tennis stars
82
Leslie ALLEN, Yannick Noah
How con men swindle women out of their money
147
Black women (Crimes against), Fraud, Women and men
Ebony interview with the Rev. Jesse Jackson
154
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-

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