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

Backstage: winner of Publisher of the year award
32
John H. Johnson, Magazine Publishers Association
Black politics at the crossroads
37
Blacks (Political activities), Presidential campaigns (1972)
Woman lawmakers on the move
48
Congresswomen
What I learned from black Americans
59
Race discrimination, Foreign visitors (United States)
Income and welfare in the black community
64
Blacks (Economic conditions)
Small WAVE washes away naval tradition
124
Evangeline BAILEY, Bands (Music)
Next year is going to be different
132
Baseball, Professional
New rules for the marriage game?
145
Marriage
Tragedy at Beecher high
154
Paul L. CABELL (Jr.), Race relations, Suicide, Flint (Mich.) (Education)
After the tumult
164
Blacks (Political activities)

Report
72
His brother's keeper
Growing up in the South: movie Sounder
82
Blacks in motion pictures, Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Is the black public college dying?
92
Black colleges and universities
Veterans who never came home: Spanish-American war soldiers in the Philippines
104
Black veterans
Nation's number one fire fighter
116
Robert O. LOWERY, New York (N.Y.) (Firefighters)
Coast to coast comeback
174
Esther Phillips
Splendid stews
182
Stew
Importance of being Dick Allen
192
Dick Allen
Whatever happened to Scatman Crothers?
202
Scatman Crothers; 1910-1986

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